The DB-1 preserves the punch and clarity of the sound that is often lost when mic-ing a speaker, while eliminating the leakage, distortion, and coloration. The signal delivered to the P.A. or studio mixer is crisp and clean - a vital element in retaining the full depth and brilliant sound of such current high-tech equipment as FM synthesizers and digital drum machines.
The DB-1 may be inserted into the signal path at virtually any stage required. For instance, a bass guitar signal can be taken direct straight off the instrument for a clean, natural tone, from a preamp or line output for a punchier or equalized sound, or from the speaker output of the amp if the dirtier edge is desired. Keyboards can each be sent with a separate DB-1, or combined by taking a feed from the keyboard's stage mixer.Features
- Floating Transformer-Balanced XLR Output for Maximum IsolationSPKR Mode Handles Amplifiers Up to 600W RMSHI CUT Filter Reduces DistortionGND/LIFT Switch Eliminates Hum and BuzzRugged Uni-box Construction for Super-Strength and ShieldingRecessed Switches and Connectors Resist DamagePassive Design Requires No Batteries or Phantom Power
Built for the road, but equally at home in the recording studio, the DB-1's rugged 16-gauge steel and aluminum "Uni-box" construction enclosure is finished in a durable black anodized aluminum side channels. The uniquely slotted side channels allow for stacking on top or strapping side-to-side of virtually any number of Pro Co Monoface devices using the Uni-box construction. East to read control graphics are incorporated into the Lexan top panel overlay.