Splitters

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 4 customer ratings
(5 customer reviews)

$19.00$86.00

Active and passive splitters to split your signal right.

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Description

Passive Summer/Splitter

A handy little passive splitter/summer pedal that allows you either to split one signal into two, or combine two signals into one.

Unlike Y-cables, which simply wire the jacks together, the Saturnworks splitter/combiner utilizes summing resistors to minimize crosstalk. Crosstalk is the level of one signal affecting the level of the other. 

TRS to TS TS Separator/Combiner

The TRS to TS TS separator doesn’t split your signal. Rather, it separates the two channels of a stereo (TRS) signal into two separate TS channels. Basically a pedal version of a TRS to two TS  y-cable. It can also be set up in reverse to combine two TS signals into a TRS signal.

Buffered Splitter, Bass Buffered Splitter, Splitters with Switches and Level Controls

The Saturnworks buffered splitter is the best way to split your signal. The Saturnworks splitter features two buffers, one on each side of the split. This keeps one side from affecting the other, a phenomenon known as crosstalk. With zero crosstalk, you can adjust the levels of one side without affecting the other(s). Since each output is buffered with its own buffer your signal stays crystal clear over long cable runs.

The bass version tweaks the design to allow the bass’ lower frequencies to enter the buffer circuits.

The versions with switches and level controls add (wait for it)–switches and level controls.

3-Way and 4-Way Splitters

Drawing on the same active circuitry as the buffered splitter, Saturnworks 3 and 4-way splitters takes a single input and splits it into three or four isolated outputs. Each channel of the split has it own buffer, which means strong output signals and zero crosstalk.

The bass version tweaks the design to allow the bass’ lower frequencies to enter the buffer circuits.

Pan Pedal & Bass Pan Pedal

Everyone knows how an A/B pedal works…camera one/camera two. How about a pedal that seamlessly pans your guitar back and forth between two amps? Say hello to the Saturnworks pan pedal.

You can set the knob fully counterclockwise for one output, fully clockwise for the other, or anywhere in between to blend the two. A Dunlop rubber knob cover makes turning the knob with your foot a breeze. The Saturnworks pan pedal uses dual active buffers for smooth panning across two outputs without tone loss or crosstalk. If you only have one amp plugged in, you can use the pan pedal as a buffered volume control.

The bass version tweaks the design to allow the bass’ lower frequencies to enter the buffer circuits.

Saturnworks pedals are handcrafted in the USA with boutique grade components including:

  • Sturdy cast-aluminum enclosures
  • ‘Pro’ grade footswitches, which are rated for triple the durability of standard switches
  • Neutrik jacks
  • Military grade silver-plated wire
  • Boutique-grade electrical components

Saturnworks pedals are covered by a 1-year warranty against manufacturing defects

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Variations

Passive Summer Splitter, TRS to TS TS Separator/Combiner, Buffered Splitter, Bass Buffered Splitter, Active 2-way Splitter with Level Controls, Bass Active 2-way Splitter with Level Controls, Active 2-way Splitter with Switches and Level Controls, Bass Active 2-way Splitter with Switches and Level Controls, Active 3-way Splitter, Bass Active 3-way Splitter, Active 4-way Splitter, Bass Active 4-way Splitter, Pan Pedal, Bass Pan Pedal

5 reviews for Splitters

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Just received my buffered Splitter yesterday and it has made all the difference in the world in the quality of my signal . No high end or clarity loss any more going through the pedals I have. Thanks for a great product at a great price!

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    I bought one of these to split the signal from my guitar between my PC and Amp.

    As a beginner I’m finding it really useful for practice with computer learning tools like Yousician and Rocksmith 2014. Programs where the simulated effects are terrible and don’t stand out enough for you to distinguish your own instrument properly.

    With the splitter I can turn down the in game guitar and dial in my amp. Instead of pressing and picking too hard to hear bends and legato techniques in order to hear them. I was fighting the guitar, now its more like caressing the guitar and it’s much easier to play. Plus it’s really obvious when you make a mistake.

    Speaking of mistakes. Initially as a newbie with my first pedal. I didn’t use a 9v adapter specifically designed for guitar which has reverse polarity to normal mainstream adapters. As I found out wrong polarity will damage many pedals including this one.

    I was sorted out in this case, Saturnworks customer support was exceptional. I thought it worth mentioning the power supply to avoid others making the same newbie mistake.

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    I have the two-channel splitter with level control and switches and it’s RAD. All kinds of signal routing options! I use it ahead of all my pedals to keep a dedicated clean channel for recording. I use it on a channel in my loop-switcher to generate a separate output for sampled sounds. It’s well made and does it’s job admirably.

  4. Rated 5 out of 5

    I’ve been using the Buffered Splitter from Saturnworks for a few months now. I have to say the quality is second to none, and the price was very reasonable. I could not run my guitar rig as effectively without it, as I need the guitar’s signal split into two different and independently controlled paths to separate amps; each signal path has it’s own effects. There is no signal loss or degradation, and I’m very happy with everything about this!

  5. I have been researching splitters for months now reading stories of tone loss or hum due to mis-match in input impedance running different guitar amps at the same time. I was starting to come to the conclusion that a certain thousand dollar splitter was going to be my only option. Then I figured I would screw worrying about the impedance until I was sure there was even an issue and just focus on finding an active splitter. That’s when I came across your company and figured I’d give your four way active splitter a try. I received it in the mail yesterday and took it straight to the studio to try it out. Running three guitar amps at the same time sounded amazing with no loss of tone or impedance issues what so ever and all for less than $100. I will definitely be spreading the word.
    Thanks,
    Richard

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