The ART S8 Microphone Splitter can be used to split eight balanced low impedance microphone signals into sixteen (eight pairs). Each channel of the S8 provides one direct output and one transformer-isolated output from a single microphone. >More
The Radial ProMS2 is a high performance mic splitter that accepts a balanced microphone signal and sends it to three outputs simultaneously. As a passive device, there is no need for power - you merely plug in and the ProMS2 automatically springs to life to deliver pristine audio without artifact or color. >More
The CBI XLR Splitter with Ground Lift a great accessory to have for live and recording situations. A female XLR input and two male XLR outputs give the CBI Splitter the ability to split a mic signal to go to two separate devices such as a live mixer plus a recording interface or monitor board. >More
The ProSplit provides one direct output and one transformer isolated output from a single microphone. Applications include sending the direct output to the main or Front-of-House mixer, with the second isolated output being sent to a monitor or recording mixer. >More
The S83WAY eight channel three way microphone splitter is ideal for live sound, recording and broadcast applications where microphone and XLR balanced line level input signals have to go to multiple mix locations. >More
Use the SPLITCom Pro to Split or Combine balanced low impedance microphone signals. As a Splitter: The SPLITCom Pro provides one direct-coupled output and one isolated output from a single microphone. As a Combiner: The SPLITCom Pro provides one output from two microphone inputs. >More
The Rolls MS20c Splitter/Combiner/Isolator will split a single balanced XLR signal into two isolated signals, combine two balanced XLR signals together into a single, or simply isolate a balanced line for buzz or hum elimination. >More
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