Radial Engineering SixPack for 500 Series of Module Products
Adding to its range of 500 Series solutions, the Canadian manufacturer Radial has just introduced a six-slot power rack that works with new and older modules made by API.


Radial Engineering
The new SixPack 500 Series Power Rack from Radial Engineering is made of 14AWG steel and modules can be patched by using the products' LINK function.
January 28, 2013 By CI Staff

Radial Engineering has earned a loyal following of musicians and recording professionals through its ever-growing line of audio products that sound good and last for years.

The Skinny: Just prior to the annual National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM) show in California in Jan. 2013, the Vancouver, B.C.-based company announced it was adding to it array of 500 Series solutions through the launch of its SixPack 500 Series Power Rack.

The Specs: Radial says this product joins its other 500 Series products, and it says it supports all 500 Series modules, including older units made by API. The six-slot power rack features 1,600 milliamps of current and more than 265 milliamps on average per slot. Radial says the external power supply offers 48-volt phantom power for mic preamps, and its protective circuitry guards connected modules from malfunctions and short circuits.

Solutions: The SixPack 500 Series Power Rack is designed for use with 500 Series recording module systems.

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