Manley Labs Tube Direct Interface
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Average Score:4.5(4.5/5 based on 1 review)
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Electropop201/12/2006

Electropop2's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Manley Labs Tube Direct Interface
= Lamp Technology

Tube: 5751

Gain: -6 dB or -26 dB

Input Impedance: 10 Ohms to 1 Mohm

Output impedance: 150 Ohms

12 Hz -15 kHz at -3 dB

EQ: Points cutoff high-pass filter -3 dB: 12, 42, 100, 250 Hz

XLR balanced outputs transformer-coupled

Console Out Boost Switch

Switch decoupling mass

UTILIZATION

This device is not just easy!
2 switches ON / OFF switch 5 + positions.

The manual is in English but this device is so simple ...

SOUND QUALITY

The sound is reproduced very faithfully.

DIRECT LIGHT BOX MANLEY offers tours lamp providing a perfectly clear and free of background noise and adds warmth to your electric guitars, basses, violins, synthesizers and in particular to the sounds cold and sterile . The direct box Manley tube has a high pass shelving EQ 5-position, to reduce the resonances. This box can be used in signal recovery, thanks to the XLR balanced output transformer-coupled: the output can be sent directly to a mic level input (console input for example), while using the 6.35 mm output jack to power your guitar amp with the speaker may be picked up by microphone. You can then combine this signal with the direct signal of the guitar. The low impedance output, the decoupling of mass and Console Out Boost switches make this unit the most versatile Direct. Keep this box Manley DI close at hand to transform this high-impedance guitar output generating noise in low impedance connection free of background noise.

Tube: 5751

Gain: -6 dB or -26 dB

Input Impedance: 10 Ohms to 1 Mohm

Output impedance: 150 Ohms

12 Hz -15 kHz at -3 dB

EQ: Points cutoff high-pass filter -3 dB: 12, 42, 100, 250 Hz

XLR balanced outputs transformer-coupled

Console Out Boost Switch

Switch decoupling mass

OVERALL OPINION

Too bad that he does not rack ...

His slight compression is a delight and the use of the switch changes the sound in subtle ways. Excellent.

I would do this choice with his eyes closed.