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Radial JDI Stereo Passive DI Box

Code: 43767    Manufacturer Part No: R800 1012 00   
Radial JDI Stereo Passive DI Box
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JDI Stereo Passive DI Box description:

The Radial JDI is considered by many to be the world’s finest direct box.

It is a passive DI that employs a Jensen isolation transformer for optimum audio performance offering outstanding linearity at all frequencies, combined with extraordinary level handling without introducing distortion. Being completely passive, the plug & play Radial JDI does not require any powering and has the unique advantage of eliminating 60-cycle ground loops. This makes the Radial JDI a definite favourite with informed audio engineers.

The Radial JDI is great for guitars, bass, and keyboards and is particularly adept with high-output, broadband instruments such as active instruments and digital keyboards. The Radial JDI may be rack-mounted using the J-Rak and is also available in a stereo (2-channel) version called the JDI Duplex and the 6-channel rack-mountable JD6.

The main features of the Radial JDI are:

  • Jensen Transformer equipped passive DI
  • 100% isolation eliminates ground loops
  • Virtually zero phase & harmonic distortion
  • Exceptional signal handling
  • High common mode noise rejection

MPN: R800 1012 00

Manufacturer: Radial

This page first created on: 27/06/2007

Customer Reviews

Earth GB

Pros: +
It works very well. Solidly built, much like a tank and almost as heavy which in combination with the rubber padding on the underside keeps it from moving around, which always good. Blocks out all the noise. I use it on a passive fretless squire which its not really meant for and the verdict is that it does help. Be sure to check which JDI you need depending on your specific requirements.

Cons: -
Tad on the pricey side I guess, but as always you get what you pay for (I'm stealing those cheesy words from someone else).

This customer purchased the product in December 2012