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Behringer PX2000 Unbalanced Patchbay  

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Keep your cables under control. The Behringer PX2000 Patchbay gives you 4 different modes at the flick of a switch: parallel, half-normalized, normalized, and open. Equipped with 48 - 1/4" unbalanced ... Click To Read More About This Product

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Keep your cables under control. The Behringer PX2000 Patchbay gives you 4 different modes at the flick of a switch: parallel, half-normalized, normalized, and open. Equipped with 48 - 1/4" unbalanced jacks and 24 switches. Built to last with metal housing, metal-ring jacks, and fiberglass boards. Single rackspace.

Features
  • 24-point patchbay
  • 48 - 1/4" unbalanced jacks
  • 4 modes
Warranty
MANUFACTURER'S WARRANTY
1 year warranty. 3 year warranty if registered within 90 days of purchase.


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BehringerPX2000 Unbalanced Patchbay
 
5.0

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(5 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

It's a Patchbay

By Darren

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Comments about Behringer PX2000 Unbalanced Patchbay:

I've had this for a while. A patchbay is a pretty simple tool, but this one is outstanding because of the price. A patchbay is very useful in a studio if you have a lot of gear. On this one since you can change the functions of the contact points, you can really help simplify your workflow. For example, I have a CD player that's automatically hooked up to a guitar amp if it isn't patched somewhere else. The amp output is prepatched to a 4 track machine so I can record some song sketches without a lot of setup. Plus things hooked up this way are running through less cables. Of course it does make me a little nervous that this is a Behringer rack unit, but there aren't any moving parts, or electronics, so I think it's safe. Just make sure you get good patch cables. I had a set of Cable Up brand, and I was getting a lot of signal loss. I replaced them with a Hosa set and everything was better.

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