Merge MIDI on A Budget

Kenton announce the Merge 4, an inexpensive 4-way MIDI merge box      06/02/08
Merge MIDI on A Budget


Kenton have introduced the Merge 4, a 4-way MIDI merge box that they believe is within the reach of those on even the tightest budgets.
As far as the Merge 4 goes it really doesn’t get more straightforward . There are four opto-isolated MIDI Ins, merge the four streams of data and deliver the combined results to two MIDI Outs (both carry identical MIDI data).
A Kenton Spokesman told us, “The Merge 4 is the perfect MIDI accessory for anyone needing a hassle-free way to get multiple MIDI signals into your system. It’s light, compact and robust, so is perfect for both studio and live use.
The Merge 4 is simplicity itself, so once you’ve set it up and plugged in (using the you can forget that it’s even there. It is the only solution for anyone wanting to combine several MIDI sources without using a computer. Why bother with complicated computer-controlled MIDI routing when you can have this?�
Features:
  • 4 x MIDI In
  • 2 x MIDI OUT (both carry identical MIDI data)
  • Merges all MIDI data – including SysEx and Clock
  • DC power input jack 2.1mm (centre +ve)
  • Power indicator light
  • 9V unregulated power supply included (UK, EU and USA types available) Kenton automatically ship the correctmains adapter power supply for the destination country.
  • Housed in a metal box so it can withstand the knocks.
  • Finished in brushed aluminium with black screen print
  • Dimensions: 110 x 80 x 35mm.
  • Weight: 700g (including power supply)
Pricing and Availability:
Available now. £74.97 (inc VAT) More information:
  • www.kentonuk.com More From: KENTON
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