Instrument signal splitting before the stage amps to send a
signal to the mix console.
Attenuation selectable signal conversion between 1/4" TS
unbalanced Hi Z signals and XLR balanced Low Z signals.
Typically this item is used with keyboards
is a real handy item for keyboard players that need to send a couple
of signals to the mix board.It is equipped with two ¼” jacks for put-throughs and one
XLR jack for the send to the board on each of the two channels.Also there are separate ground lift switches and –0dB,
-20dB, and –40dB attenuators for each channel.Since it is passive, there is no need for batteries, a power
adaptor, or phantom power.Of course with a passive D.I. box, there is a small amount of
signal loss with the split, but it is minimal, and the electronics
are clean.The box is all steel but of fairly light gauge, so it won’t
take outrageous abuse.There’s four little rubber feet on the bottom to keep it
from sliding around or marring a slick surface.
¼” TS phone plug, 50K ohm
1)¼” TS phone plug, 50K ohm to stage amp
2)Balanced XLR (M) 600 ohm to mix console
lift rocker selector switch: On/Off each ch.