Radial Engineering revamped its popular JDX DI box for guitar/bass amps so that it can be phantom powered.
The change was made upon users’ request who wanted to be able to use 48V phantom power to power their JDX DI.
This new version uses the same discrete Class A circuit as the original JDX. The signal coming from the amp (both head and speaker) is then processed by a multi-stage filter to emulate the sound of a 4×12 speaker when using a guitar or 8×10 if you connect a bass.
The JDX 49 also includes a Bass Extension switch to increase the low-end and a 100W/300W switch offers extended polyvalence with the ability to use the DI with more powerful amps.
The new Radial JDX 48 will be available in May with an MAP of $199.99.
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