ARX Systems Launches New Ultra deBalancer Signal Converter

by | Apr 12, 2021 | Gear, News, Production

ARX Systems has announced the launch of the new Ultra deBalancer, a 2-channel audio debalancer and switchable +4 dB or -10 dB level optimizer that’s designed to convert pro audio balanced outputs to unbalanced signals.

The Ultra deBalancer interface offers female Amphenol XLR inputs and transformer isolated and de-balanced 6.5 mm jack, RCA and 3.5 mm jack outputs to cover all plug types. It’s equipped with transformer ground isolation designed to provide low-noise operation while preventing ground loops and other extraneous noise.

It’s a passive device with no power requirements and is housed in an all-steel chassis finished with a matt textured blue powdercoat, with hardwearing epoxy screen printing and a large slip resistant rubber pad underneath.

Handmade at the ARX manufacturing facility in Melbourne, Australia, the new Ultra deBalancer is available to order and shipping now. Get more specifics here.

ARX Systems

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