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LD Systems LDI 02

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" Good DI"

LD Systems LDI 02Published on 07/26/14 at 04:08
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
This is an Active DI with the possibility to connect a 9v battery or 48v supply with your console.
Connectors XLR / Jack / Link with XLR inputs and output.
Phase inverter / Lift Pad GND and finally everything a DI should do!

UTILIZATION

The use is very simple when you know the DI
I have four for the studio, bought used 15 euros pc are nikel.
Compared to other more expensive brands are solid and LD Systems brand has not blush!

SOUND QUALITY

The sound is not transparent color, very clean, there are no particular noise.

OVERALL OPINION

I never had particular problems
I did not used with batteries, always with 48v
The dynamics are good, they work very well.
The......
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This is an Active DI with the possibility to connect a 9v battery or 48v supply with your console.
Connectors XLR / Jack / Link with XLR inputs and output.
Phase inverter / Lift Pad GND and finally everything a DI should do!

UTILIZATION

The use is very simple when you know the DI
I have four for the studio, bought used 15 euros pc are nikel.
Compared to other more expensive brands are solid and LD Systems brand has not blush!

SOUND QUALITY

The sound is not transparent color, very clean, there are no particular noise.

OVERALL OPINION

I never had particular problems
I did not used with batteries, always with 48v
The dynamics are good, they work very well.
The quality / price is great!
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" Excellent for a very reasonable price."

LD Systems LDI 02Published on 03/15/12 at 10:01
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
By using them regularly since 2011, I find that these DI have a great sound, reliable, mechanically "long term", strong. Seriousness, what!

They take the comparison without problems with my BSS 133 (they resemble furiously, what a coincidence!) And my Bespeco 40A which I love.

I have not had any problems, or hum, or that its "wrong". I do not use them with batteries even if possible, always phantom. The dynamic is good. Excellent value for money.
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  • Manufacturer: LD Systems
  • Model: LDI 02
  • Category: DIs
  • Added in our database on: 12/13/2009

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