LR Baggs Session DI Acoustic Guitar Direct Box and Preamp

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LR Baggs

Acoustic DI with analog saturation and multiband compression EQ.

Inspired by the L.R. Baggs Handcrafted Video Sessions and their experience in some of Nashville' great studios, Session Acoustic DI brings our new signature studio sound to your live rig. The Session DI enhances your acoustic pickup and imparts the rich sonic character that you™d expect from an experienced audio engineer using some of the world' finest studio gear. L.R. Baggs has captured this studio magic and put it into a compact, easy-to-use DI that will transform your live sound.

  • Analog Saturation enhances warmth and harmonic content
  • Compression / EQ smoothes out common problem frequencies
  • Garret Null notch filter eliminates resonate feedback
  • Variable high-pass filter attenuates extraneous low frequencies
  • VU meter visually optimizes gain for passive and active pickups
  • Ground lift switch effectively eliminates ground-loop noise
  • All discrete signal path with XLR and quarter inch outputs
  • 48V phantom power, 9V battery or 9V DC powering options
  • Rugged enclosure constructed of aluminum, steel and ABS plastic
  • Footswitch for muting the signal
  • Includes custom L.R. Baggs carrying case

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Session DI Acoustic Guitar Direct Box and Preamp Specifications:

  • 1/4" Input
    Input Impedance: 10 Megohms
    Preamp Gain: -12dB to +26dB
    Input Level: -25dBv to 1.8dBv (0.53Vrms to 1.23Vrms)
    DI Output
    Output Level: -1dBv (0.88VRms) Balanced
    Output Impedance: 470 ohms
    Line Output
    Output Level: -1dBv (0.88VRms) Unbalanced
    Output Impedance: 470 ohms
    DC Power Consumption: 0.65W Max at 9V
    DC Current Draw: 3mA
    Voltage Range: 7.5VDC - 12VDC
    Power Supply: 9VDC with 100mA (or 1 watt) minimum
    Average Battery Life: 125 hours
    Phantom Power: 24VDC minimum
    Signal To Noise: 90dB, unweighted
    High Pass Filter
    Frequencies: 40Hz, 80Hz, 120Hz, 200Hz
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