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Post by blinddrew »

Absolutely! It's like the question of how many inputs you need on your interface... :thumbup:
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I looked at USB 2 (i.e. socket 2) and thought, oh no, that's USB 3 (the connector type)

...and i've got patch panel envy...
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Re: New Studio Build - Summerly Studios

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Microphone patch panel construction.Image
All done and ready for ready for the rack and final wiring.
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A bunch of cables made for the back of the rack and patch bay.
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Could have bought a really decent mic for the cost of all these connectors!
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Post by Luke W »

Nice work. It's surprising how much the cost of cable and connectors stacks up isn't it...

jaminem wrote:I looked at USB 2 (i.e. socket 2) and thought, oh no, that's USB 3 (the connector type)

...and i've got patch panel envy...

Apologies in advance for the pedantry, but it's USB-C :D
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