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Lehle P Split II Amp Splitter AB Pedal

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Product Description

A pedal that makes it possible to route an instrument to two amps simultaneously, the Lehle P Split II Amp Splitter AB Pedal features passive splitting with maximum signal fidelity.

Lehle P Split II Amp Splitter AB Pedal Features

  • Single Input
  • Two Outputs (A and B) which are isolated by the Lehle LTHZ transformer
  • Gold-plated phase reverse and ground switch
  • Durable and attractive construction
The two outputs (A and B) on the P Split II are electrically isolated from one another by the Lehle LTHZ high end transformer, so hum loops are excluded from the start. The Lehle LTHZ transformer is a ferrite core transformer consisting of two coils with very high inductivity with minimal scatter. It’s specially designed for use with high-impedance signals, but also splits low-impedance signals with line levels cleanly and reliably. It provides the signal either balanced or unbalanced at the ISO output.

In addition, the P-Split II also features phase-reversal and ground switches with gold-plated contacts, making it a passive high end DI Box for all signal types. Last but not least, the P-Split II features an ultra-compact design, assuring totally reliable functioning in the smallest possible housing.

Product Specifications
Lehle P Split II Specifications
  • Gold-Plated Switches
  • No Hum Loops
  • Weight: 14.82 ounces (420 g)
  • Length: 3.5 inches (88.9 mm)
  • Width: 3.6 inches (91.44 mm)
  • Overall Height: 1.5 inches (38.1 mm)
  • Maximum Level: +20 dBU
  • THD: <0.4 % @ +20 dBU/ 40 Hz
  • Frequency Response: 30 Hz - 20 kHz -0.3/+0.8 dB


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