Pyle PDC21 1/4-Inch Instrument to Balanced & Unbalanced Direct Box .25-Inch -XLR (4 Pack)

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SKU: 4 x PDC21
Brand: Pyle
Condition: New
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The PYLE PDC21 1/4" Instrument to Balanced & Unbalanced Direct Box is a necessity if you are looking for the higest quality of sound, with low distortion, noise, and eliminate ground loops. A DI unit, DI box, Direct Box, Direct Input, Direct Injection or simply DI is an electronic device that connects a high impedance, line level, unbalanced output signal to a low impedance mic level balanced input, usually via XLR connector.

DIs are frequently used to connect an electric guitar or electric bass to a mixing console's microphone input. The DI performs level matching, balancing, and either active buffering or passive impedance bridging to minimise noise, distortion, and ground loops. DIs do not perform impedance matching. The DC-21 Is One of The Most Useful and Versatile Tools Available Indispensable in Enabling Easy Interfacing and Connection Between Various Audio Gear in Numerous Applications.

For the clearest sound, use the PYLE PDC21 1/4" Instrument to Balanced & Unbalanced Direct Box!

  • NEW PYLE PDC21 1/4" Instrument to Balanced & Unbalanced Direct Box (Pair)
  • Construction: All Steel Chassis
  • Ground Lift: Switch-Able Ground Lift
  • Balanced Output: 600 Balanced XLR Jack
  • Instrument Input: 50K Unbalanced TS Jack
  • Parallel (Link) Out: 50K Unbalanced TS Jack
  • Input Attenuation: Switch-Able (0db, -20db,-40db)
  • Dimension: 4.72'' X 3.01'' X 1.77''
  • Weight: 1 Lb.
  • Condition: BRAND NEW!
  • Part Number: PDC21
  • Warranty: 2 years (1 Year Manufacturer + 1 Year VMInnovations Warranty)
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