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Whirlwind PCDI Stereo Passive Direct Box

$15.00 USD

Price listed is DAILY RENTAL RATE
Daily Rate = 24 Hour Period

Multiple Day and Long Term Rental discounts available upon request.

Delivery or Pick Up Options?

You can pick up from our warehouse @ 276 Meserole Street in Brooklyn. There is a $40 warehouse prep fee on all orders being picked up by clients from our warehouse in addition to the cost of the equipment. This is a PER ORDER charge and NOT A PER ITEM charge.

We offer delivery options within the New York City Area. Fee is based on equipment and distance.

When you go through our checkout system, you will have the option to select delivery or warehouse pick up.

Insurance & Deposit Requirements

Insurance is required for all rental items where CLIENT is operating equipment on their own. This security is  NOT required where CROSSFIRE will set up & operate the equipment.

If you are not sure about insurance requirements for your order / event, please contact us at your earliest convenience for details @ 1.800.884.0653


The pcDI from Whirlwind is a dual channel direct box with RCA phono, 1/8" TRS stereo mini, and 1/4" TS connectors, designed to interface unbalanced stereo line sources with professional, balanced low impedance equipment. Output is via corresponding color coded XLRs.

The pcDI features a ground lift switch per channel to help eliminate hum, a 20 dB pad switch for connecting "hot" signals and is perfect for interfacing the outputs of CD players, computer sound cards, tape decks, etc. A stereo/mono switch allows for stereo operation or for combining both inputs into a mono signal that is sent to both outputs.

    Color coded RCA phono In/Thru jacks
    1/8" stereo mini input
    Two 1/4" TS unbalanced line inputs
    Color coded XLR output jacks
    Per channel ground lift switches to help eliminate hum and buzz
    20 dB pad for connecting "hot" input signals
    Stereo/mono switch for stereo operation or for combining both inputs into a mono signal sent to both outputs