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Patch Bay from Samson Technologies belonging to the S Class series.

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  • Anonymous

    Samson Technologies S-patch plusPublished on 09/25/07 at 23:48
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    - How long have you use it?
    1 months
    - What is the particular feature you like best and least?
    He does his job, just
    - Have you tried many other models before acqurir?
    No, this is my first
    - How do you report qualitprix?
    It is perfect
    - With the exprience, you do again this choice ...?
    Hard to say since a month is not a long experience ....
  • Swiss Army Multi patch!

    Samson Technologies S-patch plusPublished on 04/20/12 at 08:23
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    How long you use it?
    1 year

    What is so special that you love the most, least?
    + Routing
    - A bit pricey

    Did you tried many other models before buying it?
    this is not the first and it's worth

    How would you rate the quality / price?
    a bit pricey

    With experience, you do again this choice? ...
    yes it is still robust
  • It does its job

    Samson Technologies S-patch plusPublished on 04/18/12 at 02:22
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    Following the purchase of several preamps but limited to eight converters, I needed a patch to route my signal easily.

    I used this patch a few years and I never had any problems with.

    I will ever choose this patch bay even compete Neutrik, more expensive but not better ...
  • great patch!

    Samson Technologies S-patch plusPublished on 04/15/12 at 02:13
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    This patch is a 48-point, symmetrized. with s-patches for three positions of switches, N, T and HN.Je uses (I have three) for three ans.Super value prix.J I have two s-s and more patch-patch first generation, not hull arriere.J 'looked and looked at other models that ultimately there is the fullest even higher than Neutrik.
    An excellent product for patching all the peripherals.
  • Samson Technologies S-patch plusPublished on 06/10/08 at 01:51
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    I use it for 3 months.
    I have owned the patch Neutrik NYS-SPP and Berhinger ultra-patch for me that showed each of the defects: the neutrik (made in China), had the advantage of providing its name, being in principle a more reliable and reliability. However, two caveats: if you want to change the signal path, you must remove the front plate and invert the desired module. Not practical. Also, maybe it was specific to my model, but you still have to exert strong pressure to get a jack and out. Not user friendly.
    The Berhinger in turn gave the impression of being a better bill for the "fluidity" in the wiring / rewiring.
    Against change by the signal path is via a p'tit switch on the......
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    I use it for 3 months.
    I have owned the patch Neutrik NYS-SPP and Berhinger ultra-patch for me that showed each of the defects: the neutrik (made in China), had the advantage of providing its name, being in principle a more reliable and reliability. However, two caveats: if you want to change the signal path, you must remove the front plate and invert the desired module. Not practical. Also, maybe it was specific to my model, but you still have to exert strong pressure to get a jack and out. Not user friendly.
    The Berhinger in turn gave the impression of being a better bill for the "fluidity" in the wiring / rewiring.
    Against change by the signal path is via a p'tit switch on the front top of the patch. It's good and bad, better than the neutrik but it does mean that once positioned in a rack, you must remove it to access switches ... unless you leave a space at the top.
    The Samson is the best of two worlds, it is "fluid" as Berhinger and has a small switch on the front that allows you to instantly change the configuration. Ultra convenient!
    I know many of you will say that a patch, once configured, you touch it anymore and therefore the system or neutrik Berhinger is not a problem either, except during setup. I totally agree with this view, except that in my daily life, is still trying to find configuration "ultimate" for my setup, I am often asked to handle, do the little buttons the samson.
    A remake, not hesitate!
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  • Samson Technologies S-patch plusPublished on 03/11/09 at 16:45
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    I use it for 2 years regularly.
    It more than the silent Neutrik or Behringer but I had no confidence in Behringer. And then I got a discount so I not taken the Neutrik.
    In addition it has rglages front. I do not use for now but will come because I will rewire correctly all my HS is increasingly bringing grow.
    It changed my life bte the patch bay. It's great practice, there is no need to plug unplug ever derrire the synths, sampler and BAR and is quickly and damage the instruments.
    In addition he brings me some modularity in my Systm because in three seconds I road all to anything.
    I even link multiple in / out of my console and mix my sound card and my belongings. One can even......
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    I use it for 2 years regularly.
    It more than the silent Neutrik or Behringer but I had no confidence in Behringer. And then I got a discount so I not taken the Neutrik.
    In addition it has rglages front. I do not use for now but will come because I will rewire correctly all my HS is increasingly bringing grow.
    It changed my life bte the patch bay. It's great practice, there is no need to plug unplug ever derrire the synths, sampler and BAR and is quickly and damage the instruments.
    In addition he brings me some modularity in my Systm because in three seconds I road all to anything.
    I even link multiple in / out of my console and mix my sound card and my belongings. One can even imagine to connect TO, sub group or inserts and we get a system that truly modular.
    The connectors are solid and the rear a little moles forward. But I think it's my patch cables that have aged and of poor quality taient. (Yellow cable in this case)
    It makes me rler Cables to weld patch just 60cm of cable and connectors neutrik put on this type of cable because I was going to be more expensive than the patch. I think the better use of Cables patch as consumers and therefore to change rgulirement seen their low cost. (10 for a dozen Yellow cable Thomann and consors)
    The report quality price s most-patch is good and the unit is solid. Pay 100, it OCCAZ in about 50.
    I will buy one soon, just as my first patch is full and because it brings so much of flexibility that I have new ides connection that I can couraging with a second device. Eventually I will connect all the in / out of these two devices all my patch. If necessary I will take a 3rd one troisime.
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  • Samson Technologies S-patch plusPublished on 05/18/10 at 12:02
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    For how long have you been using it?

    I took 3 to 15 days there.

    Did you try many other models before getting this one?

    Yes, I used the Behringer before, but nothing to do in terms of quality (on the Behringer, the connectors did not firmly establish the jacks, they tended to fall away). I also had Re'an there a decade, the price should be around € 150 if I remember correctly.

    What thing do you like most/least about it?

    The "+": The presence of switches for routing settings on the front is a definite plus. The manufacturing quality is also the rendezvous, the connectors are in good order. The insertion of jacks takes a little pressure and you feel a reliable connection and jacks......
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    For how long have you been using it?

    I took 3 to 15 days there.

    Did you try many other models before getting this one?

    Yes, I used the Behringer before, but nothing to do in terms of quality (on the Behringer, the connectors did not firmly establish the jacks, they tended to fall away). I also had Re'an there a decade, the price should be around € 150 if I remember correctly.

    What thing do you like most/least about it?

    The "+": The presence of switches for routing settings on the front is a definite plus. The manufacturing quality is also the rendezvous, the connectors are in good order. The insertion of jacks takes a little pressure and you feel a reliable connection and jacks hold firmly in place (unlike other competitive models).

    The "-" I would say the width of the rear (which enters the cabinet racks) is slightly larger than the standard rack, requiring in some cases (as furniture) to trim a few rails fixing furniture. For the rest of the negatives about this product, I'm still looking!

    What is your opinion about the value for the price?

    Excellent build quality for this ..

    Knowing what you know now, would you make the same choice?

    Without a doubt, I think me take another 3.
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