KATANA-AIR and KATANA-AIR EX support only vibration detection and does not turn on the power by detecting audio signal.
If the power is on, and no vibrations are detected for a certain length of time, the unit automatically enters standby mode.
If the transmitter plugged into a guitar detects vibrations while both the amplifier and transmitter are in standby mode, they automatically turn on (wake-up on). If you connect the transmitter to a fixed device, such as an effects unit, you need to apply vibration to switch the transmitter ON from standby mode.
- It is not possible to deactivate the automatic switching to standby mode.
- For more information on the detection conditions that trigger WL-T compatible products to go into standby mode, see the related Q&A "KATANA-AIR: Can the transmitter (WL-T) be commonly used for the WL-series and WAZA-AIR?".