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Sescom Balanced XLR A/B Passive Foot Switch

BH #SESESXLRABFS • MFR #SES-XLR-AB-FS
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Sescom Balanced XLR A/B Passive Foot Switch
Key Features
  • With Mute & Disconnect
  • 2 Inputs to 1 Common Output
  • Input/Output Expansion
  • No Power Required
The Sescom Balanced XLR A/B Passive Foot Switch provides convenience and durability to any dual-channel XLR setup. Switch between two XLR audio signals with the simple press of a toe--not only saving time, but wear-and-tear on cables that would otherwise have to be repeatedly connected and disconnected. The SES-XLR-AB-FS also offers a mute toggle switch and can function as input/output expansions for any equipment. Requiring no power for operation, this hands-free switcher is perfect for studios, home theaters, or even live performances.
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Sescom SES-XLR Overview

The Sescom Balanced XLR A/B Passive Foot Switch provides convenience and durability to any dual-channel XLR setup. Switch between two XLR audio signals with the simple press of a toe--not only saving time, but wear-and-tear on cables that would otherwise have to be repeatedly connected and disconnected. The SES-XLR-AB-FS also offers a mute toggle switch and can function as input/output expansions for any equipment. Requiring no power for operation, this hands-free switcher is perfect for studios, home theaters, or even live performances.

Designed to convert and switch between two inputs going to one common output with high quality locking XLR connectors.
Switch requires no power and is full duplex / bidirectional.
Foot switch operates the A/B switching while the toggle switch is a disconnect or mute switch that disconnects both the A and B signals from the common input/output.
Excellent for use in studios for PA or talkback switching, among other functions, and as it features hands-free operation it can be placed under the desk for ease of workflow.

Sescom SES-XLR Specs

ConnectionsInput/Output Source: XLR x2
Switching: XLR x1
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.4 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)6.1 x 3 x 2"
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Does the switch pop when switching output in live PA situation?
Asked by: Kevin
Hi Kevin. There will in all likelihood be an audible click or pop from the switch itself when depressed. However, as a passive device, whether that noise would bleed into the signal would depend on what is connected, according to our engineers, and there is no way to really tell what noise would come through the signal beforehand. I hope this is helpful. Thank you!
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Date published: 2020-05-20

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Is the image outdated? The SESCOM site shows a recessed A/B switch and these images show the older style and accident prone A/B switch.
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Yes, the image on Sescom's website does show the current version of the SES-XLR-AB which was recently updated with a recessed A/B switch. We will post the updated image to our website to show the current version of this item.
Answered by: Lisa
Date published: 2020-10-20

Can it be used to switch between two AES/EBU ...

Can it be used to switch between two AES/EBU inputs?
Asked by: Andrzej
Hi Andrzej, Thanks for inquiring. This switch can switch two AES/EBU signals. Since it's a passive switch, it won't be seamless switching, and there will be a dropout in the signal while switching, but it should otherwise work for you.
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Can this be used to switch a single input (a DAC) between two outputs (headphone amp, main rig amp)?
Asked by: Michael A.
Hi Michael: I don't see why it would be a problem since the unit is passive and has no internal electronics to contend with. You may hear a slight pop when switching between your two output sources and might have to mute or reduce the volume of the unit that you are switching to .Hope this helps.Rick
Answered by: Richard H.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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