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ART S8 8-Channel Microphone Splitter

Code: 61025   
ART S8 8-Channel Microphone Splitter

(1 review)

£199.17

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€240.00 (euros)

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S8 8-Channel Microphone Splitter description:

The ART S8 8-Channel Microphone Splitter can be used to split eight balanced low impedance microphone signals into sixteen balanced low impedance microphone signals (eight pairs). Each channel of the S8 provides one direct output and one transformer isolated output from a single microphone. Applications include sending the direct outputs to the main or Front-of-House mixer, and the second isolated outputs being sent to a monitor or recording mixer. The direct outputs pass phantom power from the main mixer to the microphones for use with condenser microphones.

The ART S8 includes a ground-lift switch on each isolated output to reduce noise due to ground loops between connected equipment. For versatility the S8 also features an attenuator pad switch on each input that can be used to connect preamplified signals to the two microphone-level outputs on each channel. Typical preamplified signals would originate from instrument preamplifiers, mixers, keyboards and more.

The ART SLA1 100 Watt Power Amplifier main features include:

  • Ideal solution for splitting microphone sources to feed multiple mixing consoles
  • Fully transformer isolated
  • Passes phantom power from main mixer
  • Individual ground lift on each channel
  • Individual pad switch on each channel

Manufacturer: ART

This page first created on: 10/12/2008

Customer Reviews


GB

Review:
For a passive device this seemed expensive, there is no where to plug in any power cable.
But wow there is no loss of quality and works exactly as expected splitting the mic signals between the sound card and mixer.

This customer purchased the product in January 2015