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Neutrik NYS-SPP-L
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Neutrik NYS-SPP-L

Patch Bay from Neutrik .

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" Worse than Berhinger"

Neutrik NYS-SPP-LPublié le 05/13/11 à 06:24
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This patch is a dark shit
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Neutrik NYS-SPP-LPublié le 06/18/05 à 09:50
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I've had a few months, I look trs solid all the connections are lgrement articulated, is no worse in time I think when cable / dcable often, we'll see.
Neutrik connectors are rput for these kinds of quality at all and I do not feel they have failed the RULES on the patchbay, it's nothing symtrique and upgrade its point for me but I am not an expert.

There are three types of connections:

Halfnormalled:
Provides a single between two of the entries out or live on the outputs.

Split:
2 inputs on a single out.

Isolated:
Same as mode halfnormalled when direct entry into the cable exits except that the srigraphie we see the connection on the rear of the rack, I too......
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I've had a few months, I look trs solid all the connections are lgrement articulated, is no worse in time I think when cable / dcable often, we'll see.
Neutrik connectors are rput for these kinds of quality at all and I do not feel they have failed the RULES on the patchbay, it's nothing symtrique and upgrade its point for me but I am not an expert.

There are three types of connections:

Halfnormalled:
Provides a single between two of the entries out or live on the outputs.

Split:
2 inputs on a single out.

Isolated:
Same as mode halfnormalled when direct entry into the cable exits except that the srigraphie we see the connection on the rear of the rack, I too understood due to lack of manual y has something that m'chappe: (

Apparently must disassemble (no cursor or other) to switch from one mode to another, it is a shame.
I am glad trs, amnage connectors of my stuff and I need to return my rack and that's good:)

I put 7 as it must disassemble and there was not even a small explanatory note in the box but ... for me it is not speaking of all of Systm notation.

Edit June 18, 2005: Something's nice is you can do the merge 2in / 1 out with my Stereo Cables I have to not push them back to a walking, mono what.

If not for once I'm more of disassembly trssr I must say.
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" Ultra disappointing!"

Neutrik NYS-SPP-LPublié le 05/31/11 à 16:03
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I used this patch for over a year.

Very poor build quality! it has nothing to do with the legendary quality Neutrik connectors, which are the best in the world ...

The jacks are "plugguent" difficult, it is often necessary to force besides that there are sometimes false contacts! Besides the connectors are not Neutrik
What is still amazing for a patch for this brand!
Neutrik I contacted to inform them of my concerns because, they say on their website "Quality is our priority" but it remained a dead letter ...

This patch is very poor unworthy of Neutrik!
For the price it is better to take a Berhinger is certainly better. ...
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I used this patch for over a year.

Very poor build quality! it has nothing to do with the legendary quality Neutrik connectors, which are the best in the world ...

The jacks are "plugguent" difficult, it is often necessary to force besides that there are sometimes false contacts! Besides the connectors are not Neutrik
What is still amazing for a patch for this brand!
Neutrik I contacted to inform them of my concerns because, they say on their website "Quality is our priority" but it remained a dead letter ...

This patch is very poor unworthy of Neutrik!
For the price it is better to take a Berhinger is certainly better.
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Neutrik NYS-SPP-LPublié le 06/26/09 à 13:00
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I confirm that it is important to take it apart to swap the cards. you unscrew the small screw on the rate, you remove the face plate, and you can leave the block and swap them at will.
qu'estion me that I wonder it was so I can Bracher reverb in the auxiliary DeSUS. output to the table -> Rev entered -> exit rev -> entered Patch -> sotie patch -> back console ...

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  • Manufacturer: Neutrik
  • Model: NYS-SPP-L
  • Category: Patch Bays
  • Added in our database on: 11/15/2003

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