Moen NDI-E Buffalo - Mini Amp Emulator

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MOEN NDI-E - Buffalo Speaker Simulation DI 

The MOEN NDI-E is the compact version of the acclaimed MOEN Buffalo MO-BA, ideal for those players that have a great sounding guitar but don't have the dollars or the space for a top notch amp to go with it. Simple to connect, and can be used with or without a guitar amp.

Guitar Amp Simulation

The MOEN NDI-E has a balanced output to send the simulated signal direct to the mix desk, whilst allowing the true guitar signal to proceed unprocessed to the jack output stage of the pedal to your guitar amp. The processed signal simulates an authentic sound of an amplified guitar through a speaker cabinet, using specific quasi-loadbearing circuitry, powered with a 9v Adapter (not supplied).

Great for Recording and Live

This pedal is great for live and recording purposes. By going direct into the mixing desk, the need for a microphone and amplifier is eliminated, and time spend positioning mics can be spent focusing on performance. Without a microphone, the constant threat of "spill" into the microphone is non-existent, ensuring that a totally clean, pure and noiseless sound is delivered to the mixing desk.

Suitable for Other Instruments too

Because of the simple analogue design, The MOEN NDI-E can be used for other instruments such as acoustic guitar, and vocal effect units.

Main Features:

  • Unprocessed thru output
  • Ultra-small footprint - will fit on any pedal board
  • Connectors: 1/4" jack input and output, Balanced XLR
  • Input Impedance: 500k Ω
  • Output Impedance: 10k Ω
  • Power Supply: DC 9V / <10mA
  • Weight: 115g
  • Dimensions: 9 x 4.3 x 3.3 cm

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