Built for eternity - the Palmer 8-channel DI Box PAN 16
As a special feature, the 8-channel device in 19" rack format on 1U, offers a maximum of 16 input terminals - the MERGE function makes it possible. It switches the parallel output of a channel as additional input and merges both signals to a mono sum. With two PAD switches, you can choose a 10, 20 or 30 dB attenuation; the ground lift switch disconnects the ground connection thus preventing ground loops.
The XLR outputs of the PAN 16 are electrically isolated and balanced by a high quality transformer. Their impedance is set at 600 ohms; the frequency response ranges from 10 to 40,000 Hz. They are equipped with 8 additional parallel outputs in 6.3 mm jack format arranged on the back panel of the device, that comes in a rugged housing made of powder-coated steel.
Developed in-house by Palmer, the high quality transformers and other selected components offer absolute reliability and easy handling in addition to a first rate audio performance.
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Adam Hall GmbH
Established as one of the first "boutique amp" manufacturers more than 35 years ago, Palmer Germany has developed into an internationally recognised brand in the music and audio industry. Palmer started with an extensive experience in equipment modifications, repairs and the individual production of special "little helpers", which at that time, no manufacturer had on offer, which results in today's successful product range meeting the highest demands.
Whether in the field of audio tools or musical instruments, Palmer convinces with pristine sound quality, extreme reliability and well thought-out solutions. For this reason, numerous renowned musicians and sound engineers around the world rely on Palmer products on stage and in the studio.
Palmer® is a brand of the Adam Hall Group.
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