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Neutrik 48-Way Jack Patchbay NYS-SPP

Product Code: 440910
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The NYS-SPP-L1 is an economical and remarkable sleek designed 1/4 inch modular Patch Panel for 19 inch rack mount (19 inch x 1U) with a reinforced metal housing.

Neutrik 48-Way Jack Patchbay NYS-SPP £65.00 (INC VAT)
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Neutrik 48-Way Jack Patchbay (Part number: NYS-SPP)


The NYS-SPP-L1 is an economical and remarkable sleek designed 1/4" modular Patch Panel for 19" rack mount (19" x 1U) with a reinforced metal housing. Each of its 48 PCB wired balanced channels (24 front pairs and corresponding 24 rear pairs) can either be grounded separately or in groups of individually chooseable channel numbers. The PCBs are held securely in place by being clamped between the front and the rear panel; this grants an easy reconfiguration of the Patch Panel without the danger of losing any small parts (e.g. nuts). The grey jack serves as an easy and distinguishable normalling identification.

Features & Benefits

● Individual grounding available for each channel separately
● Ruggedized metal housing
● Improved contact design minimises wear on mated plugs
● Economic and versatile designed 1/4" modular Patch Panel with 2 rows of jack sockets
● 48 balanced channels with fully PCB wired jack (24 vertical PC boards), 24 front pairs and corresponding 24 rear pairs
● Jack PC card contains 4 balanced 1/4" jacks with non-tarnishing contacts, is held securely in place without the use of nuts - no little pieces to drop, break or lose
● Easy to change configuration by just flipping individual PC board
● Normalling jack is coloured grey for easy identification
● 4 designation strips included for front and rear panel

Features & Benefits

● Individual grounding available for each channel separately
● Ruggedized metal housing
● Improved contact design minimises wear on mated plugs
● Economic and versatile designed 1/4" modular Patch Panel with 2 rows of jack sockets
● 48 balanced channels with fully PCB wired jack (24 vertical PC boards), 24 front pairs and corresponding 24 rear pairs
● Jack PC card contains 4 balanced 1/4" jacks with non-tarnishing contacts, is held securely in place without the use of nuts - no little pieces to drop, break or lose
● Easy to change configuration by just flipping individual PC board
● Normalling jack is coloured grey for easy identification
● 4 designation strips included for front and rear panel


Product specific:

Dimensions: 482 x 44 mm (19'' x 1U)
Depth: 64 mm (2.52'')
Suitable connectors: A-Gauge 1/4'' plugs acc. EIA RS-453
Channels: 2 x 24 channels, configuration half normalled, isolated, split

Customer Reviews
  • Verified Customer
    on 20 January 2017
    I have five of these now. Plus-points are the cost and ease of use. Negatives are build quality and reliability: the sockets are often too tight (particularly on the back plate) and need coercing with a screwdriver to get them to open up enough. One unit had two dodgy cards from new which was frustrating to debug (~5db loss in volume), chasing the signal path around only to find the problems went away if I physically patched from top to bottom with a cable, rather than replying on the card's normalling. Another unit developed a similar issue. Taking the front off to swap cards around (half-normalled to pass-through for FX) is easy but they never go back together properly. You get what you pay for, and whilst it'll never be as reliable as a hard-wired M&M bantam bay, it's 1/8th of the cost and serves its purpose most of the time.
  • Verified Customer
    on 17 August 2013
    I now have 9 (I am just ordering 2 more) of these and unlike the other reviewer have only had one minor problem in the three years they have been in use. That was a dodgy contact on one card from new, I took the card out cleaned it and it has been fine ever since, by the way I make all my own cabling using Neutrik connectors which I feel helps no end.
  • Verified Customer
    on 17 August 2012
    Not that I have a top pro studio but I found that this patch bay is very fidgety and any movement of the jacks going into the back plate cause a instant loss of signal. I am constantly fiddling with the back plate. I would go back to a hard wire version any day. I would not buy again