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Patchbays & Cables, DB25/TT.
Old 1st May 2015
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Patchbays & Cables, DB25/TT.

Looking at patch bays and cables. This is one at Sweetwater:
Switchcraft StudioPatch 9625 | Sweetwater.com

Nice but a grand per unit, anything comparable that’s less money? Also looking at cable DB25 to my Apogee Symphonys and DB25 to XLR. Where’s the best place to get this stuff?
Old 1st May 2015
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I like proaudiola. Made to order super quality

And if you are out of ca with no tax great prices

I have bought about 5 k worth of cabling in the last year and their stuff is top notch and much cheaper than Mogami etc that I've found
And the look and feel is superior
No failures or issues of any kind
Old 1st May 2015
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James, PM me, I may be able to save you a bundle!
Old 1st May 2015
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I bought the Art XLR patch bay.
Can't see a reason to spend too much
Old 2nd May 2015
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I use Redco's DB25 TT patchbay, and its been solid. You can get them direct, or through ProaudioLA as Snoggin noted.
Old 2nd May 2015
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Studio accessories might be slightly cheaper. And the redco one is a lot cheaper. The switchcraft one is really nice though, having the normalling switches on the front panel is super useful.

For cables, pro audio la or redco. Or you can often find deals on mogami gold on eBay.
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