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  • OliviercoolOliviercool

    Alto Professional DI-4Published on 01/22/06 at 03:37
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    This is a rack containing four "beasts" to live, so for 4 channels. This is mainly symtriser the signal lines in order to send the mixer signal breathless. It is absolutely essential for any electronic instruments and studio on scne sitt there is some distance (more than 5 meters) between the said instruments and the mixing desk. It is also essential for electric guitars, electric basses, etc. unless they are made by dynamic microphones placed in front of their amps. There is everything you need for this use as connectors: one between assymtrique XR, a jack between assymtrique, 1 output jack "Link" (for bass amp, guitar or other electric system I monitoring), an XLR output and a saw-symtriq…
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    This is a rack containing four "beasts" to live, so for 4 channels. This is mainly symtriser the signal lines in order to send the mixer signal breathless. It is absolutely essential for any electronic instruments and studio on scne sitt there is some distance (more than 5 meters) between the said instruments and the mixing desk. It is also essential for electric guitars, electric basses, etc. unless they are made by dynamic microphones placed in front of their amps. There is everything you need for this use as connectors: one between assymtrique XR, a jack between assymtrique, 1 output jack "Link" (for bass amp, guitar or other electric system I monitoring), an XLR output and a saw-symtrique nitre a sensitivity of - 24 dB per channel.

    UTILIZATION

    All connections are the rear of the rack: the front, there are only buttons rglage and VU meters, it is a Premire ^ ^ c ' is very practical. The rack itself is very simple to use. No need for instructions. For some know how to use a DI box, empty.

    SOUND QUALITY

    It is the only down injured and I t's. Well, the quality of the sound itself is good but rev-cons, there is a big problem of crosstalk. Indeed, it entand on the other channels that pass the signals in channels utiliss. Example: I use channels 1 and 2 and j'entand a little sound on channels 3 and 4 non utiliss, especially when the rglage "+20 dB" is used. Well, if c'tait low, I would not say anything, but it is sufficiently strong for the visible evidence on the VU meters Intgr! Between - 24 and - 18 dB! ;-((((

    OVERALL OPINION

    I purchased new with the boards off a few days ago (2 pices) and nothing that was due, I will ask the seller IMMEDIATE give me instead of other mod of the same cathgorie price. Behringer Ultra DI 2 as DI Pro 4000, for example. The latter also has the same problem but almost three times lower: it did not see on their VU meters, at least (though), yet sensitivity of the same ^ ^

    It's a shame because it is a rvolution the practical point of view to have all the connections the rear of the unit (and have all rglages front) when 'They are used in studio, we are no longer gn by cables. I was looking for he had not so long. I know of no other competition in all price cathgories understood that all the rear connections and perhaps for this reason that I know in studio use anyway. But for me, the quality of the sound comes before the ct practice: the Behringer DI 4000 that have the same problem but are three times lower limit of the accptable cons but for the Alto, the default is unacceptable.

    Well, it is true that for 200 CHF (approx. 130 euros) / pice, one can not dcrocher the moon. If you really want the quality then you have to take the BSS Audio AR-416 for example. But it is also a different cathgorie price: 1200 CHF (approx. 770 euros) / pice, the new dernires ^ ^

    If you look for cheap and DI you want avoid this problem of crosstalk, in this case as a simple take Casing channel, as Samson S-Direct, for example. These can even be supplied by phantom power supply: more concern regarding the state of the batteries ^ ^ However, for my case when I connected to my Akai DPS16 multi only 2 o 8 analog inputs are XLR phantom power supply for the six other entries, I would have to use battery-powered ... Use of batteries is good for occasional use on scne but not for constant use in the studio, I do not want a DI fails open registration because of a flat battery . So, I would really DI rack that run on industry. The Behringer and Alto, I now know what they Vallent. In this same price range, there remain less rpandus MODELS: Phonic A6200 Millennium ADI or 6, any two of the six channels instead of 4.

    Anyway, as I have not found I leaned on the Behringer. Since we have a lot of synths on scne, I bought 5 ^ ^
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