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    Quote Originally Posted by Danno13 View Post
    Can you not get jack plugs that fit in the D-type holes?
    You can, but they cost a bloody fortune. This was the original plan & I think it may be the one that goes into action.

    I already have a 8 D panel there, which currently only houses a USB port & 8 dust caps.

    It will cost about £30 more than what I was hoping to do if I could get the exact panel I wanted, but it will look tidy & professional, which is what I want (as well as functionality).

    Quote Originally Posted by Danno13 View Post
    And the rack panel - DP28779
    That is the exact one I have in place.
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    A fortune? Those combi plugs are less than a £1 each if you buy 10!
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    It has been pointed out that I'm not being entirely clear.

    When I say I want jack sized holes, I want just that. Not because I want to put jack sockets in there, but because these http://cpc.farnell.com/jsp/search/pr...36&Ntt=av14936 will fit into them. The D size equivalent http://cpc.farnell.com/switchcraft/e...03?Ntt=AV17903 is £9.47 incVAT (when I said a fortune I meant in comparison)

    Edit: I know you can get D series phono sockets cheaper, but they involve soldering & that is too much hassle for something that is only going to get used once in a blue moon.
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    I'm glad you posted a link for those rca connections, I was only looking for something like that last night and couldnt find any. I have just ordered some.

    I cant be doing with soldering either, I also have XLR adapters like that that fit into a panel without having to solder.
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    Glad to help. Now if only I can come up with a solution to my problem.
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    Steve i know you didn't really want to go downt he route of blanking plates BUT what about the rubber bungs you can buy that will fit into the hold perfect.

    The bungs are similar to the little rubber bits on the kamstand, ulitmax etc etc

    Sorry running out of ideas so ill now lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Booche View Post
    Steve i know you didn't really want to go downt he route of blanking plates BUT what about the rubber bungs you can buy that will fit into the hold perfect.

    The bungs are similar to the little rubber bits on the kamstand, ulitmax etc etc

    Sorry running out of ideas so ill now lol
    Well if we're heading down that route, what about this universal bung?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Excalibur View Post
    Well if we're heading down that route, what about this universal bung?
    Typical builder answer
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    Quote Originally Posted by Booche View Post
    Typical builder answer
    Hey, like I said, it's a universal fitment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Corabar Steve View Post
    I'm keen on aesthetics even with little things like this........

    It needs to look pro, not like a DIY jobbie.
    Sorry guys, not the solution(s) I'm after.

    I think it will end up with me using D size sockets, unless anyone can come up with the 4 x 4 panel I'm after.
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