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Mono to Stereo? or Stereo to Mono? ...both ways!
M2S is a passive eurorack module. You can convert your signals from two mono channels to stereo jack (or backward). M2S can also be used as a passive stereo output module. Two mono signals can be connected to R and L jacks. Then you can connect headphones or cable to active loudspeakers to monitor your sounds. M2S can also make a "stereo" signal from one mono signal. Ideal if you are relying heavily on stereo processing and underlying techniques that go hand in hand with stereo width and field. If you connect only one mono signal to L (MONO) input, a copy of this signal will be present on both L and R signals on its STEREO output.
There are two independent sections in one M2S module. Both sections can work in a handy variety of working modes. Modes are switched by Switch* on the bottom side. Section 2 with protection resistors in L and R channel is suitable to mix both channels in stereo signal to one MONO signal.
1=2 mode – in this mode there is 1L (mono) channel shared along to section 2. 1L (mono) input is copied to both stereo outputs. In case of connection of the second mono signal to 2L (MONO) jack, this connection will be cut. If you do not want to avoid breaking the normalization you have to connect a solder jumper J1** with a solder iron and solder wire (just solder two points together). When jumper J1** is connected and you insert stereo signal into 2 STEREO jack, L and R channels will be merged to one mono signal and will be shared to both L(MONO) jacks.
1x2 mode – This mode provides you with two separate sections: mono to stereo or stereo to mono sections. There is no connection between sections 1 and 2 and they work standalone. For mixing L and R stereo channels we advise you to use section 2 for most applications.
Front panel is made from high-quality CNC milled anodized aluminum. M2S is a passive 2 HP module and doesn't require any power. Ideal for filling leftover spaces in your rack.
Designed, manufactured, and assembled by hand at Konstant Lab - Slovakia.
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