DI 01

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This DI class A new generation is intended both for the studio and stage.
It is equipped with a buffer and a Carnhill VT24499 transformer.

The two positions of the switch buffer are to experiment in each new situation: the effect on the transients and the top of the spectrum of the buffer can be decisive, even for the sound made by the amp.

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- Very high input impedance, greater than 4 megohms thus not charging the source.

- Input impedance independent of pad position.

- Output link either directly or after a buffer, to overcome the cable length problems between the DI and the amp, avoiding losses on amps or pedals with low input impedance.

- Gain 0db or +12.5 dB, to attack the preamp or input of the converter in the best conditions.

- Earth lift on the XLR output to avoid "ground loops".

- Exit on the legendary Carnhill transformer ensuring total galvanic isolation and exceptional sound.

- Class A push-pull power stage, inspired by vintage HI-FI output stages: a must guarantee exceptional roundness and transient performance.

- Switched power supply base for optimal operation regardless of the power source (from 90V to 250V ..).

- Power supply and signal presence visualization led to a significant gain of time both on stage and in studio on some heavy set-ups.

- The headroom is very important, without the pad the max input level is +8 dB, with the pad +20 dB, the output level can reach +20 dB

- Ideal for attacking vintage equipment with low input impedance

- Can be used perfectly as an output stage of a console or a treatment without performing outputs.

Material built by hand in France, fast maintenance ensured.

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DI 01

DI 01

This DI class A new generation is intended both for the studio and stage.
It is equipped with a buffer and a Carnhill VT24499 transformer.

The two positions of the switch buffer are to experiment in each new situation: the effect on the transients and the top of the spectrum of the buffer can be decisive, even for the sound made by the amp.