Boredbrain MusicPatchulator V2 Pedal Patch Bay


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Boredbrain Patchulator V2 Pedal Patch Bay

The Patchulator v2 8-Channel Mini Patchbay is Boredbrain's solution to pedalboard and desktop instrument/effects signal routing! With some recent upgrades, the Patchulator now patches all internal connections through a circuit board rather than wiring. All jacks are balanced, or able to use stereo TRS cables, without any issues when still using classic TS cables. The locations of the jacks were adjusted slightly to accommodate for right angle cable connections. For version 2, Boredbrain upgraded to higher-quality 3.5mm jacks and improved their finishing process, making the newest Patchulators sleeker than ever before.

Patchulator v2 Features

  • 8 1/4" balanced/stereo pairs of inputs and outputs
  • Mono cables still work fine
  • 3.5mm jacks to patch and re-route signals
  • No normaling or AC coupling (can pass CV signals)
  • Useful for pedal board effect re-routing
  • Useful for CV routing between pedals and synths
  • Comes with 8 green 3.5mm patch cables
  • Package weight: 1.25 pounds
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