On Stage DB1100 Active Direct Box with Stereo to Mono Summing

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Oakland, NJ, United States
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Keep the integrity of your signal from your keyboard or any instrument when you plug into a mixing board or recording console. The DB1100 Active Direct Box transforms any high-impedance source into a low-impedance (XLR) signal ready to be sent long distances. Its active design features isolated inputs, a 15dB pad switch, ground lift switch, low cut switch, and polarity switch. The DB1100 also features a Merge function, allowing a left/right stereo signal to be input through the In and Thru jacks, thus outputting a summed mono signal. Great for any device or instrument, especially keyboards.

On Stage DB1100 Active Direct Box Features
  • Phantom Powered – No batteries or adapters needed
  • Merge switch (Stereo-to-Mono Summing)
  • Ground lift switch
  • 15dB pad switch
  • Ground lift switch
  • Polarity switch
  • Low cut switch
  • Rugged metal construction


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