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Stereo Direct Interface: Rolls Corp. DB24

Rolls Corp. introduces the DB24, a dual direct box that's an ideal impedance matching device for connecting any unbalanced stereo signal to a balanced system. It can be used with 1/4-inch inputs in d 10/18/2007 9:02 PM Eastern

Stereo Direct Interface: Rolls Corp. DB24

Rolls Corp. introduces the DB24, a dual direct box that's an ideal impedance matching device for connecting any unbalanced stereo signal to a balanced system. It can be used with 1/4-inch inputs in dual mono or stereo mode, with outputs to balanced XLR jacks.

Rolls Corp. introduces the DB24, a dual direct box that's an ideal impedance matching device for connecting any unbalanced stereo signal to a balanced system. It can be used with 1/4-inch inputs in dual mono or stereo mode, with outputs to balanced XLR jacks. The DB24 also has stereo RCA and 1/8-inch inputs, making it simple to use the interface with any stereo, mono, consumer, or professional audio source. The DB24 also has individual variable attenuators for each channel, giving the user much more control over input than a dB pad attenuation switch, and each channel has an individual ground lift. Price: $90. For more information, contact Rolls Corp. at 801-263-9053 or at www.rolls.com.



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