Seismic Audio offers 2 different kinds of Splitter Snake Cable, Standard and Rack Mountable! Splitter snake cables from Seismic Audio Speakers are available in a variety of sizes to meet your band's needs. Splitter snakes are available in 16 channel, 24 Channel and 32 channel configurations. Each model comes with the option of two 15 foot trunks or a 15 foot and a 30 foot trunk. Splitter snake cables feature the basic Y splitter setup. Buy splitter snake cables for the best connection between the stage and the mixer.
Splitter Snake Cables
Splitter snake cables from Seismic Audio Speakers are available in a variety of sizes to meet your band's needs. Splitter snakes are available from 16 channel to 32 channels. Splitter snake cables feature the basic Y splitter setup. Each pair of heavy duty conductors is individually shielded, producing crystal clear sound while rejecting extraneous noise. XLR connectors make it easy to attach the splitter snake cable to amps and mixers without additional converters. Buy splitter snake cables for the best connection between the stage and the mixer.
Rack Mountable Splitter Snake Cables
Rack Mountable Splitter Snake Cables have the Stage Box rack mountable for convenience and ease of transport. Both fantails are well labeled and grouped by color. Both the main trunk and split trunk are built with cable that is individually shielded pairs, 22 guage, high copper purity conductors with aluminum foil shield and trace wire. You will find strain relief at both the stage box and fantail end of the snake. There is a mesh hanger at the fantail end. The female XLR / 1/4" panel jacks on the box are locking coiled spring style with non metallic bodies. The fantail is built with male XLR shells.These snakes are your basic hardwired Y splitters. They each have a stage box and two hardwired short trunks with fantails. These splitter snake cables do not have splitter transformers, ground-lift switches, or multi-pin disconnects. These splitter cables are straight send snakes and do not have any returns. The cable ends on the fantails are all male XLR, while the stage box consists of all female XLR and 1/4" combo jacks. You can plug an XLR or a 1/4" in to the box end of the snake.