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Re: Splitting Signal
Wow ! Cool. Will give it a look.
This is all such voodoo...
On Aug 8, 2011, at 2:42 AM, Simeon Harris wrote:
> for info, it was the mtr ps-4
> i used it in the back of my rack to split the signal from my triaxis
> to my repeater, lp-1, kaoss pad and tc d2
> worked like a charm, with no signal degradation or interference
> i then used a behringer mixer to blend everything back together
> On Mon, Aug 8, 2011 at 10:32 AM, Simeon Harris
> <email@example.com> wrote:
>> I used a simple passive headphone splitter for years. Worked perfectly.
>> me 40 quid
>> Sent from my iPod
>> On 8 Aug 2011, at 02:50, Phil Clevenger <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>> (sorry if duplicate post, mail gremlins here...)
>> Hey Loopfolk, seeking some product advice.
>> Currently I'm taking mono send from my Mesa Boogie Mark IV's effects
>> out to multiple loopers (EDP, LP1, Repeater), and back to the Mk4's
>> returns, summed to stereo via (at the moment) a little Mackie 1202
>> For now, I'm splitting that mono send into multiple looper inputs plus
>> signal direct into mackie via a less than optimal Morley ABC box
>> but it's noisy and a little bejankety :)
>> I've seen a lot of talk here about mixers, but not so much about
>> how to take one mono send and feed that to multiple inputs....
>> I am looking hard at this (costly) unit from
>> Radial: http://www.radialeng.com/di-jd7.htm
>> Anyone have experience with it? Are there cheaper alternatives anyone
>> Phil :)