PHANTOM POWERED DIRECT INJECT BOX
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DI02 is a compact, phantom powered direct-inject (DI) box, that provides the impedance- and level-matching required when a high-impedance music instrument signal must be connected to a mixing-console's microphone input.
DI02's high impedance input - brought out on two paralleled ¼" jack connectors for easy line signal linking - and its symmetrical, low impedance output, insure that almost any high-impedance signal can be tapped and fed to a long microphone line without loss of signal quality.
To allow a wide input level range, the DI02 is equipped with a 2-position gain switch.
Generally the -20 dB position is used, allowing signals of up to 30 dBu to be fed into a microphone input accepting a 0 dBu input signal, but some low level signals may require use of the 0 dB position, where the output noise from the DI02 is below that of most microphone inputs'.
DI02's 2.5 mm rectangular aluminum enclosure guarantees a long life on stage and allows easy packing of any number of units for transportation.
|Pad = -20 dB||Pad = 0 dB|
|Input impedance||470 KΩ|
|Max. input level||34 dBu||14 dBu|
|Voltage gain||-30 dB||-10 dB|
|Output impedance||200 Ω|
|Frequency range||7 Hz - 28 KHz||7 Hz - 120 KHz|
|THD+N (0 dBu, 1 KHz output)||0.002 %|
|THD+N (0 dBu, 20 Hz - 20 KHz output)||< 0.1 %|
|IMD (0 dBu, 60 Hz / 7 kHz output)||0.002 %|
|Output noise (22 Hz - 22 kHz RMS, Rs = 0)||-113 dBu||-122 dBu|
|Output noise (22 Hz - 22 kHz RMS, Rs = 10 KΩ)||-113 dBu
|Input / link jack type||¼" normal jack|
|Input / link jack connections(Sleeve, ring, tip)||Gnd, Gnd, High|
|Output 3-pole XLR connections (pin 1, pin 2, pin 3)||Gnd, High, Low|
|Size, weight||42 mm / 60 mm / 110 mm, 270 g|
All specifications subject to change without prior notice.
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