Sescom Bidirectional Stereo Audio Switcher

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Sescom Bidirectional Stereo Audio Switcher
Key Features
  • Switch Between Two 3.5mm Sources
  • Bi-Directional: 1 In/2 Out or 2 In/1 Out
  • Connect Two iPods to Your House System
  • Switch Line Inputs to Amp, Mixer, or PC
The Bidirectional Stereo Audio Switcher from Sescom is a versatile audio device that lets you switch between two inputs or two outputs via three 3.5mm jacks. If you plug your iPod into the switcher, you can switch between two different outputs, like headphones and a stereo system, without unplugging anything. Conversely, you can plug two iPods into the switcher and they'll both run out to the same output, like a stereo. You can then switch between active iPods.

The Bidirectional Audio Switcher has other uses as well. It can switch line level inputs to amps, mixers, or PCs, or switch line level outputs between amps, mixers, or PCs. You can switch your PC sound card output between headphones and speakers, choosing to listen publicly or privately without unplugging anything. It's possible to switch your computer output between two sets of reference monitors or simply to bring rear-mounted computer mini jacks to the front of a desktop PC. It's also great for recording multiple sources with digital recording software. This switcher is a convenient tool to have in your studio or home and it also prevents wear and tear on your equipment.

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Sescom SES-IPOD-AB Overview

The Bidirectional Stereo Audio Switcher from Sescom is a versatile audio device that lets you switch between two inputs or two outputs via three 3.5mm jacks. If you plug your iPod into the switcher, you can switch between two different outputs, like headphones and a stereo system, without unplugging anything. Conversely, you can plug two iPods into the switcher and they'll both run out to the same output, like a stereo. You can then switch between active iPods.

The Bidirectional Audio Switcher has other uses as well. It can switch line level inputs to amps, mixers, or PCs, or switch line level outputs between amps, mixers, or PCs. You can switch your PC sound card output between headphones and speakers, choosing to listen publicly or privately without unplugging anything. It's possible to switch your computer output between two sets of reference monitors or simply to bring rear-mounted computer mini jacks to the front of a desktop PC. It's also great for recording multiple sources with digital recording software. This switcher is a convenient tool to have in your studio or home and it also prevents wear and tear on your equipment.

A/B Switching

This unit can switch between two 3.5mm sources such as iPods, PC sound card outputs, and more. It doesn't require power.

Bi-Directional

Changing the direction just means that you can have 1 input switching between 2 different sources (2 outputs). You can also have 2 inputs switching between 1 source (1 input)

Sescom SES-IPOD-AB Specs

Interface
Connector 13 x 1/8" / 3.5 mm TRS Female
General
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.13 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)5.6 x 3.8 x 1.45"
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Basically, I need a headphone A/B switch. That is, switch between two audio sources (computer output and mixer) without having to unplug my headphones. Will this do?
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Should work great! I use it to switch between headphones and wall speakers from my Mac. It even is made sturdy !!!
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Need to connect 2 CB radios (both mono connections) will this switch work with mono to toggle between the two?
Asked by: Matt M.
Yes, I think this stereo switch will work for use with a mono hookup. In the worst case short the two channels provided by the switch together.Peter H.
Answered by: PETER H.
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it works only with audio? or with microphone?
Asked by: Anonymous
This switch is going to work with any analog signal send them , but for a microphone switch you need to have a preamp before the switch, and them go from the preamp to switch, also you are going to need the adapter from xlr to 3.5mm, you can use it like a switch from 2 Input A/B Switch to 1 output or 1 Source to 2 switch output A/B .
Answered by: Erick R.
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