What is Patch Panel?

A patch panel is a device or unit featuring a number of jacks, usually of the same or similar type, for the use of connecting and routing circuits for monitoring, interconnecting, and testing circuits in a convenient, flexible manner. A patch panel in a central location can provide a simple, neat and easy-to-manage solution. Patch panels are commonly used in recording studios, radio and television.

1100002_1-1000x746In recording studios, television and radio broadcast studios, and concert sound reinforcement systems, patch panel are widely used to facilitate the connection of different devices, such as microphones, electric or electronic instruments, effects (e.g. compression, reverb, etc.), recording gear, amplifiers, or broadcasting equipment. Patch panel make it easier to connect different devices in different orders for different projects, because all of the changes can be made at the patchbay. Additionally, Patch panel make it easier to troubleshoot problems such as ground loops; even small home studios and amateur project studios often use patch panel, because it groups all of the input jacks into one location. This means that devices mounted in racks or keyboard instruments can be connected without having to hunt around behind the rack or instrument with a flashlight for the right jack. At pro24x7.com are providing the latest Industry standard Patch Panels as per the requirement of Broadcasting & Media needs.

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