What is a DI?
What is a DI? Known as a “Direct Box” or “Direct Injection box", a DI is simply a device that converts Line level signal down to Mic level, which in turn allows the mixer to control gain properly at the desk.
Rupert Neve Designs DI
DI Boxes are essential to getting signal from instruments like a Keyboard, or bass guitar into an audio desk. Rupert Neve Designs make some of the best DI boxes on the market, and we think they’re worth taking a look at. Jeff and Phil discuss why the RND DI is a staple in their rigs, and why it should be for yours as well.
I/O Rack Overview | Elevation Church
A full breakdown of everything going in and out of the I/O rack at Elevation Church mobile campuses.
Audio Walkthrough | Elevation Church
The audio connection points and cable runs for mobile campuses at Elevation Church.
Connecting the I/O Rack | Elevation Church
A Step by step walkthrough in connecting audio to the I/O rack at Elevation Church mobile campuses.
Connections and Cable Types for PA Systems
Cabling is when you take what may typically be multiple cables and in essence, package them in a single “cabling”. There is a myriad of different types of cables in just audio alone. Cables have different purposes and it’s important to know why. Understanding speaker cabling can allow you to keep your gear running well and can cut down on the number of cable runs that are needed from your amps or consoles to your speakers.