KLOTZ StraightLink input stage boxes

(PresseBox) ( Vaterstetten, )
Our StraightLink series of floor stage boxes are among the most successful best-sellers in our entire product portfolio. Is there any room for improving perennial favourites like StraightLink? Of course there is! We are currently redesigning our entire multicore programme, next huge step are the StraightLink input floor stage boxes. After a minor facelift with the discreet addition of our new logo, the boxes now conform even better to our CI. They are also virtually invisible on stage – a major advantage in visually sensitive environments such as trade shows and corporate events.

The housing is now slightly wider to allow space for horizontal and vertical labelling and for individual labelling tape up to 19 mm wide. Our own labelling is now laser engraved.

We’ve retained the slim, compact and space-saving design, with its high-quality and rugged feel despite the weight-saving aluminium construction.

The internal cabling is digital-ready, designed for characteristic impedance of 110 ohms. The stage box can handle both analogue and digital signals.

Our new StraightLink floor stage boxes are now available for 8, 12 and 16 channels with RMP connector (25p., 37p. and 54p., male) in line with our F/M multicore philosophy.

During the year further products (AES/EBU cables, analogue multicore cables, pigtail adapters, further stage box models etc.) will be added to the range. The StraightLink product family – a high-quality, coordinated and ultra-professional system designed to make life on the road that little bit easier.
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