Remote Splitter Box With 1/4" Inputs?

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  • #44540
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    turnstile
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    Is there anything on the market that could be used with the QU (dSNAKE) that has 1/4″ or Combo input jacks? It seems everything A&H offers is all XLR. I have a studio synth rig with 24 channels of outputs that I’d like to use with it (w/o the need of many DI’s)

    #44541
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    If they are balanced inputs then a simple cable will do the job – XLR to TRS jack…

    If they aren’t then a simple cable will do the job, you just will be subject to the same interference on the cable as you would have been anyway – the XLR inputs will take an unbalanced input – at least they aren’t carrying it to the mixer unbalanced, it’s digitised for that link…

    #44542
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    turnstile
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    Thanks, they are a mix of balanced and unbalanced. I was just trying to avoid additional cabling, adapters, etc.

    #44543
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    [XAP]Bob
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    How are the outputs presented? If they are sockets (which I’d expect) then you’re replacing cables, so no more anywhere other than your storage cupboard..

    A set of adaptors (rig might well have cables as the output) or cables (if it has sockets as outputs) should be a clean enough solution in a studio.

    #44544
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    DavidCo
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    A 1/4″ TRS jack to XLR male loom would be the most appropriate solution here, assuming the jack sockets are located together.

    DC

    #44545
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    SteffenR
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    I hope the link is working

    thats the solution from my cable dealer

    #44547
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    [XAP]Bob
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    That works, and would work…

    #44548
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    MarkPAman
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    Woodwork will never solve this problem – you need something that conducts electricity. 😀

    #44549
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    You need more electricity, then most things conduct it 😉

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