Radial Engineering Shotgun 4-Channel Amp Driver

BH #RAGDMONSTER • MFR #R800-7215
Radial Engineering
Radial Engineering Shotgun 4-Channel Amp Driver
Key Features
  • Signal Buffer Routing to 4x Outputs
  • Mono & Stereo Modes
  • 3x Transformer-Isolated Outputs
  • 3x Phase Reversal Switches
The Tonebone Shotgun Four-Channel Amp Driver by Radial Engineering is a guitar-level buffer and routing system designed to distribute the high-impedance signal generated by electric guitars to up to four outputs without any sonic degradation. It operates in two configurations: mono—which pushes one signal to four separate outputs—or stereo, in which stereo inputs can be routed to two separate pairs of outputs, or four unique outputs.

This unit is especially advantageous to those who routinely use two or more amplifiers onstage at any one time. Its three transformer-isolated outputs have ground lift switches for eliminating hum, while its buffered outputs are capable of driving cable lengths in excess of 50' without audible signal ebb.
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  • This item is noncancelable and nonreturnable.

Radial Engineering Shotgun 4-Channel Amp Driver

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Radial Engineering Shotgun Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Direct and Transformer-Isolated Outputs
  • 3Distortion Where You Want It, Fidelity Where You Need It
  • 4Phase Switches
  • 5Proprietary Consistent Load Compensation Circuit
  • 6Durable Casing

The Tonebone Shotgun Four-Channel Amp Driver by Radial Engineering is a guitar-level buffer and routing system designed to distribute the high-impedance signal generated by electric guitars to up to four outputs without any sonic degradation. It operates in two configurations: mono—which pushes one signal to four separate outputs—or stereo, in which stereo inputs can be routed to two separate pairs of outputs, or four unique outputs.

This unit is especially advantageous to those who routinely use two or more amplifiers onstage at any one time. Its three transformer-isolated outputs have ground lift switches for eliminating hum, while its buffered outputs are capable of driving cable lengths in excess of 50' without audible signal ebb.

Direct and Transformer-Isolated Outputs

The first output is direct, while the other three are transformer isolated in order to reduce ground noise contamination

Distortion Where You Want It, Fidelity Where You Need It

The Shotgun exhibits less than 0.01% distortion while delivering a linear frequency response from 20 Hz to 20 kHz. Using the shotgun, your signal will only distort from your stompboxes—not from signal degradation

Phase Switches

You can flip the phase on outputs 2 through 4

Proprietary Consistent Load Compensation Circuit

The Consistent Load Compensation ("CLC") circuit retains a stable input impedance to ensure the character of the signal remains unchanged

Durable Casing

Case is fashioned from 16-gauge steel, shielding the power supply and providing protection for the electronics
UPC: 676101044191

Radial Engineering Shotgun Specs

Audio Circuit TypeBuffered signal distribution with 3x isolated outputs
Frequency Response20 Hz to approximately 20 kHz
Dynamic Range92 dB
Noise Floor-86 dBu
Equivalent Input Noise-90 dBu
Maximum Input8 dBu
Total Harmonic Distortion< 0.02% at -20 dB
Inter-Modulation DistortionApproximately 0.02%
Input Impedance220 kOhms
Output Impedance1.8 kOhms
Gain0 dB / -0.2 dB
Output Clip Level+4 dBu
Switches3x Ground Lift
3x Phase Invert
Power9 VDC - 25 mA, center negative
Construction16-gauge steel chassis and outer shell
Environmental ConditionsFor use in dry locations between 41 to 104°F / 5 to 40°C
Dimensions (L x W x H)4.5 x 3.5 x 1.4" / 111.4.3 x 92.0 x 34.8 mm
Weight1.1 lb / 0.5 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.375 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)6.4 x 4.25 x 2.95"
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