Little Labs announces three new products at AES 2015

Little Labs continues its tradition to create unique and useful tools for the pro audio engineer by introducing three new products for release in 2016.
The Monotor, a high-quality, compact, multiple-output headphone amp.

The Monotor is designed for the professional audio engineer who requires detailed source analysis. Features include extensive mono capability, including left minus right for accurate phase and compressed audio file artifact analysis. The super fidelity audio path uses hand wound, super low distortion transformers and a single active headphone driver stage per headphone out. The inputs are transformer coupled for no headache balanced or unbalanced source connection, with paralleled xlr/trs combo and trs jacks for easy hookup. Power is supplied by state of the art, low noise, full voltage, linear on board regulators.

The Monotor Presentor, an expanded version of the Monotor designed with trade show demonstration and academic use in mind. The Monotor Presentor features include all Monotor features, plus extra headphone outputs, foot switch controlled talkback, balanced headphone/preamp output, stereo a/b source level matching, and comparison abilities.

The Salt, a compact, triple out transformer, isolated guitar/instrument splitter with instrument and line level input.

The Salt utilizes the same vintage UTC style transformers as the Little Labs PCP, Pepper, and Redeye 3D Phantom. The Salt transformer coupling allows complete galvanic ground isolation between instrument outs for the highest quality, lowest noise instrument distribution. Features include polarity select and earth lift on each output. Inputs and outputs can be controlled by an optional footswitch. The Salt was designed as the perfect companion to the Little Labs Pepper or PCP, adding three more identical instrument outputs that can be used remotely. The Salt can be used completely passively with the Pepper or PCP, or as a standalone unit using either the included high quality, linear power supply or standard nine-volt power found on any guitar pedal board.

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