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Audio Patchbays

Switchcraft® quality Audio Connectors, Plugs, Cable Assemblies and Switches from Clarke & Severn Electronics
Clarke & Severn Electronics
Clarke & Severn Electronics supplies a broad range of Switchcraft® components for audio, video, telecommunication, computer, medical, military, appliance, transportation and instrumentation industries
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Madison Technologies is an Industry leader specialising in products and services in the cabling, networking and wireless and audio visual arenas. For more than 20 years, our skilled connectivity experts have been finding and creating clever and robust ...
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Clarke & Severn Electronics is supplier of connectors and cable assemblies from leading brands, suitable for various industrial applications. Products include Crystal Oscillators, reading and data collection products, PCB connectors and hardware, ...
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Eavtech has been manufacturing and supplying unique audios visual solutions and communication equipment including audio patchbays, signal generators, digital audio systems, video technology, microphones, portable audio, presentation routers, broadcast ...
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These audio patchbays feature extra-wide designation strips
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25/09/12 - The Bittree RS-422 64-Port model of audio patchbays from Madison Connective Technologies effectively route, manage and verify RS-422 signals.
A view of the audio patchbays from the rear
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25/09/12 - The Audio Accessories Mini Shorti Quick-Switch DB 25 model of audio patchbays from Eavtech is wired to DB25 connectors.
Switchcraft MMVP Series Micro Video Patchbays
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13/10/11 - Clarke & Severn Electronics presents the Switchcraft MMVP Series that provides the highest level of density for SMPTE 424 video and AES/EBU digital audio patching.
StudioPatch series audio patchbays
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23/04/09 - StudioPatch series audio patchbays, available from Clarke & Severn Electronics, utilise Switchcraft's EZ Norm technology, allowing signal flow to be changed from the front of the patchbay using a standard screwdriver.

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