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Title: Spectrum Sound multi pins
Post by: Zachary Zimmerman on July 08, 2016, 10:57:01 am
I was local crew for a touring act that was traveling with a spectrum package. I was wandering if anyone on here knows what kind they are or where you can get them the my seemed to be much better then W1s.
Title: Re: Spectrum Sound multi pins
Post by: Steve A Powers on July 08, 2016, 01:01:42 pm
I was local crew for a touring act that was traveling with a spectrum package. I was wandering if anyone on here knows what kind they are or where you can get them the my seemed to be much better then W1s.
They use Sine connectors
Title: Re: Spectrum Sound multi pins
Post by: John P. Farrell on July 08, 2016, 01:06:57 pm
Amphenol/Sine is what they use.  Great connectors that last forever. 

I was local crew for a touring act that was traveling with a spectrum package. I was wandering if anyone on here knows what kind they are or where you can get them the my seemed to be much better then W1s.
Title: Re: Spectrum Sound multi pins
Post by: Zachary Zimmerman on July 09, 2016, 12:12:06 am
do you have any specifics on series name or number or any part numbers
Title: Re: Spectrum Sound multi pins
Post by: John P. Farrell on July 09, 2016, 12:37:54 am
http://www.amphenolaudio.com/products/multipin-connectors/ (http://www.amphenolaudio.com/products/multipin-connectors/) This is their current offering but the company has been around a long time (1932 I think?) and there are many generations of this still in use in the field.  I still have some in service from the 70's...

I can't wait to get my hands on some of the new Dante "pigtails"

JF
Title: Re: Spectrum Sound multi pins
Post by: Zachary Zimmerman on July 09, 2016, 02:23:54 pm
http://www.amphenolaudio.com/products/multipin-connectors/ (http://www.amphenolaudio.com/products/multipin-connectors/) This is their current offering but the company has been around a long time (1932 I think?) and there are many generations of this still in use in the field.  I still have some in service from the 70's...

I can't wait to get my hands on some of the new Dante "pigtails"

JF

Yeah I saw this last night to
Title: Re: Spectrum Sound multi pins
Post by: Zachary Zimmerman on July 09, 2016, 10:02:01 pm
John do you know what series it is the 62/65 is the w1 style I believe