ART (Applied Research & Technology)

ARTP_DUALRDB

ART Dual RDB - DI & Re-Amping Box


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The ART Dual RDB is a versatile 2-channel DI that enables you to connect dual mono or stereo line-level signals from a computer, interface, iOS device or other consumer audio device to XLR microphone inputs, or 1/4-inch instrument inputs.


    • ART Dual RDB PRODUCT FEATURES:

      The Dual RDB accepts 1/4" TRS and XLR line level inputs and outputs mic or instrument levels. The Dual RDB's variable level controls allow volume control to be set at the source rather than in the studio, AV room, audio closet or installation rack. A 20Hz to 20kHz frequency response ensures the Dual RDB will function transparently with any high quality audio source.

      The unit has two high quality isolation transformers that prevent ground loops when connecting various systems together.

      Feature Summary:
      Dual ¼-inch TRS and XLR balanced line level inputs
      Transformer isolated XLR balanced microphone level outputs
      Transformer isolated ¼-inch TRS balanced instrument level outputs
      20Hz to 20kHz Frequency Response
      Variable Level Controls with Mute
      Channel Two source selectable between Channel One or Channel Two Input
      Channel Two output phase switch

      Applications:
      Re-amping interface for multiple amps
      Stereo/Dual direct box
      Variable Input pad for mic or instrument inputs
      Stereo Audio/Video interface to low level inputs
    • ART Dual RDB TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS:

      Frequency Response: 20 Hz - 20 kHz, ± 0.5 dB @ +4 dBu
      Total Harmonic Distortion: .01% @ 1kHz, +18 dBu, <.05% @ 100Hz, +18dBu
      Channel Separation: > 80 dB (typical)
      Input Connections: 1/4” TRS balanced, XLR balanced female
      Thru Connections: 1/4” TRS balanced, XLR balanced female
      Insertion Loss: -20dB @100k Ω load, -25dB @600 Ω load
      Dimensions: 47mm x 117mm x 99mm (HWD)
      Weight: 0.40 kg
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