Galaxy Audio JIB/S 4-Way Splitter, Original Version

(10 customer reviews)



1/4″ Headphone level Audio Splitter, one in and four out. Useful for dividing up a monitor output into numerous powered speakers. (this is not an amplifier it is a splitter). Input One 1/4″ Output Four 1/4″ Construction Metal Dimensions 5″ x 2.5″ x 1.75″ (127 x 63.5 x 44.45 mm) Weight 11.2 oz (317.5 g)

  • Input; One 1/4″
  • Output; Four 1/4″
  • Construction; Metal
  • Dimensions; 5″ x 2.5″ x 1.75″ (127 x 63.5 x 44.45 mm)
  • Weight; 11.2 oz (317.5 g)

Galaxy Audio JIB/S

4-Way Splitter

The Galaxy Audio JIB/S allows you to split a signal to as many as four other sources. This is useful when you have up to four people who need the same monitor mix. The JIB/S works great with powered speakers, amplifiers, or headphones. The Galaxy Audio JIB/S 4 way audio splitter box has balanced TRS inputs and outputs, for use with balanced, unbalanced, and stereo left/right signals.

  • Splits a single monitor feed to as many as four POWERED HOT SPOTS (or other powered monitors)
  • Splits a single audio headphone feed to multiple headphones
  • Balanced TRS inputs and outputs provide maximum isolation

A Brief History of Galaxy Audio

Galaxy Audio began in 1977 with Superior Sound, operated by Brock Jabara and his partner Jim Pearce. They both had eight years of concert sound experience, and their rental products flanked the stages of concert halls and arenas all over the country, providing sound for Aretha Franklin, The Bee Gees, Janis Joplin, James Brown and countless others.

Brock and Jim soon developed the Hot Spot Personal Monitor. It was immediately a hit among musicians who used them. It was obvious that with some refinement, the new products could fill a long-standing void in the marketplace. Superior Sound began to metamorphose from speaker rental company to speaker manufacturing company. Galaxy Audio was born.

Galaxy Audio began enhancing the performance and quality of their product and expanded to include many new products and categories. We have experienced growth in areas we never expected, and our goal remains to provide great products and service for many years to come.

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1 July 2015


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10 reviews for Galaxy Audio JIB/S 4-Way Splitter, Original Version

  1. rene dussen

    Balanced Signal Splitter
    I needed three stereo equally balanced mixer main outputs without needing to replace my ‘TSR jack cables to TSR jack cables’ in my other TSR patch panel. I wanted to replace a number of individually balanced signal doublers. At first, I could only find them with XRL connections but finally, I found these ‘one to four’ jack boxes and bought two of them for my balanced stereo needs. Still, two outputs are free since this box has one TSR input and four TSRs out. Great stuff!

  2. An P.

    Regarding the JIB/S: Perfect for simple, low-tech applications!
    I bought the Galaxy Audio JIB/S with the purpose of connecting one electric guitar to multiple amplifiers simultaneously, which would allow me to play through any of the amps without needing to rearrange cables every time I wanted to make a switch. Before I found this listing, I was actually getting ready to build an ABCD/Y pedal that would allow me to actively switch between amplifiers, but I opted to give the JIB/S a shot first because the price was roughly comparable to the cost of materials for a similar device. After taking it apart and giving it a quick test run, here are my thoughts on this little gadget:The construction of the JIB/S is about as basic and low-tech as you can get. This is a two-piece steel box with five TRS jacks, one input and four outputs, all connected in a linear fashion. This splitter is so basic, in fact, that any DIY-er with the right tools could feasibly build one within an hour – all you would need for materials are a sheet of 20-gauge steel or heavier, two screws, five TRS jacks and maybe a foot of bare wire. Considering it is made to feed one signal into several monitors, it doesn’t need to be more advanced than this… and I prefer to keep my rig as analog as possible.Simplicity aside, this thing is pretty sturdy for what it is. There is definitely a heavier chassis out there, but this is a passive device without switches and thus shouldn’t be subjected to the same stress as, say, a typical guitar effects pedal. Regardless, this will definitely be able to take a lot of punishment, and repairing something as simple as this would be a cinch if it does happen to get twisted out of shape. In the worst-case scenario, the $30 price tag won’t break the bank.In Summation: The JIB/S is a no-frills audio splitter that will do exactly what it needs to do, and perhaps a little more in the right hands. With its simple design, solid construction and low price, this splitter will give you the most bang for your buck… and it now has a permanent-ish place in my rig. At the very least, I’d say it’s worth a shot, no?

  3. James Lamont

    Only one imput plug in.
    Only has one imput, but it has many outputs.I definitely recommend this product. There’s no sound dropping nor buzzing noises very quiet, and stereo sounds definitely coming out through the outputs.

  4. rookmoves

    Does what it’s supposed to do
    This item does exactly what it’s supposed to do, which is splitting an audio signals output 4 ways. I purchased this unit to be able to output into 4 different monitors from my interface. Considering there is only 1 input, the unit can not differentiate between what’s left and right, so panning is not possible. I caution anyone looking to buy this unit for the same purpose as me. I would recommend an entirely different unit altogether, or an interface that has 4 outputs.

  5. Amazon Customer

    Great solution for splitting signal
    Only thing that prevents me giving 5 stars is that it’s noisy. I use high gain guitar signals and without the splitter my rig is silent. With it there seems to be a LOT more hum. I don’t know if it’s an internal grounding issue or the positioning of the box on the rig. Working on resolving it but had to add 2 channels of noise reduction to defeat the hum at this point. This product was purchased to solve splitting signals to my FX processors to build a true stereo W\D\W rig shown.

  6. Amazon Customer

    great splitter need 2 for stereo

  7. Frank DeAlto

    If you have up to 4 guitar amplifiers and you want to connect them all to one pedal board, this is your box. It works perfectly and is much smaller than the stated dimensions. It is 5″ x 2.5″ x 1.5″.

  8. gp

    Super useful
    Ever wanted to run parallel effects through pedals, run a feed into your DAW & monitor a dry version of the signal? This little box is your ticket! Super easy to use, does exactly what it says it’s supposed to. I wish I’d bought one of these years ago!

  9. James R Olsen

    Works seamlessly
    While I was worried about impedance mismatches, this box seems to work well with a radio, mic, and computer.

  10. Rev M.

    Galaxy 4 split
    Great little gear to use to do the job i made this into a leslie interface for a 11 pin 4 channel system had to do some mods and added the 11 pin connector and along with the arts 4 channel i got what i needed i just plug the inter face to the back of the leslie and 1/4 cables from the interface to the arts and it was quick and easy now it is plug and play without the 11 pin cord greattttttttt.

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