BT12 2-Way Speaker Switch
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If your amplifier only has outputs for one pair of speakers, and you want to run an extra pair, this handy speaker switch will allow you to do so, without damaging your amp or receiver.
BTECH BT12 is rated
Rated 1 out of
Don't buy - it doesn't do what is says on the tin.
Very poor. Both it and it's replacement under warranty have significant cross feed between the speakers irrespective of which set you have switched.
The problem is the switch itself as it's not audio spec but a cheap mains switch. I can say that with certainlty as there isn't anything else in the box!
Complete waste of money. Pity as Richer Sounds are a quality retailer and this is not what one would expect from them.
Date published: 2014-12-02
Rated 1 out of
Fairly cheap---and it shows!
Poor isolation between the two channels results in significant bleed to the "off" speakers.
The warranty replacement was just the same.
Have now purchased an alternative product from the store which, whilst a lot more expensive, works perfectly.
Richer Sound staff very friendly & helpful.
Date published: 2014-08-18
Rated 1 out of
I've had two of these, (I took my first one back which richer sounds exchanged no questions) both with the same problems.
A- The connector blocks are of poor quality, the thread stripped on a couple when connecting, obviously a problem when you're trying to get a nice clean signal through your cable.
B- this is the main problem, the switch doesn't actually cut out the signal from channel 1 when you turn it to the "channel 2 only" position. If you then jiggle the switch in its casing a bit it quietens the sound a bit but still get a lot of bleed.
C- it's ugly
D- it's not that cheap. It's a very simple bit of kit, there shouldn't be much to get wrong but they have. Got it wrong that is. There's far cheaper ones (and some ludicrously expensive ones) available elsewhere in the internet. Don't let this review put you off richer sounds, they are excellent, just this product is pants.
Date published: 2014-06-21
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