Hosa Hose the Lightpipe Patching Problem

Now why didn't we think of that?      24/07/01


As more and more devices are using the Alesis ADAT lightpipe as standard interfaces, we're getting a bit sick of scrabbling around in the dusty crevices of our studios to route the signals where we want (I know I am). Hosa have brought a new patchbay to market which solves that 'dusty crevice' problem. The modular PBP 362
  • Ships with one MFO-363 Half-Normal LitepipeTM Module. Blank Plates Cover Unused Modules. (photo shows four modules loaded)
  • Multifunction Design
  • 1 Unit Rack Chassis-Holds Four Modules.
  • Rear Panel Jumper Defeats Half-Normalling for Non-normalled (straight-through) Operation. []
  • Optional MSP-364 LitepipeTM Splitter Module (1 in, 2 out)
  • AC/DC Adaptor (included) Powers Any Modules Added Later
  • Switching Jack in Bottom Front Position Features Auto Sensing Circuitry to Detect Incoming Signals. Pricing
  • PBP-362 Modular Litepipe Bay with MFO-363 Module: $325.00
  • MFO-363 3-Channel Expander Module: $250.00
  • MSP-364 1-In, 2-Out Litepipe Splitter Module: $65.00 www.hosatech.com More From: HOSA
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