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Rupert Neve Designs RNDI-S Stereo Active Transformer DI


An expanded two-channel version of our best-selling RNDI, providing massive tone & headroom for all of your instruments & stereo sources.

The RNDI-S’ signature sound is the product of custom Rupert Neve Designs transformers and class-A biased, discrete FET amplifiers. The carefully orchestrated union of these two elements is key to the unique response of the RNDI-S, delivering a powerful and vibrant direct sound capable of reproducing the full harmonic depth of basses, guitars, keyboards, acoustic instruments, professional line-level sources and consumer devices with a 3.5mm jack. With portable, powerful, larger-than-life tone, the RNDI-S is ready to make your stereo or mono direct sources shine.

  • Custom Rupert Neve Designs transformers for rich, powerful tone
  • Exceptional performance with any instrument
  • Unrivaled clarity from discrete FET amplifiers
  • Drives long lines with minimal loss
  • Rugged steel frame built for life on the road
  • Powered by dual 48V phantom power
  • Excellent phase coherence at all frequencies

Dimensions (W x D x H): 7”x 5” x 1.75”

Noise (Measured Output, Un-weighted, Source Impedance 150 ohms, 22Hz – 22kHz ) Better than -110dBV

Input Impedance:
Instrument Input : 2.2 Megohm
3.5mm Input : 95 Kilohm
Output Impedance Less than 40 Ohms

Frequency Response:
30Hz-63KHz: +/- 0.25 dB
12Hz-120Khz. +/- 1dB
Maximum Input Level : +20.5 dBu Typical
Maximum Output Level: +11.5 dBu Typical

Total Harmonic Distorion + Noise :
@ 1 kHz, -20 dBu Input Level, no load : 0.009% Typical (2nd and 3rd Harmonic)
@ 1 kHz, +20 dBu Input Level, no load : 0.35% Typical (2nd and 3rd Harmonic)
@ 20 Hz, -20 dBu Input Level, no load : 0.9% Typical (2nd and 3rd Harmonic)

Crosstalk @ 10 kHz
Instrument Input : -115 dB
3.5 mm Input : -108 dB

Power Requirements
Phantom Powered : 4.5mA Per Channel @ 48VDC

19” Rack Shelf Mounting Option : 4 hole pattern (bottom of unit) for 6-32 machine screws

Brand: Rupert Neve Designs


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