Dee-Eye Preamp Signal Path:
? The Instrument Input impedance is 1,000,000 ohms.
? The Effects Loop Output impedance is less than 4,000 ohms.
? The Effects Loop Input impedance is 4,000 ohms.
? The XLR Output Impedance is 600 ohms.
? Frequency response is flat from 10 Hz to 20 KHz (+/- 1 dB).
Using the Dee-Eye Preamp to simply connect your instruments to a club's sound system:
? Stomp Tuner is optional.
? When you turn on the Stomp-Tuner, the XLR output to the Mix Board will be muted.
Using several effects boxes or a pedal board with the Dee-Eye Preamp:
? Connect Effects Boxes and/or a Stomp-Tuner in series to the Dee-Eye Preamp Effects Loop.
? Effect Boxes and/or Stomp-Tuner will affect the XLR output to the Mix Board.
Using the Dee-Eye Preamp with an on-stage Guitar Amp or Instrument PA:
? Add any effects boxes you want in series between the Dee-Eye Preamp and the PA.
? An XLR cable must be connected to supply Phantom Power
Using the Dee-Eye Preamp to convert a Single-Ended signal to XLR Balanced Output:
? The Dee-Eye can also be used as a high-quality passive direct box. The isolation transformer used in the Dee-Eye Preamp has a nearly linear response from 18 Hz to over 30 KHz.
? Power is not required.
? 4,000 ohm input-impedance, single-ended input
? 600 ohm output-impedance, balanced output