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Runway Audio Announces the TRS Junction Box

A fully isolated pass-through TRS box that doesn't sport any unnecessary frills.

Nashville, TN (February 28, 2020) -- Runway Audio, a boutique manufacturer of high-quality instrument cables based in Nashville, is launching a new, clean piece of gear every guitar player should have in their kit: The Runway Audio TRS Junction Box.

No tricks here. What you see is what you get. The Runway Audio TRS Junction Box has 3 fully isolated TRS pass-throughs in a rugged tour-grade, powder-coated enclosure. They're not reinventing the wheel here, but while most junction boxes have jacks on opposite sides, they have put them on the top and one side to fit snugly on your pedalboard and help clean things up while maximizing space. This attention to detail is mirrored by hand-soldered quality for unrivaled reliability, night in and night out and session after session.

Dimensions:

4.4" x 2.4" x 1.2



Price & Availability:

Purchase at RunwayAudio.com for $49.99

Runway Audio is known for their high-quality instrument cables. From custom electric and acoustic guitar cables to patch cables, Runway products are perfect for players who want the best sound from their cables, from hobbyists to professional recording and touring musicians. Their high-quality instrument cables are hand-soldered in Nashville and shipped directly to you.

The cables come in various lengths and colors.

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