Radial Pro D2 Passive Stereo Direct Box
There are direct boxes, and then there's the Radial Pro D2 direct box. With two channels, this rugged DI is perfect for keyboards or other stereo sources.
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Overall User Ratings (based on 2 ratings)
Submitted December 14, 2017 by Reginald H. M in Culver City, CA
"WOW- what was I missing!"
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Received the device today. What a difference in sound quality! So clear! Am using the box on a Casio PX-560 and into a Behringer 1832 USB. Sound was great before- BUT now it sounds so much better. Am extremely pleased to say the least. And the potential for "hum" and ground loops is over. I did not have to anything other than set up the box with cables and bring up the sound. PERFECT! If your a keyboard player you have to try this device out. Plus it's built like a tank, high quality!
Play professionally, playing since 1964
Old rock, country, R&B, Standards, Boogie Woogie, just about everything.
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Submitted June 2, 2007 by a customer from descentintomadness.com
"Two wonderful DIs in one package!!!"
Price definitely affects quality in this case - for $125 you get two separate DIs bundled in one package. Great for sessions where you need to plug many performers as it reduces clutter. The transformers on this DI are definitely in a class of their own, nothing compares to them in this price range.
Probably one of the cleanest and most balanced sounding DI boxes on the market times two!
It has all the standard features of a professional DI box.
Ease of Use
Simply plug and play although compared to single mono DI box one has to be careful to plug the correct input and output.
Built like a tank. Compared to my other studio direct boxes (Groove Tubes PDI) this one is three times as heavy/rugged and the components are top grade as it is less noisy and more transparent.
A bit overpriced in my opinion, considering that standard DI boxes cost about 50% less than this one, pricey but one has to pay for high quality I guess :)
Haven't had to deal with them and by the looks of the unit's sturdiness most likely never will.
The Wow Factor
I'll get this one again if it were stolen.
Recording Engineer, Guitarist
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