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Peavey Studio Snake 8-Channel XLR-M to XLR-F 25 ft.

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Peavey Studio Snake 8-Channel XLR-M to XLR-F 25 ft.

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Peavey's studio snake has 8 channels that are 100% foil shielded with 2 ft. jacketed fan-outs. Channels are numbered 1 through 8. Equipped with XLR to XLR connectors. Snake is wired Pin 2 hot. 25 ft. standard length.
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Peavey Studio Snake 8-Channel XLR-M to XLR-F 25 ft.
Peavey's studio snake has 8 channels that are 100% foil shielded with 2 ft. jacketed fan-outs. Channels are numbered 1 through 8. Equipped with XLR to XLR connectors. Snake is wired Pin 2 hot. 25 ft. standard length. Peavey item 00392630.


Peavey Studio Snake 8-Channel XLR-M to XLR-F 25 ft.
  • BrandPeavey
  • Model00392630
  • Part Number241-5216
  • UPC014367032918
  • Product CategoryFan-to-Fan Snakes
  • Unit of MeasureEA
  • Weight3.8 lbs.
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Peavey Studio Snake 8-Channel XLR-M to XLR-F 25 ft.

2nd pin is hot?

Hi - I am looking to use this on stage - to run from a rack mounted sub-mixer (for drums) to either the main "box type" snake (when we have a sound guy), OR the main mixer (when we are running our own sound from stage). I am confused about the 2nd pin being hot. Will this work for me given the above? At the moment, I am using 8 separate XLR mic cords to do the same job - and they work, but lots of clutter on the stage. Thanks!
Asked by: markington
This is the typical pinout for an XLR cable. This should work perfectly fine for your application.
Answered by: MattP
Date published: 2012-10-24
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