Radial Engineering StageBug SB-6
The Canadian brand added to the StageBug family the SB-6 passive stereo isolator.
The StageBug SB-6 allows for eliminating noises that can be generated from certain sources. It includes Eclipse transformers and can handle balanced and unbalanced signals. A -10dB pad is available on the inputs for high amplitude signals, and the B output also features a polarity reverse switch.
The SB-6 is fully passive so you won’t need any external power supply.
US pricing is $115.
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