RockBoard MOD 1 V2 - TRS & XLR, IEC & Barrel Patchbay

  • RockBoard MOD 1 V2 - TRS & XLR, IEC & Barrel Patchbay
  • RockBoard MOD 1 V2 - TRS & XLR, IEC & Barrel Patchbay
  • RockBoard MOD 1 V2 - TRS & XLR, IEC & Barrel Patchbay
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The RockBoard MOD 5 Cab SIM + DI Patchbay offers customizable, IR-based stereo speaker cabinet simulation, an active DI box, as well as a simple solution to organize all the connections to and from your effects setup. Whether you are using a RockBoard or any other brand pedalboard - the MOD 5 will open completely new possibilities. The speaker cab simulation & DI let's you go direct, providing YOUR sound, whatever backline is being provided at the venue you're playing. You want to use your favorite cab? No problem, load an impulse response of its sound into the MOD 5 and you have it with you, wherever you go. The patchbay part is designed to route connections from underneath your pedalboard to its front, in order to give you a central access point to your setup and tidy up your connections. For silent and on the road practicing, the MOD 5 also provides a headphone amplifier with adjustable output volume.

-all-in-one patchbay for pedalboards
-fits MOD slots in RockBoard pedalboards
-compatible with a wide variety of other pedalboards
-acts as central access point to your effects setup
-establishes clean cable paths to and from the pedal board
-detachable front plate for mounting on top or underneath pedalboards
-5 x 6,3 mm / ¼" TRS thru
-1 x XLR thru (male front / female back)
-1 x DC 2,1 x 5,5 mm barrel thru
-1 x AC IEC thru (male front / female back)
-all connections mirrored on backside
-dimensions with front plate (W x D x H) 175 x 85 x 47 mm / 6 7/8" x 3 3/8" x 3 15/16"
-dimensions without front plate (W x D x H) 160 x 85 x 33 mm / 6 5/16" x 3 3/8" x 1 5/16"
-weight 450 g / 0.99 lbs
-incl. mounting screws, counter nuts and TX wrench