New features include an intelligent true-bypass relay circuit with active pop suppression.

Voerde, Germany (August 27, 2019) -- The Lehle Little Dual II is the successor to the Lehle Little Dual and is a maximum signalfidelity amp switcher for two amps. By using the soft-touch switches you can switch between two connected amplifiers hum-free and without sound loss. The Lehle-Switches work with a microcontroller and an intelligent True-Bypass-Relay-Circuit with active pop noise suppression circuit. Thereby they switch the Lehle Little Dual II even faster than mechanical switches and in addition to that wear-and noise-free.

The centrepiece of the Lehle Little Dual II is its high-end Lehle Transformer HZ, which galvanically isolates output A from output B, making history of hum loops - permanently! Additionally the Lehle Little Dual II is equipped with a TRS switch. Therewith it is possible to send in above-mentioned stereo- or dual-mono signals via a TRS jack or “stereo-jack”.

These signals can be operated either in alternation or in parallel - without hum, and without sound losses, needless to say. The Lehle Little Dual II - small, but so utterly effective!

  • ABY switcher (A or B or both)
  • Hum and noise-free switching
  • High-impedance Lehle Transformer HZ
  • Phase and ground switch
  • Two different operating modes
  • Stereo-routing option
  • Active pop suppression circuit

Top of enclosure: rouge vermillon 31

Bottom of enclosure: gris foncé 59

Lehle Little Dual II MSRP $ 349.- / MAP $ 259,99

The Lehle P-Split III combines passive splitting with the highest possible signal fidelity. Its applications range from splitting signals and eliminating hum, to balancing and reamplification along with any signal routing that requires a clean signal free from noise.

At its core is the high-end Lehle Transformer HZ, which galvanically isolates the two outputs, eliminating any possibility of ground loops. The Lehle Transformer HZ was specially designed for use with high-impedance signals but also splits low-impedance signals with uncompromisingsound quality. The signal can be picked off either symmetrically or asymmetrically from the ISO output.

  • Passive splitter and DI box
  • Absolutely no signal loss or hum
  • High-impedance Lehle Transformer HZ
  • Phase and ground switch
  • Suitable for balanced or unbalanced signals

Top of enclosure: orange

Bottom of enclosure: gris foncé 59

Lehle P-Split III MSRP $ 239.- / MAP $ 179,99

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