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ARX Systems BSX16
Active mic/line splitter
A single-channel 16-way active press/broadcast splitter with transformer balanced and isolated output splits, the BSX16 features dual inputs with individual gain and level controls. Dual loop outputs are available to connect the BSX16 to additional units, or for the dual inputs to continue on to a mixing console. An additional XLR PA output connector is available on the rear panel for basic system connection. Numbered marker panels above or below each split provide a space where individual connections can be noted. Splits 1-8 are at line level, and splits 9-16 are switchable mic or line level. There is a -20dB input pad switch, plus silently switchable 48V phantom power, LED metering (-40dB, 0dB and +6dB) and a separate pre-fade headphone level control and socket, for signal monitoring. Internally, RF input filtering removes both common mode and differential interference at ultrasonic frequencies and above.
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