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Radial ProDI
Radial ProDI
 
List Price: $115.00
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Product Code: 1823

 

Radial ProDI Passive Transformer Equipped Direct Box

Radial ProDI Passive Transformer Equipped Direct Box - high-quality, full-range passive direct boxes equipped with custom made audio transformers for exceptional signal handling!

Radial ProDI Details
The Radial ProDI's are high-quality, full-range passive direct boxes equipped with custom made audio transformers for exceptional signal handling without saturation and with extremely low phase distortion in the critical bass and mid regions. The result is exceptional clarity and definition at an attractive price point. Ultra-compact and made of 14 gauge steel, both ProDI models feature internal I-beam construction with a 'book-end' outer shell for extreme durability in the most demanding environments. Available in single-channel (ProDI) or dual-channel (ProD2) stereo, these exceptional direct boxes offer performance superior to any other DI's in their price range and are ideally suited for use with acoustic guitar, bass and keyboards.

 

Radial ProDI Features

  • Full range passive direct boxes
  • Isolation transformer eliminates noise
  • Very low harmonic and phase distortion
  • Compact and rugged design
  • Ideal for live sound and studio
  • Mono (ProDI) or stereo (ProD2) models

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Radial ProDI direct box May 6, 2011
Reviewer: Matt Lawson from Chapin, SC United States  
The Radial ProDI has a great full range and is very clean. We are using it for live sound on bass and acoustic guitars with only a tuner/bybass pedal. Sound from both instruments are full and clear.

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Rock solid! June 28, 2010
Reviewer: Stephen Trageser from Murfreesboro, TN United States  
Clean and solid performer. No special features, but nothing to break, either! Used it on stage and in the studio without a hiccough. Built like a tank (kinda looks like one, too).

The XLR connection is a little tight on my particular unit, but it's not a bad thing, especially for on-stage use!

I've even used it as a poor-man's Reamp using a 1/4"-XLRF cable; no attenuation, so you've got to turn your output way down and/or go into a stepped-down amp input, but it worked fine.

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