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Old Blood Noise Endeavors Split | Meld

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The new Old Blood Noise Endeavors Split | Meld Is a passive box with a non-summing, non-destructive way to manage both parallel dual-mono and stereo signal paths. Could this possibly be the perfect creative routing system for stompboxes? Let’s find out. 

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Old Blood Noise Endeavors Split | Meld

At only $29, the Split | Meld is possibly OBNE’s cheapest product. This new routing box, with a simple passive design, contains some very useful creative possibilities. The actual box consists of two pairs of TRS / Stereo jacks and two TS Mono jacks. So essentially, you can route your parallel signal path in many, many ways, giving you even more creative control over your signal.

Old Blood Noise Endeavors Split | Meld

Old Blood Noise Endeavors Split | Meld a great passive way to route your stompboxes · Source: Old Blood Noise Endeavors

Stombox Routing

It works especially well with stompboxes that have TRS inputs and dual-mono outputs. You can set pedals up to either split, or meld them into one. The video below shows you a basic overview of what the unit is capable of, so it is worth checking out.

I think stompbox addicts who are keen to try different routing for their audio signal paths will love it. Especially at this price point. Because of its passive design, it requires no power source. Simply plug in and start experimenting straight away.

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RRP – USD 29

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