Temple Audio Duo 17 Templeboard Kit
Duo 17 by Temple Audio Design
The DUO 17 Templeboard Kit comes with the 17″ Duo Templeboard, a 4-Way Jack Patch Mini Module and IEC AC Mains Micro Module pre-installed in the right side of the board, and a sturdy canvas carrying case.
Duo 17 Templeboard Kit by Temple Audio Design
The DUO 17 Templeboard Kit comes with the 17″ Duo Templeboard, a 4-Way Jack Patch Mini Module and IEC AC Mains Micro Module pre-installed in the right side of the board, and a sturdy canvas carrying case. Both modules can be easily removed with a Phillips screwdriver and re-mounted into your preferred configuration (ie. for left-handed guitarists of synth/DJ setups).
The DUO Series Templeboards are deep enough to mount a (commonly sized) volume/expression/wah pedal. The 12.5 inch depth is great for fitting a variety of pedals on your board while keeping the weight and dimensions down for travel. The Temple DUO 17 pedalboard stays lightweight even when crammed full of pedals and is within the size restrictions of domestic and international airline carry-on sizes. It provides plenty of room for most acoustic and bass players’ demands.
The IEC Module allows you to route power through the Modular Endpanel of your board to your power supply (not included) mounted underneath. It features an integrated on/off switch as well as a metal-shielded power line noise filter.
The 4-Way Jack Patch Module is the perfect solution for routing your standard connectivity. Use with mono (TS), stereo (TRS), balanced inputs/outputs, FX Loops, amp switchers, or anything else that uses a 1/4″ patch cable. The larger “pill-shaped” holes on the perforated top sheet of the Templeboard are used to route your cables cleanly and effectively underneath.
With the convenience of the Quick release Pedal Mounting System, the Duo 17 is also a great choice for those wanting to swap out and bring only the pedals they know they’ll need to a performance.
All DUO series pedalboards feature one (1) micro module slot and two (2) mini module slots per end.
Size: 12.5in x 17.0in (318mm x 432mm)
Weight: 2.4lbs (1.1kg)
Made in Canada
– Duo 17 Templeboard in Temple Red
– 4-Way Jack Patch Module (installed)
– IEC AC Mains Micro Module (installed)
– Canvas softcase with reinforced rubber bottom corners and front storage pocket
Size: 12.5in x 17.0in
Conditional Lifetime Warranty
Temple Red, Vintage White, Gunmetal
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