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Radial Engineering SB-2

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Passive DI Box

  • Especially for bass and keyboard
  • Mono summation for stereo sources via in and through socket
  • Jack input
  • Jack output
  • XLR output
  • Switchable 15 dB pad
  • Switchable ground lift
  • Robust metal housing
  • Colour: Green
Available since August 2013
Item number 315040
Sales Unit 1 piece(s)
Multi-Channel Unit No
Channels 1
Active / Passive Passive
19" No
Pad switchable Yes
Gnd/Lift switchable Yes
Powered by battery No
Speaker Simulation No
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Philiguil 06.04.2022
Très bon produit et rapport qualité/prix
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Excellent DI for Bass
Enrico Rubinelli 31.10.2019
This passive DI provides a transparent, noise-free sound.
It is solid and compact, it perfectly fits my pedalboard.
I am totally satisfied with the product.
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Ideal !
Pauly T 24.03.2022
Does exactly what I need it to do . Great build quality and fits nicely in the guitar case . The link and ground options are great
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Putting the Bugs on Stage
Anonymous 01.03.2017
It's hard to say that these boxes sound like this or like that, because as with any good DI, both units do their job well and don't sound like anything at all. With my Fender Marcus Miller Signature Jazz Bass, which features both active and passive pickups, both units handled the signal well. I really like the sound of that instrument's active circuit, so here the SB-2 was the better choice.

At my usual live sound gig, the SB-2 was a huge step up in sound and build from the usual cheap fare. It was also nice to have the active SB-1 for bass, since one of our usual bass players uses a Danelectro model which is is known for its unique vintage sound, but has notoriously low output. Smiles all around, which is what an engineer wants to see.
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