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Radial Workhorse PowerStrip 500-Series Rack

Radial Workhorse PowerStrip 500-Series Rack

Radial Workhorse WR3 500-Series Rack Details

The Radial Workhorse PowerStrip 500-Series Rack is a third variation on the 500 series rack format. It is a single space 19" rack that can house three modules.The Radial PowerStrip features standard XLR inputs and outputs for each module. This is augmented with TRS connectors for greater patching capabilities. The innovative Omniport function is also supported whereby a separate 1/4" TRS jack can be purpose designed by the manufacturer to optimize the functionality of a given module. For instance it could be a key input on a gate, guitar input on a preamp, TRS insert point or even a foot switch.

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Works well September 22, 2016
Reviewer: FliesInEden from Chicago, IL United States  
Decent chassis. Installed 2 RND 542's. Works well.  Only issues are that is that there is no power switch and had to rack it upside down since I wanted modules to lay left (top) to right (bottom) instead of right to left.

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