The Behringer UltraPatch Pro PX2000 Unbalanced Patchbay keeps audio cables and connections under control. It gives 4 different modes at the flick of a switch: parallel, half-normalled, normalled, and open. With 48 quarter-inch unbalanced jacks and 24 switches. The Behringer PX2000 is built to last with metal housing, metal-ring jacks and fiberglass boards.
In order to wire various components in a studio or on stage, many different connections are needed. Often, fixed links between single devices are impossible, because specific recording, mix-down situations or stage setups may require special connections. For this reason, professionals generally use audio patchbays to simplify and automate connections. For example, audio signals can be routed from one central point to all devices connected to the patchbay, or they can be combined or split in a variety of ways. All this can be achieved with switches conveniently positioned on the top of the Behringer UltraPatch Pro PX-2000 Audio Patchbay.
Behringer's Ultrapatch Pro PX2000 allows audio engineers and musicians to organize numerous connections more efficiently. Robust workmanship and sophisticated design give the PX-2000 long-term reliability and allow its use in a variety of applications. Equipped with 48 phone jacks on the front and rear panels, the PX-2000 is designed to fit in only 1U space of an equipment rack. It has a switch for each channel (a total of 24) on the top panel that are used to adjust one of the four operating modes, offering utmost flexibility when configuring a well-structured wiring scheme in the studio or on stage.
The Behringer UltraPatch Pro PX-2000 is uniquely designed, durable and indispensable for audio cabling and connections