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Radial Engineering adds to its catalog the ProMS2 single channel microphone signal splitter.

The Radial ProMS2 is the single channel version of the OX8 mic splitter, and is designed for more compact PA applications or for low-budget setups.

The ProMS2 circuit is entirely passive and discrete, and uses an Eclipse ET-MS10 transformer.

The compact box features a –30dB pad and three outputs: the first is a direct-coupled out that will be connected to the PA and offers a return path for the 48V phantom power ; the second is transformer-isolated and the third is a direct auxiliary out completed with a Ground Lift switch. It can be connected to the monitors, the recording gear or broadcast remote truck.

The ProMS2 is manufactured in Canada, it retails in this country for CA $150 or in the US for $140. More info at www.radialeng.com.

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