Gets the job done if this is all your budget allows.
Says what is says on the tin - it's DI box, it will bring down your line-level outputs to mic-level inputs. I leave these for non-critical tasks or for band rehearsal, etc. Not good enough to be used on proper gigs. I'll explain why.
It's passive, so transformers are used. Not the best, not the worst. They are not the most clear transformers - they tend to cloud up the sound a bit and bass extensions is poor. DIs are not noisy.
DIs have a couple of switches which although are not the best quality, still work after a couple of years of abuse. The XLR connectors are soldered to the board directly and mounted with two screws on the case. I have 4 of these mono DI boxes and 3 of the stereo versions, and some of the XLR solder connections have gone dry and had to be resoldered. Not a big issue considering the price, but good to keep in mind.
The case itself is the worst part of the product. Poor finishing, the paint cracked and came off on all of the boxes except one, resulting in a rusted, unsightly DI box - not the kind you'd want your client to look at or handle.
These DI boxes work fine for the price, but unless they are new and have been tested I would only relegate them to hobby use. Still, most of them are going strong after 4 years.
I bought this because I wanted 2 di boxes for a stereo keyboard and i didn't want phantom power . I have given it 5 stars for everything because it has all the features that i need, that's jack in /link/ xlr out and a pad, it doesn't seem to colour the sound, as for quality well it's a little metal box that does a great job for silly money !
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