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The ULTRA-DI DI600P comes with a switchable Inst/Amp input for connecting instrument or amplifier outputs (of up to 3,000 Watts) to balanced microphone input for PA and recording. Its high-performance transformer allows the use of long cables without loss of high frequencies and filter switch reduces annoying hiss and buzz.
The ULTRA-DI DI400P is designed to connect a guitar or bass directly to a mixer without losing sound quality due to impedance mismatches, long cables or cycle hum. It allows simultaneous conversion of unbalanced, 1/4" jack input into balanced XLR output and routing of the instrument signal to an on-stage amplifier.
Features of the ULTRA-DI DI600P and ULTRA-DI DI400P include: