Whirlwind Direct2 2-channel Passive Instrument Direct Box

2-channel Direct Box with 20dB Pad and Ground Lift Switch
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Whirlwind Direct2 2-channel Passive Instrument Direct Box
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$125.00

No-nonsense, Great DI!

The Whirlwind Direct2 2-channel direct box converts unbalanced line, instrument, or speaker signals to low-impedance balanced levels. The Whirlwind Direct2 features 1/4" parallel wired in/out jacks, as well as ground lift switches to help eliminate buzz and hum. This DI uses Whirlwind's TRHL-M transformer with a metal shield, so you know you'll get top-quality performance from the Whirlwind Director.

Whirlwind Direct2 2-channel Direct Box Features:
  • 1/4" parallel wired in/out jacks
  • Ground Lift switch to help eliminate hum and buzz
  • 20dB pad switch for selecting between line/instrument or speaker level input signals
  • Uses Whirlwind's TRHL-M transformer with metal shield
The Whirlwind Direct2 direct box is a solid performer with great features!

Tech Specs

Type Passive DI
Channels 2
Inputs 2 x 1/4"
Outputs 2 x XLR, 2 x 1/4" thru
Manufacturer Part Number Direct2

Customer Reviews

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4.5/5

Good DI

This is a good DI the sound is goos and I really wanted a stereo DI taht wouldn't break the bank. While it is also not too cheap in price - you get what you pay for - it is quite good and quite good sounding. The case is also quite solid. I think it is extruded aluminum. The only thing I don't like about it is that the 1/4" sockets seem a bit too loose, and while I haven't had any problem with them coming undone, I have to keep an eye on it.
Music background: Live Sound Engineer, musician (bass)
See also: Direct Input Boxes, Whirlwind, Whirlwind Direct Boxes