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ProCo Excellines 20-foot Insert Y Cable 1/4 TRS to Dual RCA - IPBQ2R-20

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ProCo Excellines 20-foot Insert Y Cable 1/4 TRS to Dual RCA - IPBQ2R-20

The IPBQ2R-20 allows mixing consoles to send/return unbalanced signals to an outboard effect processor. If your mixer has a 1/4″ insert jack on the back for each channel, this is the cable you need to send and receive using that I/O. The IPBQ2R-20 is a 20-foot cable that features a balanced 1/4″ TRS connector on one end split out to an RCA Tip and RCA Ring connector on the other.

Pro CO Excellines insert cables are built with Pro Co 2120SM wire and G7H 1/4″ plugs for durability and reliability. These cables come with a "limited lifetime warranty" against defects in workmanship and material.

  • Length: 20 Foot
  • High-grade 20awg wire
  • Configured for TRS Tip as send, and Ring as return
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty

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