DBX PB-48 - Procesador de señal (48 vías)
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- 48 Panel frontal y puntos de 48 Panel trasero Patch
- 24 user-adjustable Junta conjuntos
- o medio normalizada de-normalled operación
- Resistente y sin ruidos
- Equilibrado TRS y no balanceadas TS conectores de 1/4 "
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Audio de 48 puntos de 1/4 (6,35 mm)
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A Quick flip of the module and any channel is normalled or de-normalled.
Each of the 24 4-jack modules is secured to the patch bay frame with only a single plastic nut that screws onto plastic threading. (Um, are you kidding me?!?)
I installed this patch bay in my studio today, and even though it's functioning, I've already begun shopping for its future replacement because I can't imagine this patch bay will last more than a year before the jacks crack or strip, or the modules are permeated by dust. I also racked my patch bay upside down so that the labeling strips were on top, and to give each module a little firmer seating in case its single, plastic mounting nut ever loosened. Then I used a black Sharpie marker to draw division lines through the label strips between the modules.
Removing a module to flip (de-normalize) requires unscrewing its threaded nut. Unfortunately the modules are too close together to seat a metric socket onto the nut, so you either have to fumble with a half-seated socket or try to grasp it with a needle-nose pliers. It took me over a half-hour to de-normalize all 24 modules.
In summary, for a hundred bucks, I'd at least like my patch bay to have... you know... all six sides. And I'd like to have more than one screw holding in the modules. And those screws should be... you know... metal. Given it's lackluster design and the most corner-cutting construction I've ever seen in a piece of studio gear, in no way would I value this product anywhere near $100. But, because it is working for the time being, I am obligated to at least give this product an "OK" rating of three stars.