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CHICAGO, July 16, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- With chart topping #1 hits like "Radioactive" and "Demons" along with an extensive schedule of tour dates, the band Imagine Dragons seems unstoppable.  In their latest endeavor, it's only natural that they chose Switchcraft®, the worlds #1 manufacturer of interconnect and accessory products for professional audio & broadcast, to help complete their new recording studio in Las Vegas.

Switchcraft 9625 Patchbay: In the studio with recording engineer Phil Liddiard and Imagine Dragons

At the request of the band and recording engineer Phil Liddiard, Switchcraft® provided several of their popular StudioPatch® Series 9625 patchbays for the project.  When asked why they chose Switchcraft®, they responded with: "When we were building our studio, we wanted patchbays that were quiet, had good connectivity, and consolidated our connections in an easy and accessible way so we could maximize workflow.  The Switchcraft 9625 was a perfect fit for our needs and both the product and their team exceeded our expectations."

StudioPatch® Series 9625 Bantam/TT Patchbays utilize Switchcraft's EZ Norm technology, allowing the signal flow of each channel to be instantly modified from the front of the patchbay using a standard screwdriver. Now, all StudioPatch® Series Bantam/TT patchbays feature user programmable grounds, making it possible to customize each channel's grounding scheme with the flip of a switch.  For more information visit: http://www.switchcraft.com/productsummary.aspx?Parent=608

Switchcraft®, Inc. is a leading US based manufacturer of connectors, jacks, plugs, switches, molded cable assemblies and patchbays.  Switchcraft®, Inc. products are used in a variety of applications from broadcast and pro audio to medical, product tracking and other general industrial electronic applications.  Products are sold direct to customers and through networks of stocking distributors.

Switchcraft®, Inc. founded in 1946, is headquartered in Chicago, IL USA and still manufactures product at this location.  Switchcraft®, Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of HEICO Corporation as part of their Electronic Technologies Division.  Visit www.switchcraft.com for more information.

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