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The Radial J48 DI now in stereo version

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Radial Engineering announces a stereo version of its J48 active direct box, which is phantom powered.

The Radial J48 Stereo is equipped with a power supply that converts the 48V phantom power to AC. The 14 gauge steel enclosure is equipped with a –15 dB pad, a high-pass filter that rolls off low frequencies below 80 Hz and a polarity switch. The frequency response announced is 10 Hz – 40 kHz.

You can use the J48 Stereo with high output sources, stereo instruments or even two instruments at the same time, thanks to the XLR and 1/4” right and left inputs and right and left Thru jacks.

Last, to avoid ground loops, Radial Engineering uses a DC/DC converter with a high-frequency transformer that allows for ground lift management at the power supply level. This system does not shut down the phantom power and is transparent to the user.

US Price: $299.99

More info at www.radialeng.com.

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