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T-Rex Engineering announces their stereo PolySwitch — T-Rex says it's the world's first true hardwire stereo A-B switch. PolySwitch is a solution for guitarists looking to route their signal to two different setups — even in stereo — and switch between these.


PolySwitch lets you split your stereo signal and switch between outputs. It also works “backwards”, letting you run two separate stereo instruments into a single amplifier or other signal destination. And with every input and output available in stereo, it’s a great solution for keyboardists or anyone else needing to route a stereo signal to two destinations or two stereo signals to a single stereo in.

PolySwitchAB is specially engineered to protect the natural integrity of your sound — all the way through the signal path. True hardwire signal routing, top-grade electronics, and a built-in buffer switch for low-level signals caused by long cables, for instance, make sure you don’t lose a single ounce of your precious tone.

Product specifications:

  • Input Impedance @ 1KHz with buffer OFF: 3.5Mohm
  • Input Impedance @ 1KHz with buffer ON: 862Kohm
  • Output Impedance @ 1KHz with Buffer OFF: >10Mohm
  • Output Impedance @ 1KHz with Buffer ON: 120Ohm
  • Power supply: 9V DC (Power tool 9)
  • Minimum Power supply Voltage: 8V DC
  • Maximum Power supply Voltage: 12,5V DC
  • Current Draw @ 9V DC: 19mA
  • Maximum input signal Vp/p With buffer OFF: Input = output. No limit
  • Maximum input signal Vp/p With buffer ON: 4Vp/p
  • Battery Type: 9V battery 6F22
  • Battery Life: 5 to 8 hours
  • External connectors: Input(L), Input®, Out(A)left/ Right, Out(B)left/ Right
  • Controls: On/Off, buffer
  • Depth: 120mm
  • Width: 110mm
  • Height: 55mm
  • Weight (excl. Battery): 430g


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