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Rupert Neve Designs Portico 5017
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Rupert Neve Designs Portico 5017

DI from Rupert Neve Designs belonging to the Portico series.

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Red Led

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1 Posted on 09/29/2011 at 03:51:04
In the studio and on stage, DI boxes are indispensable to match impedances, make re-amping or avoid noises. However, it's not easy to choose a DI box from the multiple options available. So, when French distributor Juke Box Limited decided to make a comparative review of the different DI boxes in its catalog, AudioFanzine had no choice but to forward the information...

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Steve_Boudreaux

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2 Posted on 09/30/2011 at 18:26:19
Great to see a DI comparison, but only the first two- the Countryman Type 10, and the D.W Fearn PDB, would be of any use on stage. Stage DI boxes are kicked, dropped, tossed and generally thrown around- things like out-board power supplies (wall warts?? Are you KIDDING me??) gain controls and rack mounting are just a distraction during set-up and performance. KISS- keep it simple, stupid.
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