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ART ProSplit - Two-Way Microphone Signal Splitter

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ART ProSplit - Two-Way Microphone Signal Splitter
Key Features
  • Direct Microphone Output
  • Isolated Output
  • Ground Lift Switch
  • Pad Switch
The ART ProSplit Microphone Signal Splitter is ideal for sending a secondary microphone signal to a monitor mixer or recording device, etc. The ProSplit features two XLR outputs. The direct output passes phantom power to the microphone and is intended to feed the main preamplifier, mixer or other input device.

The isolated output is provided to feed a secondary input device, such as a recording device or monitor mixer. A -29dB input pad switch provides added headroom and minimizes distortion. A ground-lift switch elliminates ground loop noise caused by connected devices.

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ART ProSplit Overview

The ART ProSplit Microphone Signal Splitter is ideal for sending a secondary microphone signal to a monitor mixer or recording device, etc. The ProSplit features two XLR outputs. The direct output passes phantom power to the microphone and is intended to feed the main preamplifier, mixer or other input device.

The isolated output is provided to feed a secondary input device, such as a recording device or monitor mixer. A -29dB input pad switch provides added headroom and minimizes distortion. A ground-lift switch elliminates ground loop noise caused by connected devices.

UPC: 840402018278

ART ProSplit Specs

Inputs
XLR Microphone
Outputs
XLR Direct Output
XLR Transformerless Output
Packaging Info
Package Weight
0.84 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
6.8 x 5.05 x 2.85"

ART ProSplit Reviews

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question

Does this give you a better sound quality?
Asked by: Joaquin L.
It doesn't IMPROVE audio, but it makes the split sound exactly the same on both channels you want to capture. If you just got a 'y' splitting cable, you'd lose some signal without the transformer. If the mic requires phantom power you could theoretically short out a rig or get hum without a device like this. The alternative would be worse audio.
Answered by: Derick
Date published: 2020-06-04
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