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  • M-Audio Thru 3x8Published on 05/05/05 at 15:34
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Inputs IN 3 that can redirect its convenience to 8 OUT!
    Small not heavy, nickel!

    UTILIZATION

    There is power, there the cables MIDI branch and that's it!
    Nothing simpler.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Super convenient this little trick. I have long hsit but frankly it's convenient. It easily replaces an A880 or otherwise.
  • M-Audio Thru 3x8Published on 02/08/10 at 09:19
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    MIDI THROUGH BOX 3IN / 8OUT
    Steel casing with 3 MIDI IN (AB facade, Behind and C) and 8 outputs MIDI OUT the rear.
    In facade, 8 3-position switch to choose between (A, B or C), and a power button.

    Clearly a allows (for example) to route 3 to 8 keyboards expanders for ordering through the MIDI interface.
    I've had at least 15 years, and it has not aged a bit ...

    It's simple, robust, cheap and did the job!
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