If you need to pick up the pure sound of your guitar, bass or keyboard, you need a high-quality DI-Box which does not alter the natural sound or add any noise.
The Palmer wipper is a single channel passive DI box with a high-quality transformer, which also handles high levels without distorting or losing the pure sound of your instrument. With a ratio of 10:1, it can be used for optimal impedance and level adjustment to connect instrument signals from guitars, bass, keyboards or synthesisers to a balanced microphone input. At the same time galvanic isolation prevents ground loop hum, so that the signal remains pure, clear and ultra-low noise, without any interference. Thanks to a switchable 30 dB pre-attenuation, the wipper can also be looped in between amplifier output and the loudspeaker.
The Palmer wipper is an easy-to-use problem solver. Its passive construction means it does not need any batteries or a phantom power. This makes it extremely fail-safe and also virtually indestructible thanks to its aluminum and steel casing. With its ability to retain the natural sound of your instrument, it also cuts a fine figure studio and live environments. This way you can simply be true to your sound.
|Product type||DI box|
|Input connectors||6.3 mm jack|
|THRU outputs per channel||1|
|Input attenuation (Pad)||0 / 30 dB|
|Ground lift switch||Yes|
|Additional Features||mono merge|
|Housing||Aluminium continuous casting|
|Dimensions (W x H x D)||50 x 140 x 68 mm|
|Ambient temperature (in operation)||- 20 - 70 °C|
|Relative Humidity||< 80% (non-condensing)|
|Accessories (included)||Inscription label (tour label), rubber feet|
|Max. input level (< 1% THD, 20 Hz)||+24 dBu|
|Max. input level (< 1% THD, 1 kHz)||+32 dBu dBu|
|Frequency response (±0,2dB, relative 1kHz)||10 Hz - 60 kHz Hz|
|Input impedance (1 kHz, Setting: 0 dB Pad, THRU)||47 kOhm|
|Output impedance (1 kHz, Setting : 0 dB Pad, THRU)||33 Ohm|
|THD (30 Hz, +4 dBu, unity, unweighted)||< 0,02 %|
|THD (1 kHz, +4 dBu, unity, unweighted)||< 0,0007 %|
|IMD (SMPTE) (60 Hz / 7 kHz, 4:1, +4 dBu)||< 0,002 %|
|Transformer ratio||10 : 1|