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Jade Audio 8-Channel TRS Recording Snake
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I use one to jump from my live rig of effects and loopers from multi-sources to a roland amp and I have had no problems with it. Been using for over a year. to be honest, looking at it out of the box, I was afraid it would not hold up; but it has very well. In fact, I might get another one to connect v-drum pads to the brain.
Great cable for recording studios not sure for live applications! Personally I used the snake for a Roland Drum Set and it works great. Very economical and does the job can?t find any problems. I highly recommend this snake in any recording studio or for an electric drum set! ?(??)?
I own 2 of these units for remote Patchbay / recorder remote system send/receive interface. Makes life so much easier! You sure could spend more for higher level of quality, but you can't beat it for the money. I've had no problems with these and I breakdown and move my remote recording system often.
Worked when I bought it. I don't know if this product could take too much abuse, but if you use it in a permanent or semi-permanent installation it should do fine. I plan on buying another one.
I've had a couple of these for a few months now and had no problems with it. It stays permenantly mounted in an skb rack case between a patchbay and all the fx periferals, so it never gets un-plugged or moved around. Good enough quality for that, not sure about road use.
if you don't plan on moving these cables around much, they'll work fine. (like a semi-permanent home studio) just don't even think of taking them on the road.