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Studiospares RED503 Passive Line Combiner

Product Code: 458220
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The AM414 combines two balanced inputs to a single output. All inputs and outputs are fully isolated from each other via a transformer...

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Single Channel Passive Line Combiner Superbly engineered from a die cast aluminium extrusion with metal endplates on which the connectors and switches are mounted. The AM414 combines two balanced (or unbalanced or a mixture of the two) to a single output. All inputs and outputs are fully isolated from each other via a transformer. An earth lift switch is provided. Metal XLRs throughout. Response 0.05db down at 20Hz and 20kHz Max input +20dBu.

Available in the RED 500 series are -

Studiospares RED501 Microphone Preamp (Code - 458200)
Studiospares RED502 Bi-Directional Bal/Unbal Convertor (Code - 458210)
Studiospares RED503 Passive Line Combiner (Code - 458220)
Studiospares RED504 Microphone Combiner (Code - 458230)
Studiospares RED505 Line Splitter (Code 458240)
Studiospares RED506 Microhpone Splitter (Code - 458250)

Customer Reviews
  • Verified Customer
    on 11 July 2011
    With respect, grommit, this product is a line combiner, not a microphone combiner. So I don't think you should complain about its performance when you're using it for something it's simply not designed for. Studiospares do make a microphone combiner, the RED504, product code 458230.
  • Verified Customer
    on 24 January 2011
    When Using 2 Balanced Mikes there is too much signal loss when switching off 1 mike to another