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Radial Engineering JR1-L Latching AB footswitch

Model: JR1-L

Radial Engineering JR1-L Latching AB footswitch
Radial Engineering JR1-L Latching AB footswitch
Radial Engineering JR1-L Latching AB footswitch
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More models to choose from:

JR1-M$109.99
JR1-L$109.99
JR2 Dual$119.99
JR-5 Multi$299.99



About: Radial Engineering JR1-L Latching AB footswitch

The Radial JR-1™ is a single action footswitch designed to remotely control a function such as selecting A or B outputs. As a passive device, it does not require any power to make it work. Instead, it employs a simple mechanical switch that shorts the positive with the ground using either ¼” or XLR connections. The JR1 is available in a ‘L’ latching version that requires pushing on and pushing off the footswitch to sort and release the contact, or a ‘M’ momentary version that shorts the contact when depressed, and releases as soon as the switch is released.

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UPC: 676101041367

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Warranty: Radial Engineering JR1-L Latching AB footswitch

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All products sold by Radial come with a 1-year limited warranty that is detailed in the product's specific owner's manual. This limited warranty protects you against defects in workmanship. The warranty does not cover any consequential or inconsequential damage or any losses.

Some Radial products come with a 3-Year Transferable Warranty. This means that if you buy the product and decide to sell it, the warranty can be transferred to the person that buys it from you, thus providing continuous warranty support and added value. This Transferable Warranty follows the same procedures and limitations outlined in the Standard Warranty. This means that if you sell the product, you must provide the buyer with a copy of your original invoice so that he, in turn, may be able to submit this should a warranty claim be required.