Galaxy Audio JIB/S 4-way 1/4" Splitter

4-way Splitter with Balanced TRS I/O
Galaxy Audio JIB/S 4-way 1/4
Galaxy Audio JIB/S 4-way 1/4
$29.99
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Audio Tools For the Working Musician!

Galaxy offers this tool that is as affordable as it is handy. The Jib S will:

1. Split a single monitor feed to as many as four powered monitors.
2. Split a single headphone feed to multiple headphones.

Balanced TRS inputs and outputs for maximum quality and isolation.

Additional Media

Studio Monitor Buying Guide

Tech Specs

Analog Inputs 1 x 1/4"
Analog Outputs 4 x 1/4"
Manufacturer Part Number JIBS

Customer Reviews

4/5
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5/5

Works Perfect

I needed to split an amplified signal from the stage to 2 separate speakers on the side of the stage. We went with a stage snake to get the sound guy away from the stage, but didn't want to send the amplified signal down 22AWG mic cables, so bought a separate 50' 12AWG speaker cable. But then, at the stage needed to split this. The JIB S spliter worked great. Absolutely no problems, makes set up a breeze. I was worried that it might heat up, but, stays cool through a 2 hour performance. The 1/4" inputs hold the speaker cables well. I gave it a 5.0 because it does exactly what it is supposed to do. My Pastor purchased it using the church credit card and had it sent to me. Sweetwater customer service gave him a courtesy call to make sure that the address was correct as it was not the billing address. We both thought this was going above and beyond for customer service. Thanks!
Music background: Worship Leader
4.5/5

Solid little splitter box

These splitter boxes are a real find, like a little nugget of gold in my gear arsenal. They're really solidly built, the signal path seems perfectly clean, balanced TRS input and outputs. Side note: I highly recommend using balanced cables on everything anyway, if possible, to help eliminate potential noise (that's what balanced cables are for... special wiring to counteract potential interference!). I have two of these now, and they are incredibly handy, especially when sending a signal to multiple destinations during recording, e.g., electric guitar, keys. Just rock-solid boxes, super clean, and they do their job perfectly.
3/5

Splits mono but not stereo

This device is inconsistent with its output. Sometimes it outputs a mono signal and sometime it output stereo. I have bypassed the splitter with the input wire into the destination, so I know. I also have Audacity as a DAW software that records input coming from this splitter and it's plain to see when there is a mono or stereo input. I have a camera that live records and is Skyp'ed to remote viewers. For anyone listening with headphones on the other side, they will only get sound out of one ear bud. not good. If you only need mono output, then this device is fine for you. If you need stereo outputs, then look elsewhere.
Music background: drummer and beginner bass guitarist
See also: Monitor Switches, Galaxy Audio, Galaxy Audio Monitor Management