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ARX MSX 48 Microphone Line Splitter Now Available In North America

The MSX 48 is a totally passive device requiring no power, and consists of 16 channels of transformer isolated, ultra low noise mic and line splitting

With the appointment of Scottsdale, Arizona-based Olsen Audio Group as its distributor for the U.S., Canada and Mexico, ARX Systems announces that its MSX 48 microphone line splitter is now available in North America.

The MSX 48 is a totally passive device requiring no power, and consists of 16 channels of transformer isolated, ultra low noise mic and line splitting. Each channel has a direct looped main/front of house feed, allowing phantom power feed through, and a transformer isolated monitor split on the front panel.

On the rear panel, an auxiliary transformer isolated split is ideal for use with a remote recording truck or TV feed.

Duplicates of the monitor and aux splits are also provided on two sets of dual 25 pin D connectors on the rear panel, wired to Tascam wiring protocol.

The ARX Systems MSX 48 from ARX is handmade at the company’s Melbourne, Australia facility,

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