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Radial Engineering SGI TX/RX Studio Guitar Interface  

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Lay down guitar parts from inside the control room.

A transmit and receive module allows your guitar signal to travel through 350' of balanced cable to a distant amplifier. The SGI is a unity gain device that features 100% discreet Class-A circuitry and transformer isolation to eliminate ground loops. It also has a Drag Control load correction circuit, DC connection for provided 15VDC supply, and ground lift.

The SGI receive module features an XLR input and ground lift. Made from heavy-duty 14-gauge steel with internal I-beam frame and protective zone around switches and connectors. With the SGI, the guitarist can now play the roles of performer, engineer, and producer while saving immeasurable time during the recording process.

  • Transmit and receive module
  • Sends a signal through 350' of balanced cable
  • 100% discreet class-A
  • Transformer isolation
  • Drag Control load correction circuit
  • DC connection for provided 15VDC supply
  • Ground lift
  • XLR input
  • Made from heavy-duty 14-gauge steel
  • Internal I-beam frame
  • Protective zone around switches and connectors

You can be in the next state and still have great tone. Order now.

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Good Box!


from Minneaplis MN

Comments about Radial Engineering SGI TX/RX Studio Guitar Interface:

Clean sound - very nice build like all the Radial gear. The only ding is that in order to run it from the control room out to the recoding space I needed a M/M and a F/F adapter. to turn the mic cables around. When the drag more wide open it did impart a slight noise but nothing noticeable once recorded.

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