ARX Audibox switches a pair of female XLR inputs to XLR male outputs - REMOTELY
The simplest ideas are usually the best! ARX's new Remote Selector is a stereo out signal selector for the extremely popular Audibox range.
The new Remote Selector silently switches a stereo pair of XLR female input connectors to either A or B pairs of male XLR outputs
ARX ‘SoftSwitch’ technology achieves this with no loud bangs through the audio system when switching.
Output Channel control can be selected in 2 ways:
Mode 1 by remote switch / relay closure (using an external power pack / wall wart), or
Mode 2 by 12 - 24VDC
With no DC voltage applied, Output A, the default normal audio signal, is selected.
When +12 – 24VDC is applied to Pins 3 and 4 on the Dinkle type connector, then Output B is selected.
Typical applications include remote controlled zoning, loudspeaker selection, and A-B comparison of audio units.
Another useful application is remotely switching between 2 bands, or Live Band and DJ when both are using different Speaker system.
Note - Connectors are inserted in the top of the unit. Please allow adequate space above the Remote Selector to allow for the connectors to be removed or inserted.
Hand Made in Australia - Exported to the World
Frequency Response: 10Hz to 50KHz + - 0.5dB
Power Requirements: DC Input +12 – 24 VDC Connector 2.5mm centre pin
Remote Switch and External Input: 4 Pin Dinkle type socket, 5mm pin spacing. Connector supplied with unit
Pin 1 and 2 Remote Switch – Open Input = Channel A selected, Closed Input = Channel B selected.
Pin 3 and 4 Remote DC control – Pin 3 +12 - 24VDC Pin 4 0VDC / Gnd
Input Connectors: Female XLR, Wired Pin 1 Audio Ground, Pin 2 + Hot, Pin 3 – Cold
Output Connectors A and B: Male XLR, Wired Pin 1 Audio Ground, Pin 2 + Hot, Pin 3 – Cold
Chassis Ground/Earth: Via Pin 1's on Left Channels
Construction: All-steel polyurethane coated chassis, fibreglass PCB