Pro Co SMA Series 16x4 Snake, TRS Returns - 25'

16-Channel Snake, XLR Female-XLR Male, with 4 TRS Returns, 25' Long
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Channels 16
Connector 1 XLR Female
Connector 2 XLR Male
Length 25'
Balanced Yes
Manufacturer Part Number SMA1604FBQ-25

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Snakes can be expensive but they are really a necessity! I opted for the 25' foot extension because I know my console will always be close to the stage where I can do a "Ronco" mix. You know, "set it and forget it!!" I bought it to use with my new rig for my new band but I will probably do a few sound gigs for others just to pay it off.If you want to do the traditional mix your F.O.H. (front of house) where the mixing console is usually set up in the center of the venue towards the back where the Soundman resides at a show and then you may want to figure out your average venue size and give yourself a little slack room. Once you do a few measurements you may decide you want to go with a longer snake. This is the shortest length but will work fine for me as I like a neat stage with less cabling.I will be doing a preliminary mix myself in small venues and want to keep the console close because I will most likely be the Soundman as well as performer in a worship/praise/original band. So far just I have only mixed one 5 band mini festival with this snake but it worked flawlessly and I received nothing but compliments about how quiet the system was in between stage changes.One tip, take care of your cables and snakes if you want a crackle-free, quiet system. Buy a case or bag to transport and keep your snake and other cables from road rash. Remember that your cables want to coil a certain way. If you do the old electrical chord trick with your hand and elbow don't expect any audio cable to last. You wouldn't put your right steel belted tire on the left side of the car, would you?
Music background: Work at a pro ou do shop, 40+ yrs live performance experience
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