• 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
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.
Typical ProDI / ProD2 Applications:
• Active acoustic guitars, bass guitars
• Electric pianos, synthesizers
• Drum machines, samplers
• DJ mixers, CD, DVD and Mp3 players
• Really easy to use
• Passive - no batteries or psu required
• Isolated to get rid of buzz and hum
• Built like a tank
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All products sold by Radial come with a 1-year limited warranty that is detailed in the product's specific owner's manual. This limited warranty protects you against defects in workmanship. The warranty does not cover any consequential or inconsequential damage or any losses.
Some Radial products come with a 3-Year Transferable Warranty. This means that if you buy the product and decide to sell it, the warranty can be transferred to the person that buys it from you, thus providing continuous warranty support and added value. This Transferable Warranty follows the same procedures and limitations outlined in the Standard Warranty. This means that if you sell the product, you must provide the buyer with a copy of your original invoice so that he, in turn, may be able to submit this should a warranty claim be required.