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Splits to 2 VDM 150 mulitpin connectors
(3) Dual Flight Cases
16 and 13 amp Power panel fed by UPS
16 way return's panel.
Radial 8ox - eight channel 3-way splitter
Compact 8-channel multi-purpose mic splitter
Rear pannel D-sub and Phoenix screw terminals
Ideal for live Recording and signal distribution
Choice of custom Radial or Jensen transformers
Choice of 19" rack or frame mounted designs
The Radial 8ox is a high performance, 8-channel mic splitter with 3 outputs on each channel: a direct output for 48V phantom return, and auxiliary output with ground lift switch and a transformer isolated output.
Although primarily designed for mic signals, the 8ox is equipped with a 20dB pad for line level sources. This makes the 8ox highly adaptable for all types of signal splitting and particularly well suited to accommodate live Recording by delivering a transformer isolated audio signal path for the Recording engineer while providing a direct feed to the front of house and monitor consoles.
For maximum flexibility, several connector options are available: Inputs may be accessed via the front panel using standard XLRs or on the rear panel with choice of 25 pin D-subs wired to the Tascam standard or Euro screw-down terminal connectors. Outputs include D-Subs and Euro connectors which are also located on the rear panel. These make it easy to connect to popular multitrack Recording systems while providing easy termination for permanent installations.
Because it is 100% passive, it does not require any power to make it work and maximum durability is ensured with heavy duty 14 gauge steel construction throughout. A frame mounted version called the 8ox CI provides an excellent option for installation inside standard electrical Nema enclosures. The Radial 8ox comes standard with our custom wound transformers or may be special ordered with Jensen Transformers.
The Radial 8ox a great sounding splitter that is easy to use, compact and convenient.
Front: Balanced XLR with ground lift and pad
Rear: 25-pin D-sub or Phoenix screw-down connectors for each channel.
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Radial Engineering is a manufacturer and distributor of professional audio equipment, building tools for the working audio and audio-video professional. Radial is located on the Fraser River, just outside Vancouver, British Columbia in the municipality of Port Coquitlam. The company began operations in the fall of 1991 as the Canadian distributor of Mogami cable and Jensen Audio Transformers. In 1992, it became a limited corporation under the JP Cabletek Electronics Ltd. banner. The Radial name was first used on house branded cables and snake systems. The Radial name and logo represents a cross section of quad cable; Radial being round. In 1996 the Radial JDI direct box was launched. This led the way to the Radial JDV and today, over 50 electronic products are now being produced under the Radial, Tonebone and Forest Audio brands. In 2001, the Primacoustic brand was launched to address the growing demand for acoustic products for the burgeoning home recording market and in 2006, the company officially changed its name to Radial Engineering Ltd.
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