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Radial Engineering Trim-Two Stereo DI with Volume Control

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Radial Engineering Trim-Two Stereo DI with Volume Control
Key Features
  • For Line-Level Sources
  • Connects Laptops, Consumer Devices
  • Variable Volume Control
  • Dual 1/4", RCA Inputs
Allowing you to connect your laptop, MP3 player, or other line-level consumer device to a balanced destination, the Trim-Two Stereo DI with Volume Control from Radial Engineering provides a variety of input options, including 1/4", RCA, and stereo 1/8" connections. For additional control, there is a variable level knob that allows you to adjust the output signal level. Designed to provide a linear response from 30 Hz to 20 kHz, the Trim-Two will not color or alter the sound of your input.
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Radial Engineering R800 1117 Overview

Allowing you to connect your laptop, MP3 player, or other line-level consumer device to a balanced destination, the Trim-Two Stereo DI with Volume Control from Radial Engineering provides a variety of input options, including 1/4", RCA, and stereo 1/8" connections. For additional control, there is a variable level knob that allows you to adjust the output signal level. Designed to provide a linear response from 30 Hz to 20 kHz, the Trim-Two will not color or alter the sound of your input.

The unit features Radial's Eclipse transformers, which help isolate the input signal from the output to eliminate noise and interference, and deliver a linear frequency response from 20 Hz to 18 kHz. The Trim-Two is constructed from 14-gauge steel, making it sturdy enough to use live.

Stereo direct box for line-level sources
Linear response from 30 Hz to 20 kHz
Easy access front panel volume control
Choice of RCA, 1/4" and 1/8" connectors
UPC: 676101043507

Radial Engineering R800 1117 Specs

General
Item Type
Standard DI
Number of Channels
2-Channel
Active/Passive
Passive
Circuitry
Solid-State
Pad
Yes
Ground Lift
Yes
Polarity Reverse
No
Low-Cut/High-Pass Filter
No
Connectivity
Audio I/O
2x 1/4" TRS Balanced Input
1x Stereo 2RCA Unbalanced Input
1x 1/8" / 3.5 mm TRS Unbalanced Stereo Input
2x XLR 3-Pin Balanced Output
Merge/Summing
Selectable Stereo or Summed-Mono Output
Performance
Frequency Response
20 Hz to 20 kHz
Maximum Input Level
+20 dB
Input Impedance
10 Kilohms (Unbalanced)
Output Impedance
2.8 Kilohms (Balanced)
Total Harmonic Distortion/Noise
0.009%
Power
Operating Voltage
No Power Required
Physical
Dimensions
5 x 3.3 x 2" / 127 x 84 x 51 mm
Weight
1.55 lb / 0.7 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight
1.715 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
6.35 x 4.35 x 2.95"

Radial Engineering R800 1117 Reviews

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The top surface has a "mono/sum" printed on it. ...

The top surface has a "mono/sum" printed on it. Is there a right-side switch which sums both inputs to one of the outputs?
Asked by: Red-Rob
The Mono/Sum switch on the right side of the Radial Engineering Trim-Two Stereo DI with Volume Control converts both outputs to dual mono, so using either output will deliver the same exact mono signal, so you have the option of using both outputs or just one output for your setup.
Answered by: Lisa S
Date published: 2023-04-20

Will turning the trim knob down all the way mute ...

Will turning the trim knob down all the way mute the output? Or will there still be a noticeable signal?
Asked by: Carl
It is a trim not a mute so depending on the source you may hear it at a low level with the trim all the way down.
Answered by: James Cruz
Date published: 2021-03-08

question

In the paragraph above the four-item bulleted list it says that the unit delivers a linear frequency response from 20 Hz to 18 kHz but the second item in the bulleted list says Linear response from 30 Hz to 20 kHz . Which is it?
Asked by: Ray
Hello Ray, Thank you for your interest in Radial. Although not ruler flat, the Trim-Two is linear (+/- 1dB) from 20 Hz to 20 kHz. Regards, Ryan
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2018-10-24
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