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The Alctron PS-4 Dual-Channel Instrument Foot Switch combines latch and momentary-type switching in one unit. With two switches conveniently housed side-by-side, each switch to be set for either latch or momentary. For keyboards, drum machines, and amps.
Alctron PS-4 Dual-Channel Foot Switch
The Alctron PS-4 dual-channel foot switch combines latch and momentary-type switching into one unit. With two switches conveniently housed side-by-side, each switch to be set for either latch or momentary operation. For keyboards, drum machines, and amps.
Double Sturdy Pedal
The Alctron PS-4's two modes change according to the change of the side polarity switch. When you use the pedal switch, the red LED indicator on the panel will light up accordingly. The 9V battery operated. The bottom is made of non-slip rubber, and high-quality springs are installed inside to ensure that the product can be better manipulated during performance.
- A dual-channel foot switch with LATCH and MOMENTARY modes combined into one
- Two switches conveniently housed side-by-side
- Allows each switch to be set for latch or momentary operation
- TRS input jack for single cable connection
- Can be connected to other footswitches for extension
- Can be used with a wide variety of keyboards, rhythm machines, guitar amps, and more
- 9V battery powered
- The two modes change according to the side polarity switch
- Depth: 45mm
- Height: 87mm
- Weight: 480g
Good-value gearBy: Alan Smith on 7 June 2023I recently bought a fancy Boss DB-90 metronome, and needed a dual channel momentary foot switch for hands-free control of both Memory selection and Start/Stop. My initial impulse was to buy one of the classic Boss FS-6 foot switches, but they're darn expensive, so I had a look at this Alctron PS-4, which seemed to have the same functionality at about 40% of the price. In short, it does the job — it's obviously been modelled exactly on the FS-6 in terms of looks, and switches, and options, and jacks, and even the manual. (In fact, quite amusingly, there's one section of the manual that Alctron has not only (apparently) cut-and-pasted from the FS-6 documentation, but they even accidentally neglected to change the wording from "FS-6" to "PS-4"! LOH) Anyway, it does exactly what I need, so it's a winner from the value standpoint. .......... One slight criticism which probably warrants a half-star reduction (if I could award 4.5 stars) — the battery cover design is such that, when a 9V battery is inserted, it's such a tight fit that the cover won't stay closed, no matter how much you fiddle with it. (I even removed the foam "cushion" to give more space, but the cover latch just doesn't clip in firmly. I solved it by using gaffer tape to hold the cover down, so no biggie, but they do need to re-work the design in that area. Apart from that, I'm very happy with the PS-4.