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Amp's FX Send/Impedance/DI Box

Discussion in 'Backline' started by CronosBeyond, Feb 23, 2012.

  1. CronosBeyond

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    Currently I'm recording my stuff over the FX send of my Amp over a 5m unbalanced cable into my audio interface's preamp. Speaker simulation over Nebula.

    Everything's working fine but I just don't feel well running a 5m cable unbalanced :D So I think about using a passive DI box for getting a balanced signal after my FX send.

    I'm just a bit unsure about impedance missmatching. I did not find any information what impedance an amp's FX send has and if a passive DI Box is the right solution for my intend.

    Any experiences/tipps? :)
     
  2. A-STAR

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    Write an email to Engl support to ask what's FX impedance. For sure DI-Box will make a job especially because mic input of your balanced input on audio interface will sound less noisy than instrument.
     

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