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Born out of necessity in studios such as Motown and United Sound Systems to accommodate the electric instruments emerging in the 1960s, direct boxes (also known as DIs, which stands for “Direct Inject”) began as a way to resolve a basic impedance mismatch between electrodynamic guitar pickups and sensitive studio electronics. Although many modern DIs are far more sophisticated than the original models, even now, the primary function of DI boxes is to take an unbalanced, high-impedance signal and convert it to a balanced, low-impedance signal. This allows you to run guitar and bass directly into microphone preamplifiers or to send signal over extended cable runs without losing volume and significant high-frequency information.
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Behringer Ultra-DI Pro DI800v2 8-channel Active Instrument Direct Box
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