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  • JeffTadashiJeffTadashi

    A simple midi splitter

    M-Audio Thru 1x4Published on 08/14/12 at 19:39
    The M-Audio Thru 1x4 (which is actually produced by the company's former name, Midiman) is a simple box that takes an input midi signal, and splits it into four midi signals, all though basic midi connections. It required no additional power in almost all cases, as it is a low-powered device that simply powers off the residual power that is present in the input midi signal. There is a red LED that indicates that the Thru 1x4 box is properly receiving power. In some rare cases, you may need to use an additional external power supply with this splitter, if the signals tend to be high power, or if the phantom/active power is not present in the input midi signal. In this case, you would need a …
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    The M-Audio Thru 1x4 (which is actually produced by the company's former name, Midiman) is a simple box that takes an input midi signal, and splits it into four midi signals, all though basic midi connections. It required no additional power in almost all cases, as it is a low-powered device that simply powers off the residual power that is present in the input midi signal. There is a red LED that indicates that the Thru 1x4 box is properly receiving power. In some rare cases, you may need to use an additional external power supply with this splitter, if the signals tend to be high power, or if the phantom/active power is not present in the input midi signal. In this case, you would need a simple guitar-pedal like power adapter, but I'm not sure if it's the exact same power adapter, as I've never had a chance to test this feature. This port does run off of 9 Volts DC power, which is the same as guitar pedal power.

    UTILIZATION

    This splitter can be a little hard to find, but it is extremely useful in midi applications, specifically if you have a few midi devices that do not have a midi out or midi through. Normally, you can chain all of your devices together with one continuous line, connecting the midi thru of one device to the midi in of the next, and so forth. However, there are several popular midi devices that do not have a midi thru, or their midi out does not function as a midi thru. This was the case for me, with some Line 6 amps, the Digitech Whammy, and other devices. That is where the 1x4 becomes extremely useful, and because it does not need external power, is can be placed anywhere in your midi signal chain.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Overall, this is a great, small, convenient product that works great, if you can find it. Worth every penny!
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  • papi1970papi1970

    Very handy!

    M-Audio Thru 1x4Published on 02/16/12 at 05:50
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    1 IN 4 OUT for! or how to multiply the loaves!

    UTILIZATION

    In my case, this case is connected directly to one of the outputs MIDI OUT of my Roland MV8000 (which only has two outputs MIDI Out). Thus it can distribute four expanders in parallel without ever passing through the Thru, it is therefore not obliged to use any light for example a single expander.
    A tip top, self-powered via MIDI, which exempts us from any external 9V power supply, provided you have a small length of cable.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Working exclusively in MIDI, this case is very convenient, reliable and robust. Made of thick sheet metal, it reminds me of projects year-end BEP Electronics!! electronics …
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    1 IN 4 OUT for! or how to multiply the loaves!

    UTILIZATION

    In my case, this case is connected directly to one of the outputs MIDI OUT of my Roland MV8000 (which only has two outputs MIDI Out). Thus it can distribute four expanders in parallel without ever passing through the Thru, it is therefore not obliged to use any light for example a single expander.
    A tip top, self-powered via MIDI, which exempts us from any external 9V power supply, provided you have a small length of cable.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Working exclusively in MIDI, this case is very convenient, reliable and robust. Made of thick sheet metal, it reminds me of projects year-end BEP Electronics!! electronics architecture is simple, very reliable!
    The shots I bought a second to connect the appropriate MIDI output on the second of my MV8000 potientiellement which will distribute eight expanders in parallel.
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  • Anonymous

    M-Audio Thru 1x4Published on 05/02/05 at 09:54
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Bottom thru between 1> 4 outputs.

    UTILIZATION

    No pb, is simple, has turned without power but we can log a case o.

    OVERALL OPINION

    It works, that's all, and then looks solid.

    However, the first one delivered me silent defective but me has changed over problem.

    Next time I take a direct 8X8 MIDI patchbay because we found for twice the price of it.
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