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Behringer PX3000 Ultrapatch Pro

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48-Channel Multifunctional Patch Bay

  • Balanced jack sockets 6.3 mm
  • Three switchable modes per channel: Normal (normalised), Half Normal (half normalised) and THRU (through-connected)
  • Switch on the top of the patch bay for each channel for switching the modes
  • Body shape: 19" / 1 RU
  • Dimensions (W x H x D): 483 x 45 x 93 mm
  • Weight: 1.8 kg
Number Of Channels 48
Type Of Connector Jack
Normalizing Mode Yes
Digital Patchbay No
Soldering Required No
Design 19" / 1U
Item number 175248
£55
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Not convinced
Rob J. 25.05.2020
I bought this as Thomann stopped selling the Samson S-patch Plus which is a solid product.
I thought this would be okay.
Setting up is pretty straight forward & good. The switches to achieve this are on the top of the unit so you don't need to take it apart which is good in my opinion. You just need to remember to either leave room above the unit or be sure you can slide it out from the rack if you ever need to make some changes.
The jacks are slightly wobbly, which didn't concern me too much.
However, after a month of light use the unit has started to generate noise & crackles when being patched. I need to double check that it is this unit that is responsible (pretty sure though). I will then be contacting Thomann for an alternative.
Maybe its just a one off but like the heading states I'm not convinced about this product.
Bring back the Samson ;-)
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Does what it says
DrMattF 03.12.2014
Good options per channel. Bit of a pain that the switches are on the top so you either need to leave a small gap and use a screwdriver to move them or prepare everything before racking.

Not sure if the crackles and apparently dodgy channels I get are from the ultra patch or from cables (all bought new) which is why i can't confidently give it 5/5 for quality

Additional info after a couple of years... I would hesitate to buy these now, as I need to replacement. He crackles and bad connections are too annoying to live with and have been for a while. If you're an occasional user they're OK, but if you need a professional set up I'd look at something else.
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best at the cheap end
Noisecraft 13.09.2021
not noisy, good features. the inclusion of a switchable modes is very attractive, it woud have been even better if the switch was on the front panel instead of on top, as when you rack mount it the switch gets hidden.

But at the price, who can complain.. You do have the option to switch modes per connector pair, even if you have to fiddle just a bit.
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I have three of these - very useful
GARCON 30.06.2021
Not much to say about these. They do what they are supposed to do. They are good value and easy to use. I have all mine half-normalled so I don't worry about being able to access the top mounted switched when in the rack.
They will require you spend quite a lot of money on cables but as they won't constantly need rearranging, they should last a long time.
So far I've no complaints about quality and I haven't experienced any crackle or cross-talk.
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