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  • StefanEff
    Contributor - Level 1
    2020-05-10

    Hi,

    can I use this power supply to run the Hall if Fame Reverb Pedal (1)?

    https://m.thomann.de/de/thomann_nt_0910.htm

    Thanks in advance!

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    Klark Teknik
    Triber Moderator
    2021-04-15

    DN200
    bit.ly/Klark-Teknik-DN200

    Learn More: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wPRcsdrHZu4

    Features dual parallel-connected combo XLR’s / ¼" TRS inputs. When connecting to the Combo XLR input, the input impedance is 20 kΩ, ideal for line level equipment and offering even lower noise performance. It's also equipped with a Stereo input mini jack which is ideal for connecting MP3 players or mobiles phones etc.

    List Price: $129

    #KlarkTeknik #DN200 #DIBox #Active #2Channel

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    KennyBarnes
    Contributor - Level 1
    2020-11-14

    Hi, will the 8200 accept a digital input from a Sony CDSA player and divide it into 5.1 analogue outputs please? 

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    • KennyBarnes
      Paul_Vannatto Hi Kenny, the ADA8200 digital input is an 8 channel ADAT and can output to the 8 output channels. Does the Sony player output this digital signal?
      • November 14, 2020
  • jgomer2001
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2020-07-15
    Hi, In the stereo Klark Teknik DI 10P every input channel has an attenuation knob. Product documentation mentions that knobs at fully clockwise position means no attenuation. What's the max attenuation achievable (ie. set fully counter clockwise) in dBV ? Thanks in advance.
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    • jgomer2001
      jgomer2001 The level knobs of the DI 10P are relative to the signals input into the device. You can relate the 0 to 10 scale to 0% to 100%. So, it will take the signal and attenuate it down the percentage amount you choose of the signal coming in.
      • July 16, 2020
    • jgomer2001
      jgomer2001 Reply received from Customer Quality Support Specialist
      • July 16, 2020
  • jgomer2001
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2020-07-15
    Hi, The stereo Klark Teknik DI 10P features one L+R RCA and one 3.5mm (stereo) inputs. Can all inputs be simultaneously used so the 4 channels are summed to build a single mono signal ? I'm hesitant to try it. I wouldn't like to damage the DI. Thanks in advance.
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    • jgomer2001
      RexBeckett As I understand it, the RCA and 3.5mm sockets are connected directly together. This would not be a good way to sum two stereo sources but it is more likely to damage the sources than the DI 10P. You would get much better results by using a small stereo mixer to sum the sources.
      • July 15, 2020
    • jgomer2001
      jgomer2001 For those interested, here is the reply received by the support specialist: "You could use all inputs at the same time but I wouldn't recommend it to prevent overdriving the passive circuitry. Instead, If you need to use more than one source, plug your sources into a small mixer. Take the mixer's outputs and connect them to one of the stereo inputs of the DI. This will also allow for better control of your individual sources."
      • July 17, 2020
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    kyostal
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-04-19

    Hi MusicTribe community ?
    Hope you are doing well ?

    Is there somebody who already used the D.I.4800 A ?

    I would like to use it in studio as a splitter and I would like to know if it's allow mic input signal ?

    Thank you for your aswer. 

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    • kyostal
      RexBeckett Hi kyostal, the DI4800A is not ideal for use as a mic splitter. It would be better to use an Ultralink MS8000 which is designed for this application.
      • Apr 19
      • Behringer DI4800 A
        kyostal Thank you for your aswer. I did not see this product It will be perfect.
        • Apr 19
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    TimHuttner
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-07-09

    can i have 1 transmitter and 2 recievers ??? how to link them with 3 units?? 

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    • TimHuttner
      DavidKnighton Hello TimHuttner,
      You can only send bluetooth audio to one subscription at a time. Bluetooth audio does not support multiple audio devices simultaneously.
      • Jul 9
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    belfie13
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2020-12-31

    I've heard alot about the issues with Marshalls Mode Four MF350, where something to do with grounding destroys the amp..

    i'm not sure technically what this means but I want to know if this has anything to do with the ground lift and do i use it or not. is there any other issues with using the MF350 Emulated Line Out through the DI4000 to my mixing desk?

     

    specs. i think are relevant?

    MF350 Emulated Line out:

    level: -10dBV | recommends connecting to inputs of impedance >20㏀

     

    PreSonus StudioLive 16.4.2

    Line Inputs:-

    Input Impedance: 10 kΩ
    Maximum Input level (unity gain): +22 dBu

     

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    sachin1
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-07-27

    GDI21 produces noise when using high gain channel...it's ok with Tweed and clean setting...

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    • sachin1
      Dale_M Sorry to hear this, please go to the support tab above and select Technical for us to assist you.
      • Jul 27
    • sachin1
      sachin1

      i have already generated a ticket.....

      • Jul 27
      • GDI21 produces noise when using high gain channel...it's ok with clean and Tweed amp setting
        Dale_M Do you have a case number?
        • Jul 30
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    wojtashek
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2020-12-02

    I need connect mixer through Radial Catapult to another mixer nd connect to mic input. According to Radial Engeeniring I as I use RX4M as output all signal should be Mic Level.

    Is this DI Box Behringer DI100 Ultra-DI will transform Line Level Signal from mixer to Mic Level (as attenuation is +48dBu)? If not would you recomend abother one?

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    • wojtashek
      Paul_Vannatto Hi Wojciech, the DI100 will change the line level input signal to mic level. The issue might be powering the DI100. Phantom power can be applied to the XLR-M output, but not to the XLR-F input. That would mean that the phantom would have to come from the second mixer via the Catapult. The question is whether Radial's design allows phantom to pass through the Catapult. If it doesn't, the other solution is a 9V battery (not ideal).

      An alternative option would be the Behringer Shark FBQ100. It uses a separate power supply and can be configured for line input and mic output (see page 5 in the manual).
      • December 2, 2020
    • wojtashek
      wojtashek Thank you for your help. Phantom power is coming through Radial Catapult TX4 where is connect FOH mixer. Thus should supply the power to DI Box. If not I will take your advise Thank you
      • December 2, 2020
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