Hosa Technology SLW-333 - Passive Stereo Signal/Speaker Selector

Hosa Technology SLW-333 - Passive Stereo Signal/Speaker Selector

Hosa Technology SLW-333 - Passive Stereo Signal/Speaker Selector

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Hosa Technology SLW-333 - Passive Stereo Signal/Speaker Selector

Hosa Technology SLW-333 - Passive Stereo Signal/Speaker Selector

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The Hosa SLW-333 is a passive stereo speaker selector, housed in a rugged metal enclosure, allows for noiseless switching between up to three sets of powered monitors. The intuitive, versatile design features either 1 Stereo Input(source) and 3 Stereo Outputs(destination), and may be used in reverse provide 3 Inputs (multiple sources) going to 1 Output(a single destination). The unit is equipped with a large, sturdy, rotary 3-way switching knob, and balanced 1/4" TRS connectors.

UPC: 728736025486
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Hosa Technology SLW-333 - Passive Stereo Signal/Speaker Selector
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    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 1.5 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 6.299 x 5.591 x 2.362"
    SLW-333 - Passive Stereo Signal/Speaker Selector is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 21.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great option for switching between studio monitors Great option for switching between studio monitors when you do not have a need for volume control. I have an UA Apollo audio interface which has a dedicated volume control for monitors, but only outputs for one set of monitors. I use this switch to flip between a pair of Adam A7Xs and Avantone Mixcubes. This has been a perfect solution for me as you can take the monitor outs from your interface and then hook them up to the 1/4 inputs on the switch to select between up to three sets of monitors. The construction of the switch is simple, but looks like a durable design. The metal enclosure for the switch feels substantial and for the price point I don't know that there is a better option.
    Date published: 2016-01-12
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Why me? I thought this would be a good product when I opened it and felt the weight of it, but the day I installed it the selector knob came loose and let's face it, it's the only moving part on the whole box! It's locked to the shaft with a set screw that won't stay set! The turning of the knob is not like pushing a button, it's forceful action and the current model has an inferior/weak knob/shaft. what's the point of having this be the weakest part of this tank-like box? Until I do a work-around on this knob I am relegated to using pliers to switch the selector shaft! Why me? Lastly, I hope they find a better selector mechanism for retro-fitting the current model.
    Date published: 2010-10-02
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from What works for you. I chose over Presonus work station because it seem like I can hear the true sound of my monitors better. Plus it's passive, no extra power supply needed and the unit takes up less space. Also, simple to setup. The build quality seems a lil cheaply made for the price you pay. This is my second one. I recommend not using Monster cables cause they busted up the input cavity. I mean it went completely through the end of compartment. Also, it ripped some of the soldered connections too. That's when I was removing cable, seem like it just locked in. Had to use a nice amount of strenght to remove. The knob can be stripped easliy. But, at the end of the day, it does what it suppose to. So that's why I would recommend
    Date published: 2010-10-03
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect for home studio! I have Rokit 6's, a decent pair of PC speakers and a mono mix cube. All these are powered so I can set the levels of all 3 evenly and switch between them to search for mix issues. Quiet simple signal path switching for the right price. I love it. Thanks.
    Date published: 2014-05-13
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Works well when it works Nice clean audio-switching to different outputs (in my case, headphones and studio monitor speakers) when it works. However, the right output jack on one of the three output channels suddenly stopped working a few months after purchase. When I gently moved the cord, it felt like a connector inside the box had come loose. Luckily the SLW-333 has three sets of output jacks and I only have two output devices, so I was able to move from the broken outputs to the third (working) set, and it's still doing OK for now. Still, I know it's just a matter of time until another set fails, and I need to buy a new signal selector. I bought this because it was relatively cheap, but nect time, I may try something more expensive (and hopefully durable).
    Date published: 2014-01-25
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Fine...until the internal switch seized Purchased elsewhere about a year and a half ago. Used to select line level signals from one of three audio sources routed to power amp and speakers. Worked quietly and well until the rotary switch simply seized and could not be turned. Opened the unit and found a surprisingly cheap rotary switch... I've decided to replace it with a Coleman Audio LS3
    Date published: 2011-01-06
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for the price! This device works fine as I needed to monitor multiple sources easily. I like the weight of the box so when I turn the knob it all sits and doesn't move around. I'm always gentle with gear and there were reviews on how flimsy the control is. I can't comment on others experiences but for the money this solved my problem instantly. It just wasn't worth my time to build something which I can easily do.
    Date published: 2016-03-28
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Hosa Speaker Switcher My console only has 2 outs for speakersI recently added a pair of Tannoy Reveal 502's to my existing NS-10's and Tannoy Little Gold monitors set up and needed a 3rd inputThe Hosa Speaker Selector worked perfectly1/4 TRS/TS connections made it it easy connect my console's output to existing 1/4 power amp feeds and adding 1/4 feed to the powered TannoysSwitches quietly as well and only $
    Date published: 2015-06-01
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