DI Boxes

While we could go into more and more detail about DI boxes and their inner workings, at some stage it’s best to get some hands-on experience!

DI Boxes
DI Boxes
  1. 1.
    Introduction
  2. 2.
    What is a Balanced Line?
  3. 3.
    Common Uses
  4. 4.
    The Earth Lift
  5. 5.
    Active or Passive?
  6. 6.
    Popular Models
  7. 7.
    Conclusion
  8. 8.
    Hotdeals

Welcome to our Direct Injection Box Online Advisor.

More often known as a ‘DI’ box, these little units are the most commonly used problem solvers both in the modern recording studio, and with live PA systems. Essentially, a DI box provides a method of connecting a high-impedance ‘unbalanced’ line level signal, such as a guitar or keyboard, to a low-impedance ‘balanced’ line input on a mixing console or other input stage – more on these terms later. There are many different models on the market, with many different feature sets - we’ll also examine these in this article.

Our Online Advisor extends to several pages – you can jump from section to section using the index below or the navigation at the bottom of each page.