RapcoHorizon 4-Channel Multi-Track Snake (25 Foot)


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Product Code: 4415
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This RapcoHorizon Multi-Track Snake is a high quality, yet affordable 4 channel 25 foot multi-channel fan snake designed to provide pro grade connectivity and improve cable management within your studio. This snake comes with your choice of XLRM, XLRF, and TRS 1/4" connectors.

The RapcoHorizon 4-Channel Multi-Track Snake  is designed for interface effects racks to mixing consoles, general patching, and audio interfaces. Each pair has (2) 24 gauge conductors with a 100% foil shield. Shrink and numbered channel marker id on fans for easy identification. Standard connector options include XLR Female, XLR Male, or 1/4 inch TRS stereo male plugs. Metal mesh strain relief on 25 ft and longer lengths.

RapcoHorizon 4-Channel Multi-Track Snake Features

  • 4 Chanel configuration
  • Neutrik Connectors
  • Shrink fan with channel number ID markers behind each connector
  • Manufactured in RapcoHorizon's facilities, by their employees, according the strictest quality standards

RapcoHorizon 4-Channel Multi-Track Snake Specifications

  • Cable: SN4-IJIS
  • Gauge: 24 Ga conductors
  • Insulation: PVC
  • Shield: Indiv. Foil shielded pairs
  • Jacket: Matte PVC

RapcoHorizon 4-Channel Multi-Track Snake Includes

  • 4-Channel Multi-Track Snake (25 Foot)
  • Limited Life Time Warranty

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  • 4
    great quality, but...

    I ordered this cable because the price looked good. I run an electric guitar rig though this snake cabling and it works great. BUT, the guys who made this didn't thoroughly check the soldering points and 1 of the channels had a bad contact. A quick fix if you know what you're doing (or in my case I knew someone else who knew what they were doing), but a bad first impression for me.