Radial Engineering Shotgun
4-Channel Amp Driver

OUR PART #  SHOTGUN


Radial Engineering's Shotgun™ is a compact guitar-level signal buffer that fits on any pedalboard. The 4-channel amp driver features two inputs with a switching jack on input 2 that is capable of changing the architecture from a 1x4 mono distribution system to a 2x2 stereo setup. The Consistent Load Compensation circuit retains a stable input impedance to ensure the character of the signal remains unchanged regardless if being used on one or two sources.

A carefully designed low noise buffer circuit with a full-surface ground plane delivers your toneup to 50 feet without noise. This is augmented with isolation transformers on outputs 2, 3 and 4 to help eliminate the nasty buzz and hum caused by ground loops when multiple amps are connected together.

Radial Engineering Shotgun Features:

  • Configurable for 1x4 mono or 2x2 stereo
  • Isolated outputs eliminate ground loops
  • Buffered outputs drive extra long cables
  • CLC™ Consistent Load Compensation circuit

Radial Engineering Shotgun Specifications:

  • Audio circuit type: Buffered signal distribution with 3 isolated outputs
  • Frequency response: 20Hz-20kHz
  • Dynamic range: 92dB
  • Noise floor: -86dBu
  • Equivalent input noise: -90dBu
  • Maximum input: +8dBu
  • Total harmonic distortion: <0.02% @ -20dB
  • Inter-modulation distortion: ~0.02%
  • Input impedance: 220K ohms
  • Output impedance: 1.8K ohms
  • Gain: 0dB/-0.2dB
  • Clip level - output: +4dBu
  • General
    • Power: 9 VDC - 25mA, center negative
    • Construction: 14 gauge steel chassis and outer shell
    • Finish: Durable powder coat
    • Size (LxWxH): 4.5" x 3.5" x 1.37" (114.3 x 91.95 x 34.80 mm)
    • Weight: 1.1 lbs (0.49kg)
    • Shipping size (LxWxH): 6.38" x 4.25" x 3" (162 x 107.95 x 76.2 mm)
    • Weight: 1.4lbs (.63kg)
    • Conditions: For use in dry locations only between 5°C and 40°C

Radial Engineering Shotgun
4-Channel Amp Driver

OUR PART #  SHOTGUN

Product Information:

Radial Engineering's Shotgun™ is a compact guitar-level signal buffer that fits on any pedalboard. The 4-channel amp driver features two inputs with a switching jack on input 2 that is capable of changing the architecture from a 1x4 mono distribution system to a 2x2 stereo setup. The Consistent Load Compensation circuit retains a stable input impedance to ensure the character of the signal remains unchanged regardless if being used on one or two sources.

A carefully designed low noise buffer circuit with a full-surface ground plane delivers your toneup to 50 feet without noise. This is augmented with isolation transformers on outputs 2, 3 and 4 to help eliminate the nasty buzz and hum caused by ground loops when multiple amps are connected together.

Radial Engineering Shotgun Features:

  • Configurable for 1x4 mono or 2x2 stereo
  • Isolated outputs eliminate ground loops
  • Buffered outputs drive extra long cables
  • CLC™ Consistent Load Compensation circuit

Radial Engineering Shotgun Specifications:

  • Audio circuit type: Buffered signal distribution with 3 isolated outputs
  • Frequency response: 20Hz-20kHz
  • Dynamic range: 92dB
  • Noise floor: -86dBu
  • Equivalent input noise: -90dBu
  • Maximum input: +8dBu
  • Total harmonic distortion: <0.02% @ -20dB
  • Inter-modulation distortion: ~0.02%
  • Input impedance: 220K ohms
  • Output impedance: 1.8K ohms
  • Gain: 0dB/-0.2dB
  • Clip level - output: +4dBu
  • General
    • Power: 9 VDC - 25mA, center negative
    • Construction: 14 gauge steel chassis and outer shell
    • Finish: Durable powder coat
    • Size (LxWxH): 4.5" x 3.5" x 1.37" (114.3 x 91.95 x 34.80 mm)
    • Weight: 1.1 lbs (0.49kg)
    • Shipping size (LxWxH): 6.38" x 4.25" x 3" (162 x 107.95 x 76.2 mm)
    • Weight: 1.4lbs (.63kg)
    • Conditions: For use in dry locations only between 5°C and 40°C
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