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Author Topic: SpeakON Splitters?  (Read 2077 times)

Mark Cadwallader

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Re: SpeakON Splitters?
« Reply #11 on: December 12, 2017, 02:17:54 pm »

"Good tools are expensive, but cheap tools are damned expensive."

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Re: SpeakON Splitters?
« Reply #12 on: December 12, 2017, 02:54:14 pm »

OP got one of those.  He posted that he wasn't impressed by the workmanship, and that he'll re-wire the innards himself.

Yea I'll post a pic when I get a chance to, maybe it'll get to them and they'll improve their quality? As for the box itself though, it is very well made! Just wish it was smaller though, as I think they can save some money/lower prices if they made it way smaller

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Re: SpeakON Splitters?
« Reply #13 on: December 12, 2017, 10:46:08 pm »

I appreciate the gesture! I also thought about doing it myself but the price for parts was the same then just buying it, or so I thought. Got the Stellar NL4-SPLIT, which is a bit bigger than needed, but needed it soon. I opened it up, and was disgusted by the soldering job and the choice for wires. The wire plastic sleeves were melted in spots no where near the ends. I'm just gonna buy some 12AWG wire and redo it myself lol

I'm just surprised no one is selling them in a basic "Y" design, or if they're gonna sell them in a box, it should at least be multifunction, with parallel and series, and 4 pin to 2 splitter, etc.
What about this one from Whirlwind

It's a bit bulky but it only comes with these 4 options.

SBNL18442   1 NL8, 4 NL4 wired 2-pole
SBNL18444   1 NL8, 4 NL4 wired 4-pole, in pairs, for bi-amped cabinets
SBNL14442   1 NL4, 4 NL4 wired 2-pole, in pairs
SBNL14444   1 NL4, 4 NL4, parallel-wired

We built one in a smaller box.
2 NL8, 2 NL4 wired 4 pole(1 / 2 and 3/4 )from NL8 wired for biamp , 2 NL4 wired 2 pole (pins 2 and 4 from NL8 )
wired to pin 1 for each 2 pole. 

Gives me the option of either 2 biamp or 4 passive from one box with an NL8 pass through
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