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PX3000 UltraPatch Pro from Behringer

New from Behringer is the UltraPatch Pro PX3000, a fully balanced 48-point patchbay in one rack space, a solution for studio applications for avoiding the usual cable mess...

April 1, 2004

New from Behringer is the UltraPatch Pro PX3000, a fully balanced 48-point patchbay in one rack space, a solution for studio applications for avoiding the usual cable mess.

The new PX3000 features fully balanced, 1/4 TRS connectors and offers three selectable modes per channel via top-side switches (price tba.)

"NORMAL" inserts interconnect the two rear jacks of one channel, while inserting a plug into one of the front jacks interrupts the connection of the rear jacks.

"THRU" facilitates connection of each rear connector with its corresponding front connector.

"HALF NORMAL" interconnects the two rear jacks of one channel and inserting a plug into the lower front connector interrupts the connection of the rear connectors.

The PX3000 features steel construction for durability and is expected to ship in the third quarter 2004.

For more information, visit their web site at www.behringer.com

By our press release coordinator Thursday January 1, 2004