Rupert Neve Designs RNDI-S Stereo DI Box for Keyboards, Basses & More

BH #RURNDIS • MFR #RNDI-S
Rupert Neve Designs RNDI-S Stereo DI Box for Keyboards, Basses & More
Key Features
  • Connect Instruments to XLR Outputs
  • High Headroom, Clear Tone
  • 2 x 1/4" Inputs, 1 x 3.5mm Auxiliary In
  • 2 x Thruputs for Connecting to Amps
Designed for guitarists, keyboardists, bass players, and other instrumentalists, the Rupert Neve Designs RNDI-S is a stereo DI box that employs the same architecture and design of the well-regarded RNDI. The DI Box utilizes custom RND transformers as well as Class-A biased, discrete FET amplifiers. This ensures both a rich tone and high headroom so that you maintain a powerful tone when you plug your instrument into a house PA, mixing desk, or recording interface.
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$499.00

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Rupert Neve Designs RNDI-S Stereo DI Box for Keyboards, Basses & More

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Rupert Neve Designs RNDIS Overview

Designed for guitarists, keyboardists, bass players, and other instrumentalists, the Rupert Neve Designs RNDI-S is a stereo DI box that employs the same architecture and design of the well-regarded RNDI. The DI Box utilizes custom RND transformers as well as Class-A biased, discrete FET amplifiers. This ensures both a rich tone and high headroom so that you maintain a powerful tone when you plug your instrument into a house PA, mixing desk, or recording interface.

The device sports two 1/4" instrument inputs and a stereo 3.5mm auxiliary input for consumer-grade devices. You can switch between the 3.5mm input and the 1/4" section by toggling the front-panel switch. Two 1/4" thruputs are on hand should you want to route parallel signal to your onstage amplifier. On the rear of the RNDI-S, you'll find two XLR outputs for feeding the house PA or recording interface. Ground-lift switches allow you to minimize any hum associated with ground loops. The unit is powered via 48V phantom power straight from the house or recording interface.

The unit sports a virtually flat frequency response from 30 Hz to 63 kHz, and quite little in the way of distortion. Because of its transformer-coupled outputs, the RNDI-S can drive long cable lines with minimal signal loss. You can mount the RNDI-S into a rack-shelf via its 4-hole pattern, specifically sized for 6-32 machine screws.

Key Features at a Glance

  • Custom Rupert Neve Designs transformers for rich, powerful tone
  • Exceptional performance with any instrument
  • Discrete FET amplifiers ensure clarity
  • Drives long cable lines with minimal loss
  • Rugged steel frame built for life on the road
  • Powered by 48V phantom power
  • Excellent phase coherence at all frequencies
UPC: 752423657414

Rupert Neve Designs RNDIS Specs

I/O2 x 1/4" Instrument Inputs, Phone Type
2 x 1/4" Instrument Thruputs, Phone Type
1 x 3.5 mm TRS Auxiliary Input, Phone Type
2 x XLR Outputs
Noise> -110 dBV (22 Hz to 22 kHz, Measured Output, Unweighted, Source Impedance 150 Ohms)
Input ImpedanceInstrument: 2.2 MOhms
Auxiliary: 95 kOhms
Output Impedance< 40 Ohms
Frequency Response30 Hz to 63 kHz (±0.25 dB)
12.5 Hz to 120 kHz (±1 dB)
5 Hz (-3 dB)
Maximum Input LevelInstrument Input: +20.5 dBu, Typical
Maximum Output Level11.5 dBu, Typical
THD + N0.35%, Typical (2nd and 3rd Harmonic at 1 kHz, +20 dBu Input Level, No Load)
0.009%, Typical (2nd and 3rd Harmonic at 1 kHz, -20 dBu Input Level, No Load)
0.9%, Typical (2nd and 3rd Harmonic at 20 Hz, -20 dBu Input Level, No Load)
CrosstalkInstrument Input: -115 dB at 10 kHz
Auxiliary Input: -108 dB at 10 kHz
Power Requirements48 VDC, 4.5 mA per Channel, Phantom Powered
Rackmountable4-Hole Pattern at Bottom of Unit, for 6-32 Machine Screws
DimensionsNot Specified by Manufacturer
WeightNot Specified by Manufacturer
Packaging Info
Package Weight2.885 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)10.2 x 8.85 x 3"
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