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    Klark Teknik
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    An established favourite amongst both engineers and musicians alike. Intended for professional applications where +48 V phantom power is a standard feature on all mixing consoles, and its innovative design results in a significantly higher clipping point than many other active DI Boxes, providing +10 dBu output into a 2 kΩ load.

    List Price: $59
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    Newcomer - Level 1

    Does the Klark Teknik DI-10 have a buffer that feeds to the through put?

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    • Aldersyde
      DavidKnighton Hello Aldersyde,
      The DI 10A specifically does not have a buffered through. It is tied parallel to the input.
      • Apr 9
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    Newcomer - Level 1

    Hello. first post here from the USA thanks in advance for any help.

    Just got this used 360 and thou it passes audio with no issue both A & B EQ has no effect on said signal.


    On a side note, I'd like to know what these 2 holes on the back marked "In put TX and Out put TX" are for. Is that a switch inside the unit (I see something white in there but not sure what it is)? Is that why I'm not getting anything more than by-passed signal?

    Seiral #36514


    Hopfully some one will know what the trouble is and leave a reply, I don't like flipping switch's on (or off) with out knowing what they do.

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    Newcomer - Level 1

    Hi everyone,

    I recently purchased the 76-kt compressor and im absolutely loving it. I am aware of the rear vu meter adjustment pot as stated in the start up guide but there is also a small hidden screw directly underneath the vu meter that i have messed around with (which i regret doing) i dont know why i messed with it, i was just curious what it did. 

    Im worried ive somehow messed up the calibration now as i presume this screw is factory set and shouldnt be altered. I can see that you can turn it clockwise and anticlockwise one turn and then it becomes stiff, you then screw further past that stiffness and it sort of resets to the loose, clockwise/anticlockwise setting as before.

    Am i ruining the screw by turning it over and over to see what it does? is it some sort of spring that i am unwinding?

    Id really appreciate any technical information to settle my mind on how this screw works and what you should do with, if i have perhaps ruined it by over turning it, or if i am just worrying too much?

    Thanks ever so much in advance.

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    • bgbdarby
      ChrisEdwards1 Hi bgbdarby, I can see you have also submitted a case for this inquiry which I have just responded to. Please keep an eye on your spam and junk folder for my response and if you can't find it please let me know.
      • Mar 24
      • 76-KT VU Meter screw directly underneath meter function? help needed.
        bgbdarby Hi Chris, I replied to that email earlier. Did you see my reply? thanks
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