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Splitting a signal after a wireless unit

Adman103

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I'm starting to think about putting together a pedalboard with my FC6, and I'd like to put my Polytune on the board, but I run a wireless unit at my rack, so my idea was to split the signal right after the wireless receiver in my rack using a Y cable, and run a cable back to the pedalboard, just for the tuner input.
My question is whether this will affect the signal into the AF3- will splitting the signal out of the wireless receiver mess with the gain or strength of the signal? My guess is that it won't, but I really am not sure. Would any of the good folks here know if splitting an audio signal will mess with the tone coming into the Axe?
 

Adman103

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Hey, thank you so much everyone, this is all really helpful! I very much appreciate all the responses! The Out3 or 4/ to copy Input 1 would be really elegant, but I'm already using all my outs- 1 for the house, 2 for my cab when I use it, and I've got pedals in 3 and 4, but that buffer splitter looks perfect, and I really am grateful for all of the help and knowledge on the forum.
 

Muad'zin

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Buffered splitters are so easy to make. I made them all the time for my old pedalboards.
 

boltrecords

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Hey, thank you so much everyone, this is all really helpful! I very much appreciate all the responses! The Out3 or 4/ to copy Input 1 would be really elegant, but I'm already using all my outs- 1 for the house, 2 for my cab when I use it, and I've got pedals in 3 and 4, but that buffer splitter looks perfect, and I really am grateful for all of the help and knowledge on the forum.
I think In that case you’re still better off using the Y cable on one of your Outs that are being utilized. I think that would be better than splitting your main signal. If any channel may differ slightly due to the Y cable try to make it one that is being used the least. Splitting the main wireless out will essentially effect everything, if at all.
 
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