Adding headphone monitoring to any piece of audio equipment.
Boosting weak headphone outputs in high SPL environments.
The PA-1 accepts either balanced or unbalanced stereo, line level signals through parallel XLR and 1/4" TRS inputs.
A switch changes the input connector configuaration from separate balanced inputs to combination unbalanced
(Tip/Pin2 = Left, Ring/Pin3 = Right)
for accepting signals from sources such as headphone jack outputs.
Powered by two 9 volt batteries that load into easy access drawers or external AC power supply (included).
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The NEW AS8X4 Active Splitter
The new Whirlwind AS8X4 microphone splitting system provides a new level of
versatility for systems requiring
mic splitting for as few as 8 or as many as 64 channels.
This system is based on rack mount modules, each having the capability of
splitting 8 mic channels to 1 direct (passive) and 4 active destinations.
A pair of high quality Lundahl transformers (Sweden) on each channel provide
superior noise rejection and balancing, making this unit the ideal choice in
applications where extremely long cable runs are required.
Each channel features switches for engaging a 20dB input pad, 48V
phantom power and for placing the channel into "listen" mode which adds it to a
headphone monitoring buss.
A three step LED monitors available headroom.
Two power supplies are available, one for powering up to 3 units (24 channels)
or a larger supply for powering up to 8 units (64 channels).
All connections are made via Phoenix terminal strips for easy, solderless, on
site termination. Dip switches are provided for each channel which set
ground lift status and provide 10dB or 20dB of gain boost per channel. An
additional 20dB of output boost can be switched in for each pair of channels.
AS8X4 Active Splitter $1719.00
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Use this handy box when you need to split a line level* signal up to 6 times.
Features 1 female XLR input wired to 6 male XLR outputs.
Perfect when adding extra amplifiers to a system, connecting multiple powered
speakers, splitting intercom lines, etc.
* Line level outputs can usually be split 6 times without noticeable loss of signal quality.
The actual number of splits that can be accomplished depends on the level of the
source signal and the impedances of the source and destinations in a particular application.
It is not recommended that the SPLIT 6 be used to split a microphone level signal to more
than two or three outputs. Attempting to do so may result in poor frequency response and
reduced signal level. The SPLIT 6 may be used to split microphone level signals in most
applications if this limit is observed.