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Have you got something very simple for me in stock? Db25

On Nov 3, 2014, at 1:30 PM, Matteo Bernacchi <shocca@gmail.com> wrote:

Hi, I would like to buy Teac patchbay.
I just would like to know if you provide db25 to xlr M and db25 to xlr F cable snakes.

Waiting for your kind feedback
thank you

regards
Matteo Bernacchi

Those patchbays are sold out. Sorry. I will mark that on my website.

Sincerely,
Bobby Hickey
817-926-9535
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Mr. Patchbay Website: http://www.misterpatchbay.com/
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On Nov 3, 2014, at 3:18 PM, Matteo Bernacchi wrote:
Hi Bobby,
Have you got something very simple for me in stock? Db25

Il lunedì 3 novembre 2014, Bob Hickey <
motodata@flash.net> ha scritto:
Hello Matteo,


I can custom build a patchbay for you with whatever connectors you want: http://www.misterpatchbay.com/patchbays/adc-48-trs-db-25-patchbay.html

Bob
On Nov 3, 2014, at 4:07 PM, Matteo Bernacchi <shocca@gmail.com> wrote:
Thank you Bob,
one other question: is there something available like 16 or 24 input / 16 or 24 output? Could you send it already soldered with xlr f and xlr m cables?

Matteo

That depends on what type of connectors your gear has. If you stuff is DB-25 then that’s the way to go. However, if your ins & outs are XLR then get me to solder XLR male & female connectors to your patchbay snakes because you do not want to buy six eight-channel DB-25 to XLR snakes…

Bob
On Nov 3, 2014, at 4:22 PM, Matteo Bernacchi <shocca@gmail.com> wrote:
What's the best solution in terms of value for money?
db25 or direct soldered xlr's?

That’s cool. Yea… you can just list the number and type of connections and I will build you a patchbay with four-foot snakes that will match your gear. Then when you get your patchbay, you can just plug n’ play and get back to making music.

Bob

On Nov 3, 2014, at 5:03 PM, Matteo Bernacchi <shocca@gmail.com> wrote:
I got XLR balanced equipment for the most part,
sorry for my apparent dumb questions, I just want to get a deeper and torough understanding of patchbay connections, in order to let me choose the best solution

Hey Matteo,

On Nov 4, 2014, at 7:26 PM, Matteo Bernacchi <shocca@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi Bob,
thank you for your patience.

http://www.misterpatchbay.com/patchbays/adc-pj-390-patchbay.html

  • how about this one?
nice patchbays. I have five of those new in boxes but not yet on website.

  • 52 point means 26 input and 26 ouputs? is it right? That should be good for my needs.

26 in and 26 out. That is correct.

  • I would need snakes with all XLRs except 2 inputs jack trs and 2 outputs jack trs (dbx 166)

no problem.
  • Let's see if i did my homework: does "normal" means every point on top row is permanently connected to corresponding bottom row until a patch cable is inserted top or bottom?
yes, correct.

please kindly let me know about these points.

sorry for my poor english, is the best you can get from an italian guy.’

you speak english very well. You should read some of my emails…

bob


On Nov 5, 2014, at 8:29 PM, Matteo Bernacchi <shocca@gmail.com> wrote:

Thank you Bob let's go ahead, how about money?

Hey Matteo,

I understand top-row all XLR-FEMALE but the last two are 1/4” TRS. The bottom-row all XLR-MALE but the last two are 1/4” TRS. Do you want full normal or no normals?

You can order the patchbay on the link below but, I will use the PJ-390 style that you like shown in the picture below. 
Order here: 
http://www.misterpatchbay.com/patchbays/adc-48-trs-db-25-patchbay.html
If you want me to build this using a
new ADC PJ-390 patchbay, next after you order the custom patchbay with the link above then select "continue shopping" and use this link to upgrade for $65.00 to the new patchbay: http://www.misterpatchbay.com/patchbays/adc-48-trs-db-25-patchbay.html

unknown

Sincerely,
Bobby Hickey
817-926-9535
Visit Bob Land Below
Mr. Patchbay Website: http://www.misterpatchbay.com/
Mix resume: http://www.misterpatchbay.com/patchbays/mixing-resume.html
GaugeCraft: http://www.gaugecraft.com/


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