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SM Pro Audio DI-8 8-Channel DI/Line Mixer
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The SM Pro Audio DI-8 Mixer provides you with 8 channels of unbalanced-to-balanced converters with 10dB pad and ground lift selector per channel. Vol...Click To Read More About This Product
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The SM Pro Audio DI-8 Mixer provides you with 8 channels of unbalanced-to-balanced converters with 10dB pad and ground lift selector per channel. Volume and pan control for each channel and master volume make it a unique problem solver for live sound, home recording, keyboardists, electronic drummers, and more.
Run up to 8 keyboards or modules onstage directly into the SM DI-8 mixer and send out balanced signal to the front of house rig while providing your own dedicated monitoring mix. There are dozens of possible uses for this rackmount mixer. It's link function even lets you link multiple SM DI-8 units to a single stereo output.
- 8 channel DI box
- 8 channel mixer
- Each input has a link and a balanced output
- Ground lift per channel
- 10dB pad per channel
- Volume control per channel
- Pan control per channel
- Master volume control
- Stereo line out
- Stereo link input
- 110V-240V internal power supply
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The SMPro Audio DI-8 8-Channel DI/Line Mixer is far too noisy for any practical use whatsoever.I find it to be useless.
The unit is almost unique (NADY makes a virtually identical unit); an 8 channel line mixer with 8 direct outs. PERFECT for mixing lots of keyboards/synths on stage and avoiding DI box-clutter on the ground. When it worked I LOVED IT!!!But I had a major problem with mine. 1/3 of this is my fault, the other 2/3 the manufacturer's. To put it simply, my 3 month old unit had a short in the master output (1/3 their fault). Unfortunately , to get warranty support you have to ship the unit in the original box to AUSTRALIA! (that's the other 1/3rd that's their fault). Even if I had kept the box which I didn't (that's the 1/3 that's my fault) I wouldn't waste the money to ship a the unit half way around the world for repair anyway. There's nowhere to bring the unit to get it fixed & I live in Chicago! Oh well...so I'm out a couple bucks. I won't buy from this company again because of how quickly I had a problem with the unit and because there's nowhere to take it to get it fixed. Tai