Whirlwind IMP 2 Direct Box

BH #WHIMP2 • MFR #IM2
Whirlwind
Whirlwind IMP 2 Direct Box
Key Features
  • 1/4" Parallel In/Out Jacks
  • Ground-Lift Switch Isolate Hum and Buzz
  • Built-In TRHL Transformer
The IMP 2 from Whirlwind is a rugged built, single-channel, passive direct box. The unit converts a line- or instrument-level unbalanced signal to a low-impedance microphone-level balanced signal.
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Whirlwind IM2 Overview

The IMP 2 from Whirlwind is a rugged built, single-channel, passive direct box. The unit converts a line- or instrument-level unbalanced signal to a low-impedance microphone-level balanced signal.

Direct boxes are often referred to as "DI" boxes. This stands for "Direct Injection" as their main purpose is to convert unbalanced and/or high-impedance instrument signals into a format suitable for direct connection to a mixing console without the use of a microphone.

1/4" parallel wired in/out jacks
Ground Lift switches to help eliminate hum and buzz
UPC: 692465001267

Whirlwind IM2 Specs

Input Connections1 x 1/4" TS
Output Connectors1 x XLR
1 x 1/4" TS Thru
Input LevelNot Specified by Manufacturer
Output Level20 dB below Input Level
Frequency Response20 Hz to 20 kHz, ±1 dB
NoiseNot Specified by Manufacturer
PowerPassive
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.61 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)7.1 x 6.9 x 2"
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question

what cables are needed for direct box?
Asked by: Anonymous
atleast a 1/4 TS cable and an xlr, 1/4 out can be used as a through or to run stereo in (parallel) so technically you could have two xlr cables coming in going out the xlr, or your could run one 1/4 TS in and the other out to an amp while running the xlr out
Answered by: Carmen H.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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what cables do I need to operate a direct box?
Asked by: Anonymous
You will need an XLR microphone cable to connect to your mixing board and an instrument cable with 1/4 inch connectors to connect your instrument.
Answered by: Joseph G.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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