"dpFX pedals" build handmade, hand-painted pedals and custom effects. All products are serial numbered. -- This is the Isolated ABY Splitter (active, buffered) --

This ABY Splitter (suitable both for bass & guitar) offers three equal outputs A,B & Thru. Output-B is isolated using an audio transformer in order to help you avoid ground loops when using two amps simoultaneously. The isolation is applied when the Ground Lift switch is engaged. To avoid phasing problems when using two amps there is also a Phase Reverse switch (180°) available for output-B which reverses the phase of your signal if required.
The THRU-output can be used to connect e.g. a tuner or to send your signal to another pedal chain or for recording reasons. Output-B, THRU and Input share a common ground. The A/B-footswitch allows you to choose your active output (A or B) while the Y-footswitch when engaged it activates both channels at once. The switching between channels is totally silent and pop-free.
The input stage is buffered with high impedance JFETs in order to pick up your instrument's signal the best way possible without affecting your tone. The audio trasformer has a flat response from 20Hz up to 20kHz so that it doesn't distort your signal. The output impedance is very low in order to suitably drive any amp or similar device.

- Voltage Required: DC 9-18 Volt (using 12-18V gives you more headroom) - Polarity: Negative tip
- Max Current draw: 10mA @ 9V - Input impedance: 3.3MΩ
- Output impedance: <1kΩ
- Frequency response: 20Hz-20KHz
Equipped with indicative LEDs to show you when the pedal is powered.

ConditionBrand New (New)
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  • Isolated ABY Splitter (active, buffered)
  • Blue / Yellow
  • 2021-2022
Made In
  • Greece

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Preveza, Greece
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