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March 17, 2004
The people who handcraft 'vintage-style' purpleheart-faced mic pres, and spherically-mounted condenser microphones have introduced a single channel active DI box. It's name is D.I. JOE.
Built for those who need to inject guitar, bass and keyboard signals into their mic pres or recording devices, D.I. JOE transforms the high impedance unbalanced audio signals produced by electronic instruments into the low impedance balanced signals required by microphone preamps, live sound consoles and recording devices. And then some.
Designed by long-time producer / studio owner Phillip Victor Bova, D.I. JOE's discrete 'Class A' input and sturdy construction will be appreciated by producers, engineers and live sound pros alike. Its balanced low impedance output stage ensures that audio signals can safely travel the length of the long cable lines found in most every live and studio setting.D.I. JOE features:
D.I. JOE comes with a manual and a 3 year warranty. It carries a manufacturer's suggested list price of CDN $239. (US $179.) and is available directly from the manufacturer.
For more information, visit their web site at www.sageelectronics.com.Come on the FREE COURSE TOUR