Radial JX44-V2 Active Class-A Guitar Distro System
Concert Touring Guitar & Amp Signal Manager
The Radial JX44 is a guitar signal manager and switcher designed for the most demanding professional concert stages where wireless guitar systems, acoustics, effects and multiple amplifiers are used simultaneously.
- Select between up to 4 guitars and 6 amps
- Programmable with optional JR5 footswitch
- Built in DI box, SGI line driver and X-Amp Reamper
- Transformer isolated to eliminate ground loops
The ultimate guitar signal manager
The JX44 is the most complete guitar and amp switching and routing system available for professional concert touring, providing you with the ability to connect and manage up to four guitars, six amplifiers, an effects chain and a remote pedalboard with seamless integration throughout. Optional JR-5 remote footswitches can be used to select the inputs and outputs individually or to program and recall scenes to activate multiple amplifiers with a single footswitch. A local effects loop can be used to connect rackmount signal processors, and an SGI line driver is built-in to feed distant pedalboards with ease when used with the SGI-44 remote guitar interface. An assignable direct box output is also featured, and the JX44 can be used to reamp balanced line-level signals, with front panel status indicators to provide an easy systems check at a glance.
Using the JX44 on a big stage
The Radial JX44 is command central for wireless guitars and a barrage of amplifiers. The JR5 remotely controls the amps or effects loops letting you set up various scenes for instant setup changes.
Using the JX44 to manage four instruments
Use the JX44 to select between 4 instruments for quick changes between songs. Individual level controls on inputs 3 and 4 make it easy to balance the signals. Use the built-in Radial DI to feed the PA system.
Using the JX44iIn the studio
The JX44's built in DI box is perfect for recording a clean track. Send it back to the built in Reamp to feed up t six amps simultaneously. Add pedals and move mics to create the ultimate wall of sound.