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This is the way to save damage to your gear from plugging and unplugging!

This is the best brand around with almost NO SIGNAL loss per patch (not the case with 1/4" patchbays)


This was gotten from a large pro studio in hollywood california and ive had it for about 3 years...

its ONLY issue is that the first 8 pairs were not working correctly (no idea why because i never fully opened the thing)

this is the type you can change your patches while its still in your rack... a huge bonus to anyone who has to remove the entire thing to change one normalled patch etc....


these things are 1500+ new !

so as long as you don't need all 48 pairs this thing is a steal!


if you have outboard gear especially 500 gear... you need one of these...

and don't think your 1/4" patch bays are good enough... trust me!!

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Listed3 months ago
ConditionFair (Used)
Fair condition gear should function but will show noticeable cosmetic damage or other issues.learn more
Brand
Model
  • Bittree analog Patchbay 1.5U tt->DB25
Finish
  • black
Categories
Year
  • 2010

Recoil Studio

Oxnard, CA, United States
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