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ART Pro Audio 48-Point Balanced 1/4-Inch TRS Patch Bay

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48-Point Balanced 1/4-Inch TRS Patch Bay

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48-Point Balanced 1/4-Inch TRS Patch Bay
48-Point Balanced 1/4-Inch TRS Patch Bay
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The ART P48 48-point balanced patchbay is the best solution for organizing cables while optimizing connectivity in any studio or live PA rack. Designed for maximum convenience, each pair of TRS 1/4-inch balanced I/O can be configured for normal or half-normal operation.

The fully shielded steel 19-inch 1U rackmount chassis has reversible rack ears for maximum flexibility. The P48 is covered by ART's comprehensive 3-year warranty.

• 48 points of balanced direct signals, 24 channels of linked input/output pairs
• Switchable half normal and normal modes of operation (with through type connections)
• High quality passive interface
• 1/4" TRS phone jack connectors
• 19" 1U-high rack mount with rugged, fully shielded black all-steel enclosure
• Reversible rack ears for added system flexibility
• Three year warranty

• Connectors: 1/4-inch TRS Balanced Phone Jacks
• CMRR: Better than -90 dB (-95 dB typical)
• Channel to Channel Isolation: Better than -80 dB (-95 dB typical)
• Enclosure: Steel 1U high, 19-inch rack mount
• Dimensions: 1.75"H x 19"W x 3.5"D (44mm x 483mm x 89mm)
• Weight: 4.5 lbs (2.0 kg)

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This one still works! 11 of 11 customers found this review helpful
Product Experience   I own it
Closest Store   North Vancouver, British Columbia
I've gone through the typical Neutrik bay, even moved up to a 96 point bantam (which are supposed to be the top) and had issues with both over the years. This ART one is still trouble free and showing no signs of crackling or any other issues. I feel l will continue with 1/4" over the TT and am grabbing another PB48 to expand my i/o.
Posted by Matt Stephanson on Sep 4, 2016
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