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    Anyone know of a source for this connector.

    Or a good replacement that works, other than Ebay that is.
    I no longer have an Ebay account.

    It's a Neutrik # NC3FIP Now listed as obsolete with all the suppliers I tried.


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    What is it used in? For example Peavey uses those in their mixers a lot, and they sell them direct.

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    Quote Originally Posted by J Luth View Post
    Or a good replacement that works, other than Ebay that is.
    I no longer have an Ebay account.

    It's a Neutrik # NC3FIP Now listed as obsolete with all the suppliers I tried.


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    When you're dealing with obsolete parts, you can't afford to be picky - gotta get'em where you can get'em. The Peavey part number for that connector is 31466218 and the phone number for Peavey parts is (800) 752-7896. You can try them and see if they have some in stock.

    eBay has them also, but you already know that: https://www.ebay.com/itm/Peavey-3146...m4383.l4275.c1

    Good luck

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    I probably should have listed what it was for DUH. Your correct Enzo, it's a Peavey powered mixer. I'll give them a try.

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    Thanks Tone Meister. I'll try Peavey direct.

    I can get parts off Ebay, just have to have my brother get them for me.

    I closed my Ebay account a long time ago.

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