I'm not a fan of Y-Cables. They have a tendency to fail, and you are stuck with the length you get. We get asked about Y-Cables often, and I always recommend a Mono to Dual Mono Splitter
With a Mono to Dual Mono Splitter, you have maximum durability at the Y connection. It will hold up, where a Y will slowly start to get stressed. Additionally, you have the flexibility. You can put long Mono Cables, or use Patch Cables, you're not stuck - and since application requirements often change as you change, it's nice to have options
Our splitter uses our powder coated / laser engraved enclosure and use quality Neutrik Mono Jacks.
- 3x Neutrik Mono Jacks
20 AWG wires
Laser etched enclosure
3.625" x 1.5" enclosure
- SKU: SKU-CFBB5C93
Y cables, by design, cannot handle heavy strain, and the probability of failure is high. That's the number one complaint. The second issue is that you're stuck with whatever length the Y cable is set. As you requirements change, you may need shorter cables from the junction, or a longer cable for the primary TRS or Mono cable. With a TRS to Dual Mono Splitter or Mono to Dual Mono Splitter, you have a solid connection for the junction. You have the flexibility to swap out cables down the road.
You will need 3x Mono instrument cables - either patch cables or instrument cables (depending on the lengths).
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