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    Posted: September 12 2011 at 06:18
Audio Snakes are used to limit the length in which microphone cables carry signals to its final destination (generally a soundboard). Audio snakes are usually the longest piece of cabling that a church PA system will need. They are great because all of your outputs and inputs can be plugged into this.

Audio snakes are long cables that run from your stage to your soundboard. They enable all of the instruments and vocals to be plugged into one signal cable and also control the amount of cables going to and from the soundboard. For churches that rent out space, such as; gymnasiums or halls, having an audio snake will bring a lot of freedom for the distance and placement of the soundboard and will make for an easy setup and take down.

Edited by harmonium.ro - September 19 2011 at 06:56
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Tony R Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: September 12 2011 at 06:39
I'll let this one pass for now. If any Spamming of the forum emerges from this account I will delete.

Sorry to be abrupt but we are being bombarded with Spam.
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One just bit me in the asp. Tongue

I'd say, if the OP doesn't visit this thread and make any other comments, can it.  Buy an ad fer cryin' out loud.


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It was Indian spam, yeah. 
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Slartibartfast Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: September 19 2011 at 06:46
I see the swamp reared its ugly head again with nylon vs. steel strings.  (Un)fortunately the post was nuked before I could post my witty comment about getting bit by audio snakes.

If this is actually a serious person, I'll make a serious suggestion.  Change this thread title to Swamp Audio's Lessons In Equipment or something and do all your posts here.  The nylon vs. steel strings could be a fun discussion if we haven't done it already somewhere else on this site.


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