A/B selector, patchbay & multiple

The A/B++ module is a utility grouping several functions into two independent parts:

In the upper part, a passive A/B switch allows two different A & B signals to be directed to an output. The switch in the central position, mute the signals. This mode being reversible, you can choose to direct a signal to two different outputs (screen printing in brackets)

In the lower part, a passive patchbay / multiple. The patchbay has three identical vertical slices: X, Y & Z and uses the philosophy of a classic audio patchbay, we find the same modes, except that here, everything is accessible directly from the front. The 4 “3.5mm jack” connectors can be inputs or outputs depending on the connections chosen. The panel silkscreen briefly explains the internal routing, depending on the connections chosen (see the manual for various examples and diagrams).

X, Y & Z slices can be used alternatively in passive multiple. A signal entering at 1 is multiplied by 2 and 3. Thanks to the “mult. link” switches, you can extend this multiplication to the other slices (again, do not hesitate to consult the manual for more details).

(For the presentation, all the leds are visible by photomontage because in reality, leds A & B cannot be activated at the same time)

Accepts all signals (multiple function: volt/octave, it is preferable not to exceed x2 to maintain good tracking).

Available with black or white panel.

Price: 62€ (without shipping costs).

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Specifications :
Size 7HP, epoxy panel 1,6 mm.
Deep : 25mm (skiff friendly).
PCB in epoxy FR4 dual layer, 1,6 mm. Surface finish HASL.
Components tested and assembled by hand, in Brittany, France.
Available as an assembled Module, no kit.
In the box : M3 & nylon nuts.
Consumption: ~ 9 mA (+12V) / 0 mA (-12V).