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  • Radial Engineering J48Published on 12/17/06 at 06:20
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Technology: Pure Analog ... A look at the product site.
    indeed available: no need to effect !!! Just asked to adapt Impedance correctly, right?
    Connectivity: You enter in Jack and XLR spring, normal ...
    Use single very basic, see the reviews prcdant ...
    Rack: No, not at departure but you can buy a rack in which we can put 10 ...

    USE

    Using basic, could not be more simple ...
    The switches are solid, and breathe the good quality ... built to last, I hopes to ... we hear about in 10 years ...
    English manual ...

    SOUND QUALITY

    Beware if looking for transparency is your quest, this product is to discover, for if one seeks against staining, go your way ... this is not for......
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    Technology: Pure Analog ... A look at the product site.
    indeed available: no need to effect !!! Just asked to adapt Impedance correctly, right?
    Connectivity: You enter in Jack and XLR spring, normal ...
    Use single very basic, see the reviews prcdant ...
    Rack: No, not at departure but you can buy a rack in which we can put 10 ...

    USE

    Using basic, could not be more simple ...
    The switches are solid, and breathe the good quality ... built to last, I hopes to ... we hear about in 10 years ...
    English manual ...

    SOUND QUALITY

    Beware if looking for transparency is your quest, this product is to discover, for if one seeks against staining, go your way ... this is not for you ...

    I discovered this by accident. My boss had made a comparison between a DI Radial and Avalon, a Lower, who then came home on a Studer console ...
    I am blind and I found cost gniale the difference between the two sources, I immediately recognized the Avalon ...
    Avalon color (too much or not enough for my taste, but only my opinion) with Radial sound is transparant ... transients are well respected, there is no boost particulire. .. It breathes ... There is no crushing of the signal ...

    40Khz bandwidth should be enough to keep toadflax 20 20k, right?

    On the website, the dtailles characteristics of the product speaks for even ...
    The client list is a proof of quality supplmentaire there are a lot of men ... Jazz

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    I use to work for a few months ...
    I love its transparency ... and more design exudes quality has beefy air ... We hear about it in 10 years ...
    I tried diffrente DI front, Country Man, BSS, Berhinger, but still not as big DI Manley and Chandler ... I'm not color the sound partisant taking with DI, but rather to pramplis or mix with well doss effects. I was looking for 2 DI for keyboards or for acoustic instruments, I utlis at work, I found concrete, and when I went to the site, I saw all the characters tics, and I realized what I had heard ... It's srieux ...

    As for qualitprix report, it is excellent ... I have found 2 on Ebay USA for $ 400 (shipping included). 185 our friend across the Rhine, Toto ...

    If I just bought 2 for me, it is not by chance that I made this choice ... Go !!! Yet something more to the tools, bringing everywhere !!!
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  • Paradigmatic!

    Radial Engineering J48Published on 11/25/12 at 00:48
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    The Radial 48 is a day active DI box analog that is used exclusively with phantom power via the mixer (48v).
    1 input jack, 1 thru jack and XLR male output.
    On the side push switch input 2: - 15 db and 1 merge.
    On the side push switch output 3: Ground, Low cut and Polarity
    1 LED to verify power 48v is sent. It is a pressure on the low cut switch that allows this check. LED can shine that at this time. I see it as a fault, but not wanting to lose Radial says no millivolt, all for her.
    (Must see!)

    UTILIZATION

    The J48 is for confident musicians sound their instruments and eager to find this in a grain mix it in the studio or on stage.
    Function merge to me personally is of no......
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    The Radial 48 is a day active DI box analog that is used exclusively with phantom power via the mixer (48v).
    1 input jack, 1 thru jack and XLR male output.
    On the side push switch input 2: - 15 db and 1 merge.
    On the side push switch output 3: Ground, Low cut and Polarity
    1 LED to verify power 48v is sent. It is a pressure on the low cut switch that allows this check. LED can shine that at this time. I see it as a fault, but not wanting to lose Radial says no millivolt, all for her.
    (Must see!)

    UTILIZATION

    The J48 is for confident musicians sound their instruments and eager to find this in a grain mix it in the studio or on stage.
    Function merge to me personally is of no use, it is an adder for two input sources to a single output.
    The low cut proves very effective on a rumble from below the stage to an electro-acoustic.
    The ground lift and polarity inverter can adapt to all situations and configurations.

    SOUND QUALITY

    This is why this DI. The sound of the instrument is perfectly reproduced. The tone knob on my Fender Precision becoming effective as ever. The wear of the ropes, then attack all these parameters are shelled over time find yourself their superb.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I personally discovered for two weeks. But as a professional stage it's been a long time that I see the gradual replacement of Ar 133 other brands including Radial. Musicians always pinailleront too.
    Radial seems to be a mark in line with the world of music together technicians and musicians with a common language. The radial J48 is acclaimed by both sides which to me means everything.
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  • Radial Engineering J48Published on 08/30/12 at 12:21
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    DI analog
    running 48V power supply
    1 input jack (guitar)
    1 output jack (to amp)
    1 XLR output (to sound card)

    switch:
    ground lift
    low cut
    -15 Db
    phase inversion

    UTILIZATION

    easy to use

    SOUND QUALITY

    very good DI allows me to record the guitar signal directly while playing on my amp (by me)!
    with the X-amp I pass the signal REAMP in my head and the result is identical to the original.
    very good return signal so

