The Radial ProD2 features standard hi-Z inputs and thru-puts 1/4" connectors, -15dB input pads and ground-lift switches for each channel. The balanced output is 600 Ohm to interface with professional snake systems and consoles. All switches are recessed in a protective 'bookcover' zone to shield against damage from the road.
Performance is amazing: linear from 20Hz to 18kHz, the ProD2 features exceptionally low harmonic distortion and virtually zero phase distortion in the critical bass and mid zone, making it ideal for performance venues and studio work. Because of the transformer isolation, problems such as hum and buzz caused by ground loops are eliminated, making it very easy and hassle-free to use.
Built following Radial's tradition for maximum durability and finished in a tough deep green enamel, the ProD2 measures a tidy 3-1/4" x 5", very compact for a stereo unit and easy to fit in a guitar or accessory case. Ideal for stereo electric guitar, bass, keyboards or drum machines, the Radial ProD2 is destined to find it's way into the kit bag of musicans at all levels.
For more information, visit their web site at www.radialeng.com.
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