devices are not UL listed, and may not meet federal, state, or local
codes. If you use
the following information as a guide for your own gear, you do so at
your own risk.
Monitor Rack Output and AC
PowerCon Inlet feeds an Edison Outlet (in the blue box). The
Thru outputs allow other racks or band power to be fed from the rack.
If it is necessary to run the rack from a single AC feed, the second
Input can be powered from the first Thru (or vice versa) via the
The monitors (six mixes) are fed via
Neutrik NL4 connectors. Connections to the amps are via
Deltron banana plugs (Mouser
174-5791 (black) and 174-5795 (red) - the best I've found) (I don't use
bare wires or spades - crimps are unreliable IME).
|Here's a little rack that I put togther for the
H.J. Ricks Centre for the Arts. It's a work in progress -
the AC I/O and speaker outputs are not yet up to snuff. Since
the pic was taken, a panel was added to allow the effortless
connection of IEM transmitters. I need to add AC outlets
for the IEMS.