NO STEREO CROSSTALK!
NO STEREO IMAGE COLLAPSE!
DOES NOT AFFECT THE STEREO IMAGE!
DUAL STEREO BALANCED SIGNAL PATH!
FULLY BALANCED FROM INPUT TO OUTPUT!
NO RELATION/CONNECTION BETWEEN L/R SIDES!
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A commonly used technique is to switch between two or more sets of monitors, which enables the audio engineer to evaluate how the mix will sound in various listening environments by testing it with different sized drivers and at different levels. Balanced audio switching device designed for balanced or unbalanced stereo or mono audio signal routing for analogue devices like DAW analog outputs, outboards or monitors. Utilizes DSUB / DB25, XLR or TRS balanced connectors. Device requires no power for operation, this can be an advantage in applications where various regulatory compliances would otherwise be required. An audio switcher is a device that helps you send audio signals from different sources to one destination or from one source to various devices, such as speakers and studio monitors. It’s useful in studios, at live events, and for home entertainment systems. Audio switchers come in various types. You need you to physically switch between sources using buttons or knobs, There are also different audio switchers based on how many inputs and outputs they have. Some have just two inputs and one output, while others can have up to 16 inputs and 16 outputs. Audio switchers find use in many situations. For instance, in a recording studio, they help route audio signals from multiple microphones to a mixing console. At live performances, they’re handy for switching between different instruments or performers on stage. They’re also great for home entertainment systems, where you can use them to switch between a DVD player, a gaming console, and a cable box. Picking the right one depends on your needs. If you only need to switch between a few sources, a manual switcher with two or four inputs might do the job. However, if you’re managing many sources and outputs, an automatic switcher with more inputs and outputs could be necessary. Now, let’s explore how an audio switcher can assist with music production. If you’re into making music, you understand the need for a smooth audio setup. It’s super frustrating during a recording session to keep unplugging and plugging in different audio devices. This not only wastes time but can also mess with your creative flow. This is where audio switchers come to the rescue. An audio switcher lets you switch between multiple audio sources with ease. That means you can keep all your audio gear connected at once and switch between them by pushing a button. This is a big help in music production when you have several instruments, microphones, and audio gadgets connected to your setup. One great thing about using an audio switcher in music production is that you can swiftly switch between different instruments and microphones. This comes in handy, especially when recording a live band or group. Instead of messing with cables and tweaking your audio settings, you can just use the audio switcher to quickly shift between instruments and mics. Designed for Mackie, Adam Audio, Avantone, Focal, JBL, KRK, M-Audio, Neumann, Presonus, Swissonic, Yamaha, Genelec, PSI Audio, KS Digital, Dynaudio, Subzero, IK Multimedia and more