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Break out cables DB25 [message #85753] Thu, 18 April 2013 19:40 Go to next message
treadmiller is currently offline  treadmiller
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Registered: October 2012
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Has anyone used the mamba patch bay $399.00 The guy at networksound said he would not take a credit card also. Kind of strange to wire money western union to a supplier I thought. So before I make another snap brain fart (Please) what do you guys know I am all ears Thanks for any suggestions. KPmiller akron

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Re: Break out cables DB25 [message #85812 is a reply to message #85753] Tue, 06 August 2013 23:17 Go to previous message
Lydian.flat.7 is currently offline  Lydian.flat.7
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Registered: August 2013
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I realize that you asked this months ago.... but since others may benefit....

I own two of the Mamba patch bays and I like them a lot. I like the DB25 snake cables when working live but behind the rack in the studio it gets insanely confusing- especially since the cables are all the same color. The patch bays help keep things organized and you can quickly find channels to patch in and out. I can also place one of the patch bays on stage with the players and run a long DB25 snake to my MH/computer set up wherever I'm recording in the venue.

I'm surprised Network sound wouldn't take a credit card but they're legit. Their office is about 10 minutes away from where I live so I just called them up and popped into their office and they took a check. The guy running it is quite personable and took some time to show me some of their other projects and showed me his favorite guitar as well. Good people and good service- I wouldn't hesitate to recommend them.
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