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List Price: $300.00
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Product Code: 1827


Radial JS3 Microphone Splitter

Radial JS3 Microphone Splitter - Jensen Transformer equipped mic splitters that allow a balanced source to drive multiple destinations

Radial JS3 Details
The Radial JS3 is a Jensen Transformer equipped mic splitter that allows a balanced source to drive multiple destinations via standard XLR connectors. These passive devices feature a premium nickel laminated core transformer for exceptionally low harmonic distortion without the usual phase shift caused by lesser steel core transformers.


The undisputed benefit of 100% transformer isolation provides better than -90dB common mode noise rejection (CMR), thus eliminating troublesome hum & buzz caused by stray voltage and ground loops. These ??problem-solvers?? offer a simple yet highly effective interface for microphones or direct boxes, and with the addition of the -30dB pad, consumer and line level devices may be employed without distortion or fear of overload due to saturation.


The Radial JS3 mic splitter features a rugged 14-gauge steel construction for maximum durability. A unique book-end design creates a protective zone for switches and connectors against the harsh environment of concert touring. An internal welded I-beam skeleton houses the PC board, creating a virtually indestructible monocoque design that makes it impossible to torque the circuitboard. This eliminates stress on the solder points which can cause cold solder joints to develop. This innovative design also has the unique advantage of allowing up to 8 units to be rack-mounted using the Radial J-Rak. The J-Rak is a heavy-duty rack shelf that allows the splitters to span across a vertical array using only two 19? rack spaces.


The Radial JS2 and JS3 mic splitters are easy to use, flexible and sound great!
"What's the difference between the JS2 and the JS3?"
The Radial JS3 features two identical isolated outputs for 100% isolation while the more affordable JS2 features one isolated output and a direct-coupled auxiliary output with ground lift switch. This feature allows the JS2 to be used as a 3-way splitter where the 3rd auxiliary output may feed an isolated broadcast split or used in a less critical application.
***Note: BOTH the Radial JS2 Microphone Splitter and the Radial JS3 Microphone Splitter operate as 3-way splitters. 


Radial JS3 Features

  • 100% isolation to eliminate ground loops
  • Jensen transformer-equipped for best sound
  • XLR-F Input with 1 XLR-M Direct Output and 2 XLR-M Transformer Isolated Outputs 
  • Microphone or line level signal handling
  • Compact design - may be J-Rak mounted
  • Ultra rugged 14-gauge steel construction


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Average Customer Review 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 2 | Write a review!

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Radial JS3 Microphone Splitter is awesome! February 14, 2014
Reviewer: Bill- Yetti from IL United States  
The JS3 is such a great box, more than just a mic splitter, but the ability for COMPARING 3 different mic preamps at the same time. Also the ability to use your favorite mic pre insert, and split that output signal to both your DAW and to a X-Box (reamp box) for real time recording of both.

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Radial JS3 Microphone Splitter December 21, 2010
Reviewer: Stu Miller from York, PA United States  
Does what the manufacturer claims. No signal degradation that I can tell.

A bit on the expensive side, compared to some other mic splitters, but it works as advertised so the money wasn't wasted (can't say that about all my sound- equipment purchases unfortunately!).

Appears to be a good quality item.

I bought three of them and hope to eventually purchase five more and build a rack of eight using Radial's optional rack assembly.

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