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Behringer ULTRA-DI DI100 Ultra-Rugged DI Box for Stage and Studio

Code: 4661    Manufacturer Part No: 000-062   
Behringer ULTRA-DI DI100 Ultra-Rugged DI Box for Stage and Studio

(6 reviews)

£27.00

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€31.54 (euros)

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ULTRA-DI DI100 Ultra-Rugged DI Box for Stage and Studio description:

The Behringer Ultar-DI DI100 - Rest assured that your sound source will reach the console balanced and noise-free. BEHRINGER's take on the all-important active DI box gives you functionality, durability and incredible sound.

Plug into the Behringer DI100's balanced 1/4" TRS or XLR input, then send a signal to your console via the balanced XLR output. You can even plug your guitar or bass amp's speaker output into the DI100, which can handle ratings of up to 3,000 Watts and still deliver a perfect signal. It also features a 1/4" LINK jack to send your signal to an on-stage amplifier. The DI100 also has a switchable attenuation pad, allowing input levels of up to +50 dB. There is also a ground lift switch to eliminate noise associated with ground loops. The DI100 also features BEHRINGER's renowned OT-1 output transformer.

DI boxes are an essential part of any stage or studio, and the DI100 delivers the exceptional sound you expect, wrapped up in a rugged, road-proof aluminum case with stackable rubber corners. Find out how the ultra-affordable DI100 can improve your sound at your nearest BEHRINGER dealer.

The Behringer Ultar-DI DI100 Main Features Include:

  • Internal battery automatically shuts off when phantom power is connected
  • Direct connection of amplifier outputs with ratings of up to 3,000 Watts
  • Switchable input attenuation allows input levels of up to +50 dB
  • Ground lift switch eliminates typical ground loop problems
  • Rugged, road-proof aluminum case
  • Stackable oversized rubber corners
  • BEHRINGER OT-1 output transformer for full galvanic insulation
  • High-quality components and exceptionally rugged construction ensure long life and durability
  • Conceived and designed by BEHRINGER Germany

MPN: 000-062

Manufacturer: Behringer

This page first created on: 25/07/2007

Customer Reviews


GB

Review:
For the money it's perfect, obviously based around the BSS equivalent which we also use this unit performs to the same standard. There's very little noise on the input and output and can't fault it for wear and tear.

This customer purchased the product in December 2014


GB

Review:
We have 5 of these DI boxes in our church PA kit. I reckon they must all be over 10 years old now. We use one or more of them every week and we've never had a problem with any of them. I imagine if you spend twice the money you are likely to get a cleaner sound but the Ultra-DI is very affordable and the sound quality is fine to my ear.

This customer purchased the product in August 2017


GB

Review:
Having tried several kinds of DI boxes these are the ones that seem absolutely reliable and indestructible. They have served us for several years now and produce good clean sound.
The features are pretty standard. We use them passively.
Great service and competitive price from dv247.

This customer purchased the product in February 2014


GB

Review:
Rugged build and does everything a DI box should. Inserting a battery is a bit fiddly but not a major problem.

This customer purchased the product in April 2014


GB

Review:
Really pleased with this product. Feels robust and has worked solidly. No frills just does exactly what it should do.

This customer purchased the product in December 2014


GB

Review:
Never used a DI box before but has made a big improvement to the sound of my acoustic guitar into a PA. Gigged with it the day it arrived. Seems robust and easy to use.

This customer purchased the product in October 2016