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Behringer Ultrapatch Pro PX3000

Patch Bay from Behringer belonging to the Ultrapatch series

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Behringer Ultrapatch Pro PX3000Published on 08/20/08 at 07:31
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Okay so since some of esprent product reviews but no I stationed myself glue
I used the last one year in about cofiguration home studio to link all entries / exits of gear (logic). What is interesting, is that it works in c symmetrical; and for each entry point can be selected with a simple normalization slecteur.
Otherwise cot breath no problems at home, it does its job. Well it's still a patch can break Jack, but if we can a careful no problems. After so it's not the Bantam but for the home studio is very correct.
Seriously And the day he breaks the price new trash and redemption;)
I put 8 because good qualitprix report, its correct but hey it's still the last patch of life...…
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Okay so since some of esprent product reviews but no I stationed myself glue
I used the last one year in about cofiguration home studio to link all entries / exits of gear (logic). What is interesting, is that it works in c symmetrical; and for each entry point can be selected with a simple normalization slecteur.
Otherwise cot breath no problems at home, it does its job. Well it's still a patch can break Jack, but if we can a careful no problems. After so it's not the Bantam but for the home studio is very correct.
Seriously And the day he breaks the price new trash and redemption;)
I put 8 because good qualitprix report, its correct but hey it's still the last patch of life rather limited.

Edit in August 2008:

Over time appears a non ngligeable problem: the jack is "softened" and sometimes share their weight some jack multicore for example dconnectent. On neutrique this never happens ....
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BrandskiBrandski

Let's patch

Behringer Ultrapatch Pro PX3000Published on 08/22/14 at 04:33
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1 year ago.
it makes sense to route my instrumentals between my mixer, effects and my soundcard.
3 Mode: Normal, normal and half thru.
I rackée. A delicately manipulate otherwise the pactch opens and everything falls.
negative, the selectors modes (normal / half / thru) are on the top so inaccessible once the patch Racke.
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ericcyrilericcyril

Behringer Ultrapatch Pro PX3000Published on 04/07/08 at 13:34
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I use it for one month

It is super convenient and cheap beefy

I used the same brand of PX2000

Great

Yes I will take a second
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crixefilcrixefil

not completely reliable

Behringer Ultrapatch Pro PX3000Published on 09/02/11 at 14:09
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I use it for 10 years. It is the only patch that I tried was also the cheapest in symmetrical.
for use in home studio, it does, but over time some connections and connections have bad contacts.
Fortunately I do not use all entries.

I think investing in better equipment, but first it's still an interesting economic choices
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  • Manufacturer: Behringer
  • Model: Ultrapatch Pro PX3000
  • Series: Ultrapatch
  • Category: Patch Bays
  • Added in our database on: 04/02/2004

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