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Switchcraft Straight Wired Female Feedthru Jack

Switchcraft Straight Wired Female Feedthru Jack


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Firewire (EEE 1394) Straight Wired connector with 2 Feedthrus and Black Finish. Switchcraft's newest line of connectors, the EH Series, offers a wide range of connectors all within a standard XLR housing. Perfect for systems integration, pro audio, A/V, data, etc. The connectors conveniently mount into standard XLR diagonal hole knockouts, which allows the installer to easily combine the different formats into standard pre-knocked plates or racks without having to custom drill and tap a specific hole for a specific connector. You can also populate your own combination of EH connectors in Switchcraft empty QG rack panels or single and dual gang wall plates. NOTE: Entire EH Series Line shown in photograph.


Switchcraft EH Series Crosswired Firewire 400 Female Feedthru Black Jack is a complete line of audio, video and data connectors built into standard panel-mount XLR housings. Custom combinations of this jack can be quickly loaded into any of Q-G Series panels. Once mounted, connecting your equipment to the back of an this jack is fast and easy. Most jack are feedthru, which means standard cabling is simply plugged into the back of your gear, then plugged into the back of the EH Series jack."

What's In The Box

Switchcraft Crosswired Firewire 400 Female Feedthru Jack
Switchcraft Lifetime Limited Warranty

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