You've found your perfect amp sound, but somehow it sounds different on every stage?
The Palmer ilm speaker simulation DI box removes all the uncertainties of amp micing such as microphone choice, acoustic environment and positioning. With a sophisticated filter switch simulating the sound behaviour of a real guitar speaker, it captures your authentic sound, even without a microphone. Its direct signal always sounds the same, whether at home, in the (home) studio, during rehearsals, or on stage, whatever the room size.
The Palmer ilm offers three analog guitar speaker simulation settings, which represent typical guitar speaker models. We'll leave the flowery names to the others; on the Palmer ilm , they are called "normal", "mellow" and "bright".
Generally, the Palmer ilm is looped in between the guitar amp output and guitar speaker; but it can also be operated on the amplifier's line out. For input-level adjustment, the ilm has a pad switch with three settings: 0, -15 and -30 dB.
The output of the Palmer ilm is balanced and transformer isolated which means there is no interference or ground loop hum when connecting it to a mixing console or audio interface. With the Palmer ilm, you can always rely on what really matters: Your music, your instrument and your sound.
|Product type||Speaker Simulation DI-Box|
|Input connectors||6.3 mm jack|
|THRU outputs per channel||1|
|Ground lift switch||Yes|
|More features||Tone: Bypass, Normal, Bright, Mellow|
|Housing material||Aluminium continuous casting|
|Ambient temperature (in operation)||- 20 - 70 °C|
|Relative Humidity||< 80 %, not condensing|
|Accessories (included)||Inscription label (tour label), rubber feet|
|Max. input level (< 1% THD, 20 Hz)||+12 dBu|
|Max. input level (< 1% THD, 1 kHz)||+32 dBu|
|Frequency response (±1 dB, relative 1 kHz)||10 Hz - 60 kHz|
|Input impedance (1 kHz, max. Level, -10dBV)||8,8 kOhm|
|Output impedance (1 kHz, max. Level, -10dBV)||125 Ohm|
|THD (30 Hz, +4 dBu, unity, unweighted)||< 0,25 %|
|THD (1 kHz, +4 dBu, unity, unweighted)||< 0,009 %|
|IMD (SMPTE) (60 Hz / 7 kHz, 4:1, +4 dBu)||< 0.005 %|