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Art P16

Patch Bay from Art .

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" The top!"

Art P16Published on 07/22/14 at 10:49
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
I use it for 6 months, this is my first XLR patch.

Quality is to go and the construction is very solid, the finish is really good!

XLR patch in there is very little pattern, I hesitated a bit to buy it because I did not know the brand, so I really do not regret!

The connection is solid after several connections and disconnect it does not move.
I love the possibility of reversing the connection that allows two patch for I / O.

I bought it in Germany in a well reputed suppliers!

I would do this choice without a doubt!
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" Top!"

Art P16Published on 10/30/12 at 11:37
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
I use it for about 10 months.

I wish I could choose between several models, but it is not easy to find patches XLR. Already that it was commissioned in the United States, it is impossible to find in Europe.

Very handy if you have devices with microphone inputs are on the back of them and it avoids the gun down XLR devices and mixer (or have cables coming from behind the racks and hang out in the studio), and a bay with 16 points was the margin (you can even invert the rack by putting out the front!)

No adjustments to it unpacks it Racke is screwed, plug and bump the happiness I tell you!

The value for money is excellent, rack 16 points XLR M / F much cheaper than doing it......
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I use it for about 10 months.

I wish I could choose between several models, but it is not easy to find patches XLR. Already that it was commissioned in the United States, it is impossible to find in Europe.

Very handy if you have devices with microphone inputs are on the back of them and it avoids the gun down XLR devices and mixer (or have cables coming from behind the racks and hang out in the studio), and a bay with 16 points was the margin (you can even invert the rack by putting out the front!)

No adjustments to it unpacks it Racke is screwed, plug and bump the happiness I tell you!

The value for money is excellent, rack 16 points XLR M / F much cheaper than doing it yourself (1U rack box empty, the male and female XLR connectors, fasteners diverse meter audio cable DIY or a printed circuit and the time to spend for drilling, welding and assembly, excluding the screen if you want something presentable in his studio ..).

The manufacturing quality is really appointment, the look is simple and discreet (he even goes unnoticed), I can only recommend it.

This is a choice I do not regret at all, even though some may think it's stupid to spend a budget only for the few working comfort, believe me, it's worth every penny.
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  • Manufacturer: Art
  • Model: P16
  • Category: Patch Bays
  • Added in our database on: 02/22/2012

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