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Audio-Technica MCB4 Antenna Combiner allows the signals of up to four M3 Wireless In-Ear Monitor stereo transmitters to be combined onto a single transmitting antenna, reducing rack clutter. <br/>A wide-band unit that operates over the 440-865 MHz range, the MCB4 is designed to complement Audio-Technica M3 Wireless In-Ear Monitor Systems. It is also suitable for many other in-ear wireless systems (with external BNC antenna connections) operating within the 440 to 865 MHz range. The MCB4 provides one output and four isolated transmitter inputs. All RF connectors are BNC-type. <br/>Four jacks on the rear panel (controlled by the unit's power switch) provide 12V DC (center positive) to power as many as four transmitters operating on 12 volts at up to 600 mA each. Included with the unit are four DC cables appropriate for use with M3T (or like-powered) transmitters. The 12-volt supplies for powering transmitters are short-circuit protected. The unit features all-metal construction for extreme durability and protection from radio frequency interference.<br/>
 

Can I use this combiner in a two-tier system?

I'm wondering if I can combine 16 IEM transmitters into a single antenna using five MCB4 combiners in a two-tier system; the antenna outputs of the first four combiners would plug into the antenna inputs of the fifth MCB4, which then plugs into the antenna.
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