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EventsByLive

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Flexible Distro
« on: June 15, 2018, 08:58:06 am »

Hey All- came across TJ (Tom) Cornish's review of his customized SKB distro and was impressed by the format of the unit as compared to some of the other compact distros we've worked with. In our area, the most popular  option are the Lex Pagodas- and we understand why: they're accepted and respected in the industry and they just work.

That being said, we're in the market to make the move into owning a distro and I was wondering if anyone had experience or knew how flexible one can make a distro so that we're able to purchase a single unit but use it with multiple different types of hookups.

Most of our venues do not have cam connections available, although a number of our festival sites and some larger venues do. While its certainly possible for us to purchase separate distros, I'd like to know if there is a way to design a cabling solution or distro that can connect to power sources that have 1. Cams 2. 50A/30A range connections or 3. 50A California style connections (which we typically only see on 20-25k generators).

Alternatively- do we need to look at getting a separate distro to accommodate lower level power such as the 50A services and then a cam distro to accommodate 3-phase power.
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« Reply #1 on: June 15, 2018, 09:20:49 am »

Hey All- came across TJ (Tom) Cornish's review of his customized SKB distro

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