This device allows you to separate the sync and audio channel from a Pocket Operator, then split the Sync into four more devices.Designed by p0k3t0, Ships from United States
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New boards are better looking than ever before! New PCBs are black on the front and back. Corners are now rounded. Caps are now hidden and safe. Every Splitter now also comes with 4 self-adhesive silicone feet!
The p0k3t0_41 is a sync splitter for Pocket Operators and similar electronic devices. It allows you to use one Pocket Operator as a sync master, then output its audio to a 3.5mm jack, and copy its sync signal to 4 sync connectors.
This will allow you to keep up to 5 Pocket Operators in perfect sync.
It also works with Korg Volca products, but the Volca needs to be the master device.
I made this device because I didn't like the way that Pocket Operators handle audio pass-through poorly. It's almost impossible to mix volumes well, and every device in the chain makes the audio worse. This allows you to plug the PO outputs directly into a mixer for a clean sound.
The p0k3t0_41 is designed for one purpose, and specifically addresses the needs of the Pocket Operator community.
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