Most home studios contain an arsenal of gear that is carefully chosen. From synths and groove boxes to guitars and drums, the tools in your studio should be connected properly to work. But for some kinds of gear, making the best connection means you’ll want an extra piece of equipment—a DI box.
It’s a stage and studio staple that fixes issues in the signal flow.
However, what is a DI box? And why exactly do you need one?
In this article, we’ll explain all the things you should know about DI boxes and give recommended choices for the best ones on the market.
Let’s get started.