Jensen PB-2RX Universal Isolator 2-Channel Balanced - plus24dB - XLR-Female In XLR-Male Out


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    JT-PB-2RX - Overview

    The IsoMax PB-2RX is a two-channel universal isolator that gives you the freedom to solve noise problems anywhere in the signal chain.

    The design begins with a rugged flanged enclosure that comes standard with gold plated XLRs and a removable screw-down barrier strip for easy installation in NEMA enclosures and 19" racks. Plug and play easy to use, this passive interface does not require any power to work. Inside are two specially designed Jensen multi-tap isolation transformers that provide unity gain, signal boost or level attenuation depending on how they are configured. These are able to withstand signals in excess of +24 dB without discernible distortion while delivering a fabulously linear response to 200 kHz. This provides galvanic isolation between the input and output to eliminate hum and buzz caused by ground loops, rejecting noise by as much as 125 dB. To further optimize the performance, a bottom mounted eight position `set & forget' dip switch enables the user to configure the PB-2RX grounding scheme as needed.

    You simply connect the PB-2RX anywhere you like between the source and destination and the PB-2RX will quietly go to work, eliminating ground loops, electromagnetic interference (EMI) and RFI problems. This makes the Iso-Max PB-2RX a superb choice for the most demanding studio, broadcast and performance venue installations.

    PB-2RX as a universal isolator
    The PB-2RX may be connected anywhere in the signal chain. This makes it a great choice for machine rooms in a broadcast facility where different varying power systems throughout can introduce noise.

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