On-Stage Passive Direct Box

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The DB500 Direct Box transforms any high-impedance 1/4" source into a low-impedance (XLR) signal ready to be sent long distances to a mixing board or recording console. Its passive design features a high quality transformer, ground lift switch, and does not require batteries or phantom power. Perfect for bass/acoustic guitar, keyboards, and DJ equipment.

Input Impedence: 50K ohms
Output Impedence: 80 ohms
Dimensions: (w)4.75 x (h)1.5" x (d)3”
Weight: .97 lbs

• Single channel, passive direct box
• Transform any high-impedence ¼” source into a low-impedence (XLR) signal
• High-quality transformer

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