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Adam Hall 87471 Rackmount Power Strip
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Adam Hall 87471 Rackmount Power Strip

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mickydebzmickydebz

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Adam Hall 87471 Rackmount Power StripPublished on 11/06/12 at 11:43
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Strip (* 8) 19 "rack.
Very practical, all power supplies are hot in their rack. It's silly but practical. I say more. I am looking for more than 36 triplets and I have no hum in my speakers. Very good strip, it does its job. One branch, one branch over all these devices (such as a power strip), and magic Christmas tree lights.
One caveat, I always connect to a socket.
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Adam Hall 87471 Rackmount Power StripPublished on 07/16/12 at 02:21
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Rackmount power strip with switch in front for only slightly more expensive than a conventional product found in hardware stores.
Simple and effective, powers up to 8 devices if you do not have too many bulky transformers. Beware also when connecting transformers, allow extra space above or below because it may exceed. In addition, some transformers tend to easily undo the plug, one of two Voicelice example. Nothing nasty in a home studio but be careful when moving the rack, no problem, however, taken with classics.
I use it mainly for power on / off my monitor speakers, my control surface and a few devices and it keeps me turning on each unit.
I do it again without hesitation...…
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Rackmount power strip with switch in front for only slightly more expensive than a conventional product found in hardware stores.
Simple and effective, powers up to 8 devices if you do not have too many bulky transformers. Beware also when connecting transformers, allow extra space above or below because it may exceed. In addition, some transformers tend to easily undo the plug, one of two Voicelice example. Nothing nasty in a home studio but be careful when moving the rack, no problem, however, taken with classics.
I use it mainly for power on / off my monitor speakers, my control surface and a few devices and it keeps me turning on each unit.
I do it again without hesitation because this choice at this price, this product is unrivaled and offers undeniable comfort of use.
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Adam Hall 87471 Rackmount Power StripPublished on 10/20/10 at 13:19
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I use this multi-making for over 1year and I never had any problem with, it has 8 outlets and a stop button, the wiring and thick enough (ie 3 * 1.5mm), c 'is a very good price / quality ratio, very economical for the price you will not find better, I would do without hesitation that choice



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  • Manufacturer: Adam Hall
  • Model: 87471 Rackmount Power Strip
  • Category: PA & Live Sound Accessories
  • Added in our database on: 09/16/2009

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