The Basswitch IQ DI opens up new dimensions in bass-signal amplification and routing by providing multiple functions in a single compact unit that''s designed to be used either in stand-alone mode or as the control center of a pedalboard.

Frankfurt, Germany (March 25, 2011) -- The Basswitch IQ DI opens up new dimensions in bass-signal amplification and routing by providing multiple functions in a single compact unit that's designed to be used either in stand-alone mode or as the control center of a pedalboard.


Uncompromising in sound, flexibility, and manufacturing, the Basswitch IQ DI gives the professional user the certainty of being adequately and optimally prepared for any situation, be it live performance or recording. German manufacturing and best-brand components guarantee maximum reliability and consistently high quality.

The Basswitch offers the following features:
• Lehle True Sound Technology
• A/B-Input switcher with piezo pick-up impedance switch
• Studio-grade preamp
• 4-band EQ with double semi-parametric mids
• Switchable blend/mix FX Loop
• Switchable FX Loop can also be used as solo booster
• Non-switchable serial effect loop
• Studio-grade DI Box featuring pad, pre/post and groundlift switching and a Lehle LTMZ transformer for optimal galvanic isolation
• Accepts all power supplies from 9 to 20 Volt
• Additional tuner out
• Mute switch
• Extremely robust construction with protected pots

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