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V76/80 racks
Old 8th June 2016
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V76/80 racks

I was wondering if it's really nessacery to rack a v76. The unit I have has xlr in and out cables and a power cord attached. If I'm not worried about adding functionality like trim lots and phantom power etc. is it really needed to rack these units? I also have a power transformer to supply it with the correct voltage.

Thanks!

Last edited by c0rtland; 8th June 2016 at 03:55 PM.. Reason: Correction
Old 9th June 2016
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I don't think so...
Old 9th June 2016
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I use mine as you describe and love it
I also use a V72 that way. way more limited but sounds great.
Old 10th June 2016
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I just have mine plugged into 230V for yeears, no problem
Old 10th June 2016
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Thanks guys. That's kinda what I was thinking. I'm not too precious about this stuff. Didn't seem necessary, but I wanted to make sure I wasn't overlooking something.
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