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Behringer Truth B2031A

Active Monitor from Behringer belonging to the Truth series.

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1 Posted on 03/28/2010 at 12:03:14
Hello i have recently purchased a pair of behringer truth b2031a monitors really cheap and am currently only using them for casual use, i.e laptop and ipod whilst i am learning ableton. Basically i just want to know if there is a two way splitter box with volume control that the two 1/4" Trs cables from my truths (left and right) can into with a 3.5mm jack lead or input coming out? this is just to pop in my ipod or laptop etc for the moment.. I hate the cheap £2 splitters you can get like this one ----->

I am sorry if i am terrible at describing what i mean but if anybody could please suggest such an item for me i'd be very very grateful! This is the only item i think i've found that could solve my problem please let me know if it's not . http://www.proaudiosystems.co.uk/product-3500-5-39-37/mixers/art-splitmix4-four-channel-passive-splittermixer.html
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