The JS3™ is a high performance balanced mic-level splitter designed to send a signal to multiple destinations simultaneously, with two transformer-isolated outputs and one direct output.
Portable mic splitting on stage or in the studio The JS3 is a professional mic splitter designed to split a single source to multiple destinations simultaneously without signal degradation or noise. A premium Jensen transformer inside provides galvanic isolation to eliminate buzz and hum from ground loops, while maintaining an extremely wide bandwidth with ultra-low distortion and phase shift. Ground lifts on the outputs help further reduce noise, while an input pad allows line-level sources to connected as well. Both the JS2 and the JS3 can be rack mounted for touring and installation purposes, with up to eight fitting in the Radial J-Rak.
Using the JS3 to feed three mixers Sometimes, you need to feed the main mixer, stage monitors and a recorder at the same time. The JS3 makes hook-up easy with XLR input, direct out and two isolated outputs. These eliminate ground loops when connecting multiple mixers at the same time.
Send one microphone signal to three destinations simultaneously
Jensen transformer-equipped for exceptional audio quality
Eliminates hum and buzz caused by ground loops
Dual isolated outputs provide optimal noise rejection
Input Pad Reduces input by 30dB to allow +4dB line-level devices to be connected
XLR Mic Input Standard 6000 main input.
Direct Thru-1 600? connects to main PA with phantom-power return path to microphone.
No Slip Pad Provides electrical & mechanical isolation and keeps the unit from sliding around.
Book End Design Creates a protective zone around the jacks and switches.
Ground Lift Disconnects the ground path at the XLR output.
XLR Outputs Isolated 600? connects to a recording or broadcast system without noise.
14-Gauge Steel I-beam enclosure makes it impossible to torque the PC board; eliminates cold solder joints.
Warranty: Radial 3-year, transferable
Audio circuit type: Passive mic/line splitter, transformer based
Transformer: JT-MB-DPC, 1:1:1 ratio
Number of channels: Three-way splitter (one in/three out)