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Discussion in 'Miscellaneous [BG]' started by basskiddanny, Feb 13, 2002.
is there any way to split a lead into two or connect 2 leads to one amp, with only 1 input
Not sure if I am reading the post correctly, do you mean like this?
Scroll down to the lower left on page 2.
i dont hav acrobat reader so i cant view it, plz can u copy and paste it?
i just need a way of putting two leads into one input with an adapter or something
The two leads go into A and B, then the amp would just be connected to one of the 'Common' inputs.
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That link I posted in my first reply is to the manual for the box. It has illustrations so you can see the possible uses. Might be helpful towards determining if this is for you or not.
where can i get me one of those?
thank u very much
I bought mine direct from here.
It's under RFX products. I don't know what their policy is on int'l sales.
I'm unable to assist in that regard personally, but maybe a friend, relative, or fellow TB'er could help you out.
when you mean leads, do you mean like taking two guitars and putting them into one input on an amp? I dont know if you have radio shack in england, but you can buy a simple Y splitter at a radio shack here for about 2 dollars no switches no moving parts.
Thats exactly what i want, are they just called Y splitters??
I will ask around the shops tomorrow, to see if anywhere has one.
yeah I think people should know what you mean by Y splitter. you can always say "two in one out" 1/4" mono connectors. I have no clue if they go by metric size across the pond. I am a sheltered ingnorant american.
i have a little line splitter box with four plugs on one side and one on the other .. when i try to use it backwards the noise goes up and the tone goes down - pretty drastically. I think this is because of impedance mismatching (??). So i suspect the Y cable would suffer from the same if you were using it to JOIN ..
I think this is because of impedance mismatching (??). So i suspect the Y cable would suffer from the same if you were using it to JOIN ..
I think you are right. your splitter box may have a transformer in it, so that you can have seperate outputs that do not interfere with each other, while the input remains unaffected. thats my guess
A y-plug can just be used to split a signal, not to 'combine' to different signals.
1 bass into 2 amps: possible with Y-plug
2 basses into 1 amp: not possible with Y-plug, A/B box needed
BTW it is IMHO not useful to post the same thread in 2 different forums.