the sssnake Cat Snake 3FC

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Passive Cable Splitter

  • RJ45 socket to 4x XLR 3-pin female
  • Analogue cable whip that uses the 4 wire pairs and the shielding of a network cable rather than a 4-channel multicore to send 4 analogue signals from A to B.
  • Compatible with any shielded network cable with an RJ45 or Ethercon connector of any length
  • Can also be used for DMX
  • Dimensions: 48 x 110 x 40 mm
  • Weight: 400 g
  • Compatible with all products of the sssnake Cat Snake series
available since September 2019
Item number 465519
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Design Box
Distribution Type 1in4
RJ45 connection female
Number of RJ45 connections 1
Signal Connection 3-pin XLR female
Number of Signal Connectors 4
Connector in RJ45 female
Connection out XLR 3-pin female
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Great way to run cable looms over Cat 5
Broadwood Music Productions 18.08.2020
I was looking for a simple way to run auxiliary XLR cables between control room and live room so instead of getting a stage box for a fixed solution I decided to explore the option of using Cat 5 cable to run multiple signals. I purchased both the female and male XLR versions of the Ssnake Cable splitter as it was by far cheaper than other well known brands and I'm please to report the build quality and usability is great. I just run the Cat 5 as a permanent install terminated with RJ45 connectors and just connect these in the appropriate rooms and you have 4 XLR's available to you. What's more you are not limited to which gender you have per room, simply unplug and swap ends.
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dee:kei 28.06.2021
ethercon lock is oriented to side where the casing is, so unpluging of cable is an issue. I would suggest to get rid of casing offset around ethercon, also xlr connectors are cheap and may be a source of problems when using very often. if it is for instalation there should be no problem.

using as an 4 way multicore looking to be good, and as we all have bunch of ehternet cables laying around it is a great possibility to use them.
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Less bulk
Hepcat McSwing 22.06.2021
Snakes can be bulky things. These are quite the opposite. Compact, light and flexible. The cat5 cable handles much better than thick multicable. Love these things. Hope they appear to be very well-made and roadworthy.
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Does the job
BigStevie 04.10.2022
Very happy with this product, very sturdy, and has worked problem free in my studio for some time now. It wasn't working for phantom power when I first got it, Thomann told me to try a different CAT cable so I found a cheap CAT6 and it worked perfectly. Highly recommended
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