The RNDI is not your everyday DI. Besides acting as a high-class DI for your instruments like guitar or bass, it can also be used for re-amping, recording line sources, or even to record the output of a power amplifier!
Thanks to the RNDI’s new custom Rupert Neve-designed transformers and class-A biased, discrete FET amplifiers, you can unlock your instrument’s full potential by capturing their full harmonic depth. The RNDI enriches your original signal by adding subtle amounts of musical and pleasant sounding harmonics and gives you the full bodied sound that Neve is famous for.
The output stage of the RNDI is capable of handling long cable runs with minimal losses. This is very important for both live and studio environments where the unamplified signal may travel almost 100ft before hitting an amplifier.
In instrument mode, the RNDI’s high input headroom is capable of handling not only instruments, but professional, line level sources like interfaces, CD players and drum machines without a pad. This allows the RNDI to serve as a way to “re-preamp” any previously recorded track using your interface and a desired pre-amp.
In speaker mode, the RNDI can record the output of even high-powered amplifiers, allowing the engineer to avoid any bleed in a live environment and any unwanted tone added by the speaker cabinet or microphone.
Needless to say, the RNDI is built like a tank, just as you’d expect from any piece of equipment by Rupert Neve. The RNDI is powered by standard 48V phantom power.
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