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My XLRs are cock eyed too.I may just leave them for now.
That means you have purchased the wrong part #.
Maybe not. After discovering that my P style connectors were not lining up, I purchased two of the D style connectors you suggested. They arrived yesterday and have the same hole alignment problem.
+1Can anyone measure the cases hole dimensions VS the connectors? Do you guys know what drawing was sent to SR and where those dimensions came from? Have you asked James what XLR he designed this case around?
There is no issue attaching the XLRs
that sucks, then the holes are wrong for both styles. The angle should be different though. Is there enough room to drill new holes to make the D series line up correctly? Or even the P series? Note that I don't have one of these chassis, so my observations are based on past experience and the photos in the thread.
Every part fit perfectly including XLR, etc, all, every single part.
Well, if you consider the XLR connector at a -20* angle "perfect" then I guess so.
I'm holding the specified XLR in my hand now and staring at it. The solder wells are off-axis equal to the chassis screw holes.
Can you post a picture of this? If I'm correct in what I think you're saying I don't see why it would matter if one can solder.
I ordered the model what was spec'd at the time for the pre drilling and they don't fit.Everything else fits according to design.
Same crooked xlr problem others have been having... did these xlr's go on straight? http://www.neutrik.com/en/xlr/dl-series/nc3fd-l-b-1thanks!
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