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bassconnekt

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query on split cable connections
« on: April 28, 2012, 06:26:24 pm »

Hello all,

I'm new to the forum.  Just dropping by to ask a technical question about a cable connection that I need to fabricate for my setup.

I have a small mixer that I use to control the signal going to my studio monitors.  The main outputs go to the monitors, and there is one additional 1/4" stereo output that I would like to use to control two individual powered subs, a 12" and 15".

the cable connection I need to make it work would then be a single male 1/4" plug on one side, and two female 1/4" plugs on the other, one going to each of the two subs.  I will need two of these, one for the right and the left outputs.

I have made a few interconnects before with a single piece of cable, just soldering the plugs to each end, but how would I go about building such a splitter? Is it as simple as twisting the the two cables that go to the female ends together and attaching that to the male end?

Any advice would be greatly appreciated


Cheers~

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