Neutrik MFD

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Mounting aid

  • M3 Thread for quick and easy installation of all D-Norm mounting sockets
available since July 2008
Item number 212960
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Component type Cover
£0.47
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Neutrik makes good stuff
kxszander 05.02.2020
I bought about 20 of these when I decided to make my own patchbays both for live rig and for my studio setup.

Does precisely what it needs to do; use M3 rack screws to fit a 19"-rack backplate with the powercon or XLR-plugs of your choice, fit with optional multicolor Neutrik labeling sheets, and color-coordinate those with optional coding rings for your Neutrik plugs. Pristine rigs for the win!

These are a bit pricy for what it is – and for my personal taste. Color labels, coding rings, adapters set me quite a bit of money. But I don't think there is an equally effective alternative out there, so this is THE way to go.
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A time saver.
Breelo 09.09.2015
Having built numerous XLR patch bays, I would recommend anyone building one with the Neutrik feed-through connectors to buy some of these, as they are by far the easiest way to secure the connectors to the panel. They save a lot of time and frustration by not having to use fiddly nuts on the back of the panel. Just make sure you buy enough of them.
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Something small but nessecary
Anonymous 08.12.2015
I never knew I even needed these until it came to designing a back panel for a rack unit. The holes have m3 threads on them, and are a lot easier to use than fiddling about with M3 nuts.

If you're creating a d-type rack panel, these are a must!
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A great help
daTroll 08.03.2021
Don’t by a d-norm socket without getting also this. No more fiddling with nuts. Just screw in your M3 bolts and you’re done. Only thing: buy one or two more than you need, just in case you strip a thread..
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