This sounds like a great product! Techies have known for years that simply daisychaining amps through extra input jacks can cause problems. You can usually get away with one or two extras but what can happen is that one amp will get grumpy about the funny input load and start to oscillate, often at a frequency too high to hear but still driving the amps to full power and maybe burnout. Since the amps are daisychained they ALL react to the oscillation!Hi Sesroh, if you want both amps to perform at their best, you'll want this:
Lehle P-Split stands for "passive splitting" with maximum signal fidelity. One instrument can be routed to two amplifiers simultaneously. Output A is electrically isolated from Output B by the Lehle LTHZ high end transformer – so ground loops are excluded from the start. In addition, the Lehle P-Split also features a gold-plated-contact phase-reversing and ground switch.
SPAM I AM, my company distributes these....but since this is exactly what does the trick, I felt it is worth mentioning.
+1 I have ran 2 amps through the Radial Bigshot and it also worked well for me.The Radial Bigshot ABY pedal has worked very well for me in both my bass and guitar rigs. $70 or so at Long and McQuade a year or so ago. Passive, 180degree polarity reverse switch, ground lift, tuner output, switchable ISO for internal transformer on second output, and it's Cdn made.
I've done the same thing with my stereo echo.Hi,
I plug two amps using my stereo chorus pedal outputs... Both amps works either with the chorus on or off.