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 3 years for shooting guitars live (for the réamping) with the X-amp from the same manufacturer!

    excellent ...
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    DI analog
    running 48V power supply
    1 input jack (guitar)
    1 output jack (to amp)
    1 XLR output (to sound card)

    switch:
    ground lift
    low cut
    -15 Db
    phase inversion

    UTILIZATION

    easy to use

    SOUND QUALITY

    very good DI allows me to record the guitar signal directly while playing on my amp (by me)!
    with the X-amp I pass the signal REAMP in my head and the result is identical to the original.
    very good return signal so

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 3 years for shooting guitars live (for the réamping) with the X-amp from the same manufacturer!

    excellent
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  • Radial Engineering J48Published on 01/12/06 at 05:47
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Active direct box (analog).
    Phantom power required, a change is possible for the use of 9V battery (contact the provider ... not tested!).

    Opportunity to put 8 in a 19 "rack.

    Connections:
    - 1 input jack
    - 1 link jack (we'll talk about below)
    - 1 XLR

    Switch:
    - Ground Lift 1
    - A-15dB PAD
    - A 180 ° phase switch
    - 1 cup bottom 80hz/6dB
    - Merge one (we'll talk about below)

    Merge function:
    By activating the "Merge" the DI DI is a two-input (INPUT and LINK) on a single mono output, it can be of service ...

    As for technical features, here are the manufacturer's data:

    Dynamic range: 130dB
    Signal to Noise: 119dB @ 100Hz
    Maximum input: 10V
    Frequency......
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    Active direct box (analog).
    Phantom power required, a change is possible for the use of 9V battery (contact the provider ... not tested!).

    Opportunity to put 8 in a 19 "rack.

    Connections:
    - 1 input jack
    - 1 link jack (we'll talk about below)
    - 1 XLR

    Switch:
    - Ground Lift 1
    - A-15dB PAD
    - A 180 ° phase switch
    - 1 cup bottom 80hz/6dB
    - Merge one (we'll talk about below)

    Merge function:
    By activating the "Merge" the DI DI is a two-input (INPUT and LINK) on a single mono output, it can be of service ...

    As for technical features, here are the manufacturer's data:

    Dynamic range: 130dB
    Signal to Noise: 119dB @ 100Hz
    Maximum input: 10V
    Frequency range: 10Hz ~ 40kHz
    Linearity 20 ~ 20kHz: 0.1dB
    Phase coherence: 10 º at 20Hz
    0 º at 1kHz
    Distortion at 20Hz: <0.5%
    Input impedance: 220 kOhm
    Output impedance: 600 Ohm

    UTILIZATION

    Using classical merge function (see below feature) may be practical.

    Manual in English, so I do not like is that 8 note, especially coming from a Canadian manufacturer!

    SOUND QUALITY

    The sound is very well rendered, with no coloring and with very good dynamics, no breath unlike some cheap DI ... even with the CSA initiated the input level is pushed to compensate ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    Certainly I have just acquired, but the difference is obvious from the first second compared to my old DI cheap home Beh ......

    Test on 6-string active bass, it restores the registry perfectly sound of the instrument.

    The ability to put 8 in a 19 "is convenient as needed in the world of sound, with the advantage of putting different model in this rack ...

    For any further info, please visit the manufacturer http://www.radialeng.com
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  • we forget ... so it is good!

    Radial Engineering J48Published on 11/28/10 at 13:07
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Pure ANA.
    Connectors classic XLR out, Jack (x2: input + "through") as input.

    No battery: 48V Phantom power only through.

    Not small, not tiny but not too-big-inspires confidence.
    Not "cheap" anyway. A

    UTILIZATION

    DI, whatever. Simpler than that you die ...

    Oh yes, there's the button "merge" that can "summon" the 2 input Jack (input and "through").
    Practice

    Otherwise, ground lift,-15dB, low cut (high pass filter-6dB at 80Hz), phase inversion and an LED to indicate that there is 48V but only lights qd we push the button "Low cut" to keep all the juice to avoid saturating the DI-peaks

    It is also equipped with a foam non-slip on to do less. Practice to prevent slipping the ID......
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    Pure ANA.
    Connectors classic XLR out, Jack (x2: input + "through") as input.

    No battery: 48V Phantom power only through.

    Not small, not tiny but not too-big-inspires confidence.
    Not "cheap" anyway. A

    UTILIZATION

    DI, whatever. Simpler than that you die ...

    Oh yes, there's the button "merge" that can "summon" the 2 input Jack (input and "through").
    Practice

    Otherwise, ground lift,-15dB, low cut (high pass filter-6dB at 80Hz), phase inversion and an LED to indicate that there is 48V but only lights qd we push the button "Low cut" to keep all the juice to avoid saturating the DI-peaks

    It is also equipped with a foam non-slip on to do less. Practice to prevent slipping the ID if installed on an amp.

    SOUND QUALITY

    THE BALL!

    Seriously, this is the best DI I heard.
    On a good low (5 or 4 strings), it's just excellent.

    The bass is clear, right, attack transients and excellent string, not a breath ... Everything is there. And to make it saturate, it must go!
    (According to the specs, +12 dBu nominal, +21 dBu peak!)


    OVERALL OPINION

    Before, I tried Berhingtruc-it works. If so, a 133-BSS-classical, a Palmer-remember reference-or DI output of the amp Kustom bass player ...

    The DI-is still 2 classes above, in my opinion. A DI
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