- Stereo direct box designed for keyboards
- Smooth, warm sound rounds out digital edge
- Able to handle huge transients without choking
- May be rack mounted for touring rigs
World class DI
At the heart of the design are two high performance Eclipse ET-DB2 transformers. These deliver 20Hz to 20kHz performance with less than 1.5dB deviation above 18kHz and are able to withstand tremendous signal levels without distortion. Unlike active circuits that overload when the signal exceeds the rail voltage, transformers saturate. This creates a pleasing effect that naturally rounds out the tone, acting like a subtle limiter which is particularly advantageous when interfacing the ProD2 with digital pianos, samplers and drum machines that can produce excessive dynamics. Transformers are particularly adept at eliminating hum and buzz caused by ground loops.
ProD2 with Stereo Keyboard
The ProD2 is designed for stereo devices like keyboards. Simple, straight ahead hookup makes it easy to connect your keys to your recording system for great stereo sound!
ProD2 with Instruments
Two Radial ProDI direct boxes in one, multi instrumentalists rejoice! The ProD2 is perfectly well suited for bass, acoustic guitar or just about any instrument with a pickup.
ProD2 with Drums & Samplers
Driving the output from a sampler or electronic drum machine to the PA system has never been easier. The ProD2 delivers plenty of headroom and lets you connect a local DJ mixer too.
ProD2 as a splitter
Take the mono output from your keyboard and patch it into Ch 1, use the THRU on Ch 1 to send a split signal to Ch 2. Voila! Two isolated mic level outputs to send to FOH and Monitors!
Peter Janis explains the Pro-D2 passive stereo direct box
"Convert a hi-Z unbalanced signal from a guitar, bass or keyboard to a low-Z balanced signal for a PA or DAW for long cable runs that won’t kill your tone along the way."
"My biggest regret is not finding out about Radial Engineering direct boxes sooner! We have transitioned through our move to individual monitor mixes from FOH, to a dedicated monitor console, to personal mixers and the Radial direct boxes have continued to work flawlessly through all of our upgrades."
The Beatles, Pink Floyd, Al Stewart, The Alan Parsons Project
"The Alan Parsons Live Project band uses a large number of keyboards, acoustic guitars and computer interfaces all of which require quality passive DIs. Our lives changed when we started carrying our own Radial DIs on the road and have never had a single issue or breakdown. We use the ProDI, ProD2 and the JDI on bass. Our Radial Direct Boxes are rugged, reliable, and sound great - so much better than the competition - in fact there is no competition!"
Producer - Aerosmith, John Lennon, The Trews, Supertramp, Cheap Trick, Alice Cooper
"For a clean direct feed, I always use the Radial ProD2 stereo DI. I love that thing! I've done shoot-outs and it always turns out to be the cleanest and fattest sounding."
Shawn Mendes, Francesco Yates, Ryland James, Spoons
"Whether I'm on tour or in the studio, Radial DIs are always my go-to. The ProD2 by Radial provides me with a pure, clean sound, and is always reliable."
Drums - Journey, Vital Information, Larry Coryell, Mariah Carey, Jean Luc Ponty
"Pristine audio clarity with silky highs and a punchy low end makes the Radial ProD2 a no-brainer for me when it comes time to choose a DI."
Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in /home/thomas78/public_html/radial/wp-content/themes/radial/template-parts/product-photos.php on line 128