Radial Engineering StageBug SB-2 Passive DI
Radial Engineering will launch in March a new compact DI for bass and keyboard as part as the StageBug series, the SB-2 Passive.
Measuring less than 2" wide and 3.5" deep, the compact StageBug SB-2 begins with a 1/4" instrument input and thru-put to feed the on-stage amp. This connects to the custom made Eclipse ET-DB3 transformer which performs the impedance matching and balances the signal. When using extra high output instruments, a -15dB pad can be inserted into the signal path. This enables the StageBug SB-2 to be used with active basses and digital pianos that often tend to overload the input side of most interfaces. The StageBug SB-2 output features an XLR wired to the AES standard with pin-2 hot. A 180°polarity reverse switch toggles pin-2 and pin-3 to adapt to older vintage gear that may be out of phase.
No information regarding the retail price. You'll find more details soon on www.radialeng.com.
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