Pro Co Sound StageMaster Snake 20 Channel Stagebox to Fanout (16x Send + 4x XLR Male Return) (75')

BH #PRSFB16X4X75 • MFR #SMA1604FBX-75
Pro Co Sound
Pro Co Sound StageMaster Snake 20 Channel Stagebox to Fanout (16x Send + 4x XLR Male Return) (75')
Key Features
  • Rugged and Flexible
Very cleverly conceived by Pro Co Sound's director of engineering, Gerry Carpenter, the StageMaster Series SMA1604FBX-75 Snake is logically thought out and designed for fixed installations and light road and stage use. The rugged and reliable design features the latest in connector technology and a cable that is extremely flexible for easy coiling.
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$387.50
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Pro Co Sound SMA1604FBX-75 Overview

Very cleverly conceived by Pro Co Sound's director of engineering, Gerry Carpenter, the StageMaster Series SMA1604FBX-75 Snake is logically thought out and designed for fixed installations and light road and stage use. The rugged and reliable design features the latest in connector technology and a cable that is extremely flexible for easy coiling.

The StageMaster stagebox is built from a thick 16 gauge connector plate with a blank template overlay that allows channel ID numbers to be written on it. The stagebox features Pro Co Duralink cable, and the fanout cable spread is 3-4' long to allow for the individual connectors to link to multiple audio components.

Duralink multipair audio cable and an all-new indestructible high-tech aluminum chassis
PVC tubing protects each fanout channel
Reliable solder-less contact points eliminate highly resistive connections
UPC: 703272056026

Pro Co Sound SMA1604FBX-75 Specs

Connector 120 x 3-Pin XLR Female (Stagebox)
Connector 216 x 3-Pin XLR
4 x 3-Pin XLR Male (Return)
Cable Length75' / 22.9 m
Shielding100% Aluminum-Polyester 
Wire Gauge24 AWG
Number of Channels20
Packaging Info
Package Weight20.8 lb
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