Radial Engineering ProAV1 Passive Multimedia Direct Box

BH #RAPROAV1 • MFR #R800 1112
Radial Engineering
Radial Engineering ProAV1 Passive Multimedia Direct Box
Key Features
  • For Multimedia Applications
  • Mono 1/4", Stereo RCA, and 3.5mm Inputs
  • Mono XLR Line-Level Input
  • Mic-Level Mono Sum at XLR Out
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The ProAV1 from Radial Engineering is a passive direct box designed for multimedia applications with the audio/video integrator in mind. The unit features a variety of mono and stereo inputs that are merged via a resistive mixer to mono, greatly simplifying signal management.
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Radial Engineering ProAV1 Overview

The ProAV1 from Radial Engineering is a passive direct box designed for multimedia applications with the audio/video integrator in mind. The unit features a variety of mono and stereo inputs that are merged via a resistive mixer to mono, greatly simplifying signal management.

To eliminate the need for various adapters, an array of connections are provided, including 1/4" for instruments, RCA and 3.5mm connectors for consumer electronics and computers, and a +4 dB XLR input for professional systems. The front-panel connectors can also be used as thru-puts to allow multiple patch points.

Custom wound transformers are able to withstand exceptionally hot levels while maintaining linearity from 20 Hz to 18.5 kHz. The resulting smooth Bessel curve is warm and natural, making the ProAV1 particularly adept at handling digital sources that can sound harsh. Transformer isolation adds the benefit of eliminating ground loops that cause audio hum and buzz and video hum.

The ProAV1 is ideal for events that interlace audio with video where audio sources can include smartphones, MP3 players, and video devices.

Professional direct box for multimedia applications
Ultraquiet passive design requires no external power source
Eliminates ground loops that can cause hum and buzz
Handles huge transients without distortion
UPC: 676101036530

Radial Engineering ProAV1 Specs

Input Connections1 x 1/4" TS
1 x 2RCA
1 x 1/8" / 3.5 mm TRS Mini
1 x XLR 3-Pin
Output Connectors1 x XLR
1 x 1/4" TS Thru-Put
1 2RCA Thru-Put
Input Level+18 dB a 20 Hz (Max)
Input Impedance140 Kilohms
Controls-15 dB Pad
Ground Lift Switch
Frequency Response20 Hz to 18.5 kHz, ±0.2 dB
THD0.01% (20 Hz to 20 kHz at -10 dB)
Phase Deviation1° at 100 Hz, 8° at 20 Hz
Common Mode Rejection Ratio+18 dB at 60 Hz
PowerPassive, no Power Required
Operating Temprature41 to 104°F / 5 to 40°C
Construction Material14 Gauge Steel Chassis and Shell
Dimensions (WxDxH)5 x 3.25 x 1.9" / 12.7 x 8.25 x 4.8 cm
Weight1.6 lb / 730 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.85 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)6.5 x 4.35 x 2.95"
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Can I take phone calls using a rca to 3.5 mm out to phone?
Asked by: Solomon
By using this device with a smartphone, the caller could be sent to a mixer/ recorder directly. The caller could be recorded on a separate track of audio on a recorder. The caller would only hear you through the mic of the phone, as though you were on speaker phone. To make the call recording easier and have the caller here your mics audio, you may want to purchase this new Zoom podcasting recorder: B&H # ZOPTP4PCREC.
Answered by: Daniel
Date published: 2020-09-09

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ProAV1 Can this unit output to a laptop's 1/8 microphone input for recording audio from a mixer?
Asked by: Stephen
No. The Pro AV1 converts consumer input (1/8) to balanced out (XLR) - the opposite of what you want. Radial makes the J-ISO and Pro-ISO that will do what you want. The J-ISO uses a Jensen transformer and is the one you want for studio recording. The J-PRO is good for broadcast use for recording vocal range audio and is cheaper than the J-PRO.
Answered by: Kevin W.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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I have Yamaha MWC12 mixer and would like to record directly with a videa camcorder using beachtec DXA-2T. Can I use the RCA rec out or Dual TRS out to connect to this box and connect to DXA-2T via xlr cable and record stereo sound? Thanks.
Asked by: Anonymous
you would want the av2 for that
Answered by: Carmen H.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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