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Review: Redco 96pt TT Patchbay with 25 pin D-sub connectors on rear

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Submitted On May 29, 2013 by Contributor:
R196-D25PG

Rating

Sound
100%


Build Quality
80%


Ease of Use
100%


Versatility
82%


Overall Value
80%


Total Score
88%

88/ 100

Review Details

Price: 499
 
Manufacturer:
 

Positives:

Great build, much more cost effective than comparable units
 

Negatives:

none
 
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My Review

Redco is a great company with great products. If you are not already getting all of your cables from them you are messing up.

Patchbays are not fun to buy. They dont do anything fun like eq’s or compressors and they can cost almost as much. This redco patchbay is the cheapest solution for TT front with Dsub back. But it is not cheap, it is well constructed probably just as well as the switchcraft or audio accessories.

Basically the redco patchbay is well constrected, has easy normalling changes, and label is pretty easy with the downloaded template. Sounds as it should, it has no sound. Havent had any issues with it at all. All of my DSUB cabling was also purchased from redco.

Recommend to a friend

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