The CARL MARTIN Noise Terminator is a 9V-batterypowered pedal designed to preserve the original tonal characteristics while removing unwanted noise that occurs when multiple effects are used.

The CARL MARTIN Noise Terminator surpasses the performance of conventional noise gates by allowing the player to switch between two threshold settings: Soft – with less noisy equipment: Hard – when more radical settings are required.

The remote jack allows you to connect the Noise Terminator to an external midi switching system, which allows the player to go between the soft and hard settings with ease.
The CARL MARTIN Noise Terminator features an AC adapter jack.


Power Requirements

Battery: The Noise Terminator requires a 9V battery. To replace the battery, carefully remove the back panel by loosening and removing the 4 screws, install the new battery and then re-install the back panel.
Power consumption: max. 12 mA
Power supply: 9 V DC (regulated), 50 mA minimum, 2.1 mm female plug, center negative (-)
ATTENTION: Please Use DC Power Supply Only!
Failure to do so may damage the unit and void the warranty


Input20K Ohm
Output50 Ohm
S/N Ratio87dB
Frequency range20hZ-20kHz
Dimensions120 (W) x 95 (D) x 56 (H) mm
4.72” (W) x 3.74” (D) x 2.2” (H)
Weight350g / 0,78lbs

Warranty: Carl Martin Research warrants the manufacturing, material and proper operation for a period of one year from date of purchase. Carl Martin will replace defective parts, make necessary repairs or replace the unit at the discression of our technicians. The warranty applies only to the original purchaser of this product, and excludes any damage or faulty operation resulting from misuse, neglect or unauthorized service.

HandMade in Denmark
East Sound Research Raadmandsvej 24 8500 Grenaa Denmark Phone: +4586325100

Note: This User's Manual is adapted from the official manual created by Carl Martin in PDF format, without modification of the content. We just rewrite the PDF, into responsive mobile friendly pages.So, you can read this document anytime and anywhere.

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