Carry handle to make it easy to lug your SixPack around the studio.
6 Space Rack
Fully compatible with older 500 series racks, the SixPack gives you 6 spaces for plenty of room to create the most elaborate signal chains.
Built inside all Workhorse racks are special safety circuits for each module to protect the rack and adjacent modules from mishap.
Double sided military grade circuit board with through-hole parts that are soldered on both sides for improved performance. Full ground plane to reduce noise.
Front panel LED indicators provide a visual status for both +/-16 volt rail voltage and 48 volt phantom power.
Inputs 7 & 8
Convenient front panel access jacks let you connect a source to your workstation using channels 7 & 8 on the D-Sub connector. These may also be routed to inputs 1 and 4 for added convenience.
Front Panel XLR Assign
Lets you assign the front panel XLRs to either feed channels 7 & 8 via the D-Sub or route the XLRs to channels 1 and 4 inputs to create channel strips.
To keep noise out of the box, the SixPack employs an external supply just like full-size studio mixers. A 5-pin XLR is used to secure the power cable.
Unlike older racks that require soldering, linking two channels in stereo is done by sliding the LINK switch in the up position.
This ¼” TRS jack changes function depending on what module is connected. The function is determined by the manufacturer.
Standard XLR connectors with large channel ID numbers on each slot make it quick & easy to patch with professional balanced line level gear.
The SixPack eliminates the need for inter-module patch cables with an innovative FEED function that sends the output from one module to the next.
¼” TRS Connectors
¼” inputs and outputs on each slot are wired in parallel with the XLRs. Used to cross-patch modules using standard TRS cables for parallel processing.