DI has everything a great in descripion:
-Active (9V battery or phantom power)
Input-Jack or XLR
I used a lot of gigs and even repeated for testing! I had some problems with the use in phantom power. You should know that the PCB inside is definitely not isolated and the connector for 9V battery just short-juice while walking above. Because of that, I happened to clip the entire system to see me in the lips 48V via a micro grid (normally grounded) ... finally a good old piece of gaffer on this connector and no worries, it is quickly repaired but a bit annoying when you do not know and that realizes the only product out of the box ...
Some say they do not find it clear, I do not particularly have realized ...
A good DI for small budgets! If the worries short-juice is removed I think it's great and that choice would be there if I need a cheap DI.
I have an acoustic guitar that I plugged in my direct sound. Now I plug this in thomann DI position 20 dB so I secure my gear (impedance) and I still have my usual sound. The other Sunday I was invited to play at a party. I directly connected my ID and my guitars sound like the DJ and no pb, my guitars have sounded properly with thomann assurance not to blow a forum I do not know what. Cool. I bought two, the second is for my electric guitar. 0 dB position, my guitar sound has gained power, no need to put the knobs back to the sound to hear the guitar thomann. Note that DI is solid and well made and the price is breathtaking. In phantom power, a blue LED is very nice and powerful. Very happy!
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Skeem's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
Bottom line powered by phantom power mixer
Connecting a standard direct box. Do not forget to feed the box or by phantom power from the table, either by 9V battery.
Saturated light that we can attempt to correct a bit by lowering the level.
Its a bit small, lacks roundness. This ID is not transparent ...
Despite its low cost, I do not recommend this case.