The renaissance of analogue studio technology sees Tiny Telephone patchbays again in use in many professional recording studios. The Tiny Telephone or Bantam jack plug has the advantage over the normal jack plugs that the different diameters of tip and ring prevent short circuits and thus noise when plugging in.


Klotz has released a new Tiny Telephone patch cable line (M4TT), equipped on both ends with high-quality 4.4mm Bantam 3p connectors made by Neutrik. In order to be able to connect external effect racks or balanced instruments and signal sources to professional TT patchbays, Klotz also offers Tiny Telephone adapter cables with black XLR and TRS connectors. The TT adapter cables are equipped on one end with the Bantam 3p connector and XLR 3p female (M4TF), XLR 3p male (M4TM) or TRS connectors (M4TS) on the other. Thus, all common devices can be connected to a TT patchbay.

The M4T patch and adapter cables are manufactured with the highly flexible MY204 cable with a conductor cross-section of 0.22mm². This patch cable features a compact outer diameter of only 4.6mm and an extremely low capacitance of 75 pF/m. The dense, tinned braided shield ensures perfect shielding and also increases the tensile strength of the patch cable. In combination with the high-quality Neutrik Bantam connectors, a very high number of mating cycles is guaranteed - exactly what makes a professional patch cable.


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