Brings XLR I/O Up Front
WIth minor effort the connections can be reversed. The unit has no bottom plate so the internals are exposed and easy to access. There are two small screws holding in the connectors on each side. After 15 min or so I had changed mine from 12 XLR in, to 6 in/6 out. Having access to my apollo 8 mic ins 1-4 at the front of the rack alone had sold me on the idea. The reversable connections on the HOSA PDR-369 allow me to patch in 2 different sets of nearfield monitors and a powered sub, in any configuration, to any balanced stereo out - which sold me on this unit. Main mix on HS7s w/ Sub, Helix or other device/bus routed to KRKs in a dif listening position, Main mix on all four monitors, no sub, sub only, console bus 1/2 out to HS7's only, etc etc... What can you really say but, Its a patch bay... yay!!! Reversible XLR! yay!!!