Palmer ILM Passive Analog Speaker Simulation DI-Box

The Palmer ilm speaker simulation DI box removes all the uncertainties of amp micing. With a sophisticated filter switch simulating the sound behaviour of a real guitar speaker, it captures your authentic sound, even without a microphone.

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Palmer ILM Passive Speaker Simulation DI-Box

Above all, the Palmer ilm speaker simulation DI box removes all uncertainties of amp micing. There will be no need to worry about microphone choice, acoustic environment and positioning again. With a sophisticated filter switch simulating the sound behaviour of a real guitar speaker, it captures your authentic sound, even without a microphone.

ILM’s 3 Analog Guitar Speaker Simulations

In fact, the ilm’s direct signal always sounds the same, whether at home, in the studio, during rehearsals, or on stage. It offers three analog guitar speaker simulation settings, which represent typical guitar speaker models. Specifically, the speaker models on the ilm are  “normal”, “mellow” and “bright”.

How-To-Use

Generally, integrate the Palmer ilm between the guitar amp output and guitar speaker. However, this DI- Box can be useful for the amplifier’s line out. For input-level adjustment, the ilm has a pad switch with three settings: 0, -15 and -30 dB.

Your Sound First

Palmer ILM Passive Speaker Simulation DI-Box

The output of the Palmer ilm is balanced and transformer isolated which means there is no interference or ground loop hum when connecting it to a mixing console or audio interface. With the ilm, you can always rely on what really matters: Your music, your instrument and your sound.

ILM Key Highlights:

  • Analog Speaker simulation for authentic guitar sound without mic
  • Three sound settings: normal, mellow, bright
  • Can be used as DI box with speaker simulation bypassed
  • Analog Speaker simulation for authentic guitar sound without mic
  • Three sound settings: normal, mellow, bright
  • Can be used as DI box with speaker simulation bypassed
  • Balanced XLR output
  • Operation either between amplifier output and speaker or on the line output
  • Switchable pre-attenuation for adjustment to amp levels
  • No humming: galvanic transformer isolation
  • Ground lift switch
  • Simple and fail-safe, no power supply required
  • Solid casing made of aluminium and steel
  • Incl. rewritable tour label for attachment onto the back of the ilm
  • Engineered in Germany

Product type: Speaker Simulation DI-Box
Type: passive
Channels: 1
Transformer isolated: Yes
Inputs: 1
Input type: unbalanced
Input connectors: 6.3 mm jack
Outputs: 1
Output type: balanced
Output connectors: XLR
THRU outputs per channel: 1
Ground lift switch: Yes
More features Tone: Bypass, Normal, Bright, Mellow
Housing material: Aluminium continuous casting
Height: 140 mm
Width: 50 mm
Depth: 68 mm
Ambient temperature (in operation): – 20 – 70 °C
Relative Humidity: < 80 %, not condensing
Accessories (included): Inscription label (tour label), rubber feet
Weight: 0.445 kg
Max. input level (< 1% THD, 20 Hz): +12 dBu
Max. input level (< 1% THD, 1 kHz): +32 dBu
Frequency response (±1 dB, relative 1 kHz): 10 Hz – 60 kHz
Input impedance (1 kHz, max. Level, -10dBV): 8,8 kOhm
Output impedance (1 kHz, max. Level, -10dBV): 125 Ohm
THD (30 Hz, +4 dBu, unity, unweighted): < 0,25 %
THD (1 kHz, +4 dBu, unity, unweighted): < 0,009 %
IMD (SMPTE) (60 Hz / 7 kHz, 4:1, +4 dBu): < 0.005 %
Transformer ratio: 1:5

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