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Public price: $149 incl. VAT

Radial Engineering announces the availability of the new Trim-Two stereo passive direct box/isolator equipped with a volume control.

The new Radial Trim-Two gives musicians, DJs and live engineers the ability to add a tablet, smartphone or laptop computer to your PA setup.

The box features two 1/4“ jack, 2 RCA and one 1/8“ stereo inputs. These inputs are wired in parallel so that the line signal can be sent to two monitors for true stereo operation. The input panel also includes a level knob and you’ll find on the other side of the box right and left XLR outputs and a Ground Lift switch.

Radial announces a frequency response ranging from 20 Hz to 18 kHz and a capacity to handle signal up to +15 dB. Inside the Trim-Two are transformers for galvanic isolation between the source and destinations.

The Trim-Two is fully passive so it does not require any power supply or battery.

US price: $149.99

More info at www.radialeng.com.

 

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