Overview

The Radial USB-Pro stereo laptop DI is a high-resolution direct box with onboard USB D/A converter to properly interface your Mac or Windows laptop to pro mixers and live sound gear. Simply connect the USB port of your computer to the USB input on the USB-Pro, then take the balanced XLR outputs into the mixer or powered loudspeakers while adjusting the level to taste.

Product Specs

Brand
Model
  • USB-Pro
Finish
  • Black
Year
  • 2010s
Categories

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Reviews for the Radial USB-Pro Stereo Laptop DI Box
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  • Perfect for DJ applications

    Verified Purchase

    This is a way of going from USB to XLR or from the laptop to the mixer. I love it!! The sound quality of head and shoulders better than the 1/8" headphone out. The connection is much more stable and roadworthy....I highly recommend the Radial USB Pro.

  • Does not work with an iPad (iOS)

    Verified Purchase

    I purchased this very specific to be used for my iPad as a simple high quality output to another daw interface. To be fair it is windows compatible. But this is not what I needed it for as I have a BabyFace Pro to my PC Daw. It does show up as an audio device inside the iPad when properly powere…

  • Verified Purchase

    Great DI's so far. I've used them on dozens of corporate shows so far, they've been flawless. I guess my only beef with it is I can't plug my phone into it, but that's it.

  • Radial USB Pro DI box

    Verified Purchase

    I tested the unit by connecting it to a PC laptop and played sound files on the stock windows media player. I connected the DI via xlr cable to a Yamaha DXR15 powered speaker. connection was simple and after I selected the USB Pro as the playback device the music played through smooth and full. Ther…

More Information

Any humming or buzzing can be squashed with ease -- just engage the isolation transformers for the outputs using the recessed switches on the side of the box. Engage the mono sum switch to check mono compatibility, or to go into single input/single speaker mono rigs while you monitor the feed using the onboard headphone amp.