Neutrik NYS-SPP-L

48-point TRS Patch Bay
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Neutrik Quality Connectors in a Patch Bay!

Neutrik's NYS-SPP-L is a professional 48-point 1/4" TRS patch bay with 24 front pairs and 24 rear pairs. That makes it easy for you to get your patching jobs done right. It's fully PC board-wired (24 vertical PC boards) without nut fasteners so you can open the front panel without taking the unit out of the rack to flip cards for half-normalled, split, or isolated use. And the NYS-SPP-L uses Neutrik's legendary connectors to make this a patch bay that will last for years to come!

Neutrik NYS-SPP-L 48-point TRS patch bay Features at a Glance:
  • 48-point Neutrik TRS patch bay
  • Will pass Phantom Power
  • Front panel can be removed while racked for half-normalled, split, or isolated use
  • Features reliable Neutrik connectors

Tech Specs

Analog/Digital Analog
Number of Points 48
Format Rack
Connector Types - Front 1/4" TRS
Connector Types - Back 1/4" TRS
Function Mode Normal, Half Normal, Split, Isolated
Height 1.74"
Depth 4.53"
Width 19"
Manufacturer Part Number NYS-SPPL-L1

Customer Reviews

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Couldn't be better

I am new to the ways of the patch bay. This is my second one (the first is a used Furman), and now I know how a good patchbay should work. You can take the cover off even when the unit is in the rack and pull out individual jacks, turn them around and change from half-normalled to split to isolated, simple as can be. I've got my sound card ins and outs half-normalled in the first sixteen and my signal processors isolated in the remaining 8. Good study metal construction, well worth the price. Be sure you have lots of TRS cables. I am using about 36 of them at present.


Honestly, I haven't even pulled it out of the box yet, and I don't know when I'll get around to it. I'm sure it'll be just fine when I do hook it up. I feel like these Neutrik products are always solid. Shipping was super fast as always with you guys. Much appreciated.
Music background: music lover and long time composer

Did the trick

Really helped clean up my tangle between console, tape, and DAW. Quite versatile with half-normal, split, and isolated modes. Going to order the optional insert channels to make easier connection to console inserts. Excellent value for the money, and well built. Minor quibbles, scribble strips should be mountable, altough can be glued on, grounding each channel separately requires some extra work, but tabs are provided.
Music background: Part-time musician and recording engineer, local music producer

It works....

These do the trick. Flipping the cards is kind of a pain. They don't really lock into position, and lining 24 of them up to get the cover back on can be quite tricky. But.....once it is all wired up, I've had no issues. Looks cool in my rack with all the cables hooked up!


I have one in my studio and have used several in other installations. The jacks can be finicky and feel crunchy on all the ones I've used. I've seen the screws that hold the front face plate on strip out and then you gotta jerry rig something to hold it together. I had to repair a cold solder joint on one that was practically brand new. I won't be buying or installing any more of these if I can help it.
See also: Patch Bays, Neutrik, Neutrik Patchbays