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Little Labs Redeye Passive DI / re-amp / expansion splitter
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  • bricesanbricesan

    Little Labs Redeye Passive DI / re-amp / expansion splitterPublished on 10/24/08 at 13:04
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Passive DI.

    INPUT jack, balanced XLR output, in thru jack
    especially XLR line level input!
    allows then to use reamp.
    Neutrik gold connectors.
    quality workmanship, only flat, the casing is plastic ..

    UTILIZATION

    Using very simple.
    two function di reamp or determined by a switch.
    an earth lift switch very efficient.
    a phase inverter.
    knob a very practical level output reamp.
    expansion in and out for linking series of Red Eye.
    manual clear.

    SOUND QUALITY

    I work with BSS reguliéremment an avalon U5, and diverse di passive. (Scv, Proco ..)
    the little labs really stand out.
    the sound is clearly defining dictionary stacks, accurate, light.
    the dif…
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    Passive DI.

    INPUT jack, balanced XLR output, in thru jack
    especially XLR line level input!
    allows then to use reamp.
    Neutrik gold connectors.
    quality workmanship, only flat, the casing is plastic ..

    UTILIZATION

    Using very simple.
    two function di reamp or determined by a switch.
    an earth lift switch very efficient.
    a phase inverter.
    knob a very practical level output reamp.
    expansion in and out for linking series of Red Eye.
    manual clear.

    SOUND QUALITY

    I work with BSS reguliéremment an avalon U5, and diverse di passive. (Scv, Proco ..)
    the little labs really stand out.
    the sound is clearly defining dictionary stacks, accurate, light.
    the difference was evident on a source difficult as the kora.
    I no longer use the little labs.
    even paul live (yes I dared not go through an amp, but must be tested sacrilege!), found an interest in my ears.
    I use it for a month and am always surprised by his rendering Audible.
    This prompted me to write Elsewhere in this post.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I bought this mainly for its di reamp function,
    very practical and creative.
    (Allows to adapt a line level output for eg, has a level and impedance instrument
    thus allowing the iron in effect or instrument into an amp.)
    the red eye works perfectly for this use.
    but this does not stop.
    it is especially daunting in show ID.

    one has wanted this: try other product of this brand!
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