Closeout Radial Engineering ProAV2

Open box return. Regular price $169.99. Sold as-is.

The Radial ProAV1 and ProAV2 are passive direct boxes specifically developed with the audio-video integrator in mind. The ProAV1 features a variety of stereo inputs that are summed mono via a resistive mixer, greatly simplifying signal management. The ProAV2 delivers two discrete channels where full stereo functionality is required.

To eliminate the need for various adaptors, both units are equipped with a 'Swiss Army' array of connectivity options including 1/4" inputs for instruments, RCA and 3.5mm (1/8") connectors for CD players, iPods, video decks and computers. The ProAV1 also features a female XLR input for interfacing equipment with +4dB professional signal levels. The front panel connectors can also be used as thru-puts to allow multiple patch points.

Custom wound Eclipse ET-DB2 transformers are able to withstand exceptionally hot signal levels while maintaining linearity from 20Hz to 20kHz. The resulting smooth Bessel curve is warm and natural, making them particularly adept at handling digital sources that can sound harsh. Transformer isolation further benefits by eliminating hum and buzz caused by ground loops or DC offset problems.

These features combine to make the ProAV1 and ProAV2 'must have' problem solvers for the audio-visual technician's tool kit.

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
ian mitchell i.m. ian m.
Radial ProAV2

If you're looking for a DI which doesn't mess with your sound and your source has plenty of level eg keys, e'drums, non-passive guitar p'up, then you you're looking in the right place. The PROAV2 has the same internals as the PRODI2, but you get the connectivity flexibility of the RCAs and 1/8" trs inputs, for those times when you need them. And once again, if you're looking for 2 DI channels, you have the convenience of them both being in one box - less stage clutter is always good. Also, the twin unit is at a very helpful discount over buying 2 single DI's. You can't go wrong.

J. Albert J.A. J. A.
Ideal for amplifying a laptop

I use this at church to interface our media laptop with our sound system. I like the flexibility in inputs: you can use either 1/4" TS cables, RCA cables, or an 1/8" stereo cable. Like all Radial boxes I've worked with, it's solid. Recommended.

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