ART PDB4 Passive Direct Box w/ 2 XLR Cables Bundle
Save $29.98 with this exclusive bundle from Pixel Pro Audio. This bundle includes the ART PDB4 and two 20-foot XLR Cables.
Here's a look at what you'll get with this bundle:
ART PDB4 (x1) - The PDB4 is a four channel passive direct box that features four quality fully transformer isolated direct boxes in a 1U 19-inch rack mount chassis. $99.99 Value
Professional 20-foot XLR Cable (x2) - Professional balanced cable with nickel plated male XLR to female XLR connectors for durability. This microphone cable is flexible, durable, and perfect for every application. $29.98 Value
Get more for your setup with this exclusive bundle from Pixel Pro Audio.
Additional Product Details:
The PDB4 is a 4-channel Passive Direct Box designed to fit into a 1u rackspace. Each channel features it's own fully-transformer isolated direct box for quality signal control.
Inputs and outputs of each of the four channels are isolated to maximize channel separation. Transformer isolation on each output helps to eliminate system ground loops.
It is a rock solid, roadworthy interface for connecting outputs of electronic musical instruments (or other audio sources) to the balanced inputs of mixer consoles and other balanced audio products.
The PDB4 also allows connection of a music source to an instrument amplifier while simultaneously patching it to a mixer.
Professional 20-foot XLR Cable
Professional balanced cable with nickel plated male XLR to female XLR connectors for durability. This microphone cable is flexible, durable, and perfect for every application.
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