Vörunúmer BEHR-DI10A

Klark Tecnik DI10A DI box acti

Vörunúmer BEHR-DI10A
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Building on KLARK TEKNIK’s storied legacy of highest-quality direct injection devices, the DI 10A PRO DI ACTIVE offers the same high headroom, dynamic response and sonic clarity you have come to expect. DI 10A is ideal for interfacing keyboards, samplers and other electronic musical instruments to mixing consoles, and faithfully reproduces the character of electric and acoustic instruments, allowing far more of the detail of musical performances to be captured. The DI 10A is powered by +48 V phantom power with a 9 V battery backup, which automatically allows the device to function should phantom power fail, or be unavailable. Equipped with a switchable input attenuator, DI 10A easily accommodates instruments, line, and even loudspeaker level signals – and thanks to its extremely low noise input circuit topology (-112 dBu), DI 10A provides extended dynamic range, making it the perfect choice for professional audio and multimedia applications.

Klark Tecnik DI10A DI box acti
Klark Tecnik DI10A DI box acti
  • Active DI Box for general purpose and multimedia applications
  • Custom-built Midas transformer for highest signal integrity
  • High headroom design offers superior sound quality
  • Powered from console +48 V phantom or internal battery (not included)
  • Automatic switchover to battery if phantom power fails
  • Matches the level and impedance with unity gain without loading the source
  • Switchable input attenuation for guitar, line and speaker levels
  • High quality Neutrik* XLR and high impedance 1/4” TRS connectors
  • Earth Lift switch eliminates ground loop problems
  • Fully transformer-isolated design ensures electrical separation
  • Ultra-low noise and ultra-linear system for highest signal integrity
  • Aluminium extrusion casing with protective rubber corners
  • Compact and rugged design
  • 10-Year Warranty Program*
  • Designed and engineered in the U.K.
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