Installation Basics

Ciletti, Eddie
October 2006
Mix;Oct2006, Vol. 30 Issue 10, p126
The article focuses on the considerations needed when wiring a sound studio. The author believed that power and audio wiring courses must intersect instead of running them parallel. The author asserted that heating, venting, and air conditioning should deliver cooling to both the people and the equipment. It has been noted that modular patchbays allow the customer and the installer to make modifications, upgrades, and mistakes. The patchbay and grounding options are also provided by the author. INSET: Patchbay and Grounding Options.


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