These DI boxes follow the company's usual 'tough as nails' build philosophy paired with well–conceived circuitry at an attractive price point.
If you're considering updating some old equipment with a balanced I/O, these boards come highly recommended.
Given its affordable price and compact format, is the Mini now the perfect choice tuner?
Elephant v1.92 turns the Bluetooth-enabled Dial peripheral into a quite remarkable knob controller of pretty much anything...
IsoAcoustics apply their proven decoupling technology to the guitar/bass speaker and amp markets.
Studio housekeeping is never glamorous, but a few minutes spent cleaning plugs and sockets can save hours of troubleshooting.
The idea of an in-line gain booster placed between a moving-coil or ribbon mic and a mic preamp isn't new — so what makes this one special?
If you use effects pedals, whether on stage or in the studio, running them from a high-quality power supply is essential to...
NUGEN Audio's SigMod VST3 plug-in is designed to be a sort of toolbox that provides an extremely flexible set of routing and...
I have a Roland RC‑30 looper pedal, but I want to be able to use a single microphone, set up so that I can use a foot pedal to switch the mic from the PA to the looper...
Described as 'compact Eurorack enclosures' by 4MS, Pods are a set of small boxes to put just a handful of modules in...
If you're looking to add wireless functionality to your favourite mic, Xvive's U3 could be just what you need.
The transformerless, Class‑A DI input circuit from Phoenix Audio's DRS2 mic preamp has spawned a range of dedicated active DI products, the latest being the single-channel Nimbus DI.
The Two Hand Touch is a kind of Batman's utility belt for the live sound engineer who mixes from an iPad.
Retrokits' flexible MIDI interface proves that good things do indeed come in small packages.
Speaker decouplers aim to isolate speakers from the surface on which they sit. This newer, more affordbale DMSD 50 Pro design has been optimised for speakers weighing up to 12kg (ie. most nearfield monitors).
We put sE's claims of truly transparent gain to the test...
This handy gadget aims to take all the hard work out of tuning your stringed instruments.
What is the best tape to use for sticking to mixers and writing down what each channel is being used for?
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