XLR Male to XLR Female Microphone Cable - 25ft (Feet) - Double Shield, Balanced, Heavy Duty Professional Series
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It arrived very quickly, and coiled with a removable black Velcro cable wrap (saves me the trouble of having to buy one separately) as well as a wire cable tie. The cable itself is substantial and not cheap like some of the thinner gauge cables out there. The silver female and male 3-conductor XLR jack and plug are high quality. They snap in tightly with a reassuring "click", there is an "O ring" included on the female end that creates a solid seal that will keep out dirt and dust, which is great when recording on location or for outdoor stages and other applications where cable ends can easily fall into the dirt or get wet or grimy.
I immediately put it to use, and I'm very pleased with the sound quality, performance and workmanship of the mic cord overall. The pins in the male XLR plus are solid (not thin or bendable like some), and the shock-absorbing rubber protectors at the base of the plug and the jack are substantial and provide good strain relief, and also make it easy to plug in and remove the cable without worrying about damaging the connections inside. The oxygen-free copper connectors and double RFI shielding for protection from RFI interference do a great job of maintaining outstanding signal-to-noise ratios with low noise and a good clean signal.
If you are looking for a Pro-quality cable at a good price, you won't be disappointed with this one. 5 stars for a great product!
Disclosure: Item offered free in exchange for a review, I'am open to negative and positive comment's
Now, I know it's a small thing, and inexpensive too, but it makes a difference. If you're going to be using this cable for gigs, traveling with it, or doing anything mobile at all, the velcro retainer will come in very handy. It does for me.
The XLR cable works well and has lived up to my high standards. I will definitely buy again in the future.
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These guys have gone the extra mile in all sorts of ways making this cable.
If you're running XLR cables, this cable's for you.
Its not like those crappy generic xlr's.
It plugs into the mic tight and snug.
Theres no chance of it accidentally falling out.
The sound quality is superb for recording. No extra hiss.
100% good buy.
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It doesn't provide a clear signal at all. I bought this on sale for $1 and thought, "Sure, why not. If it's garbage, I'm only out a dollar. Read morePublished on December 23, 2013 by Jerrid Foiles
Let me just start of saying that this cable is good if you are using it for a microphone or something like that. Read morePublished on September 29, 2013 by Michael w.
One live performance was enough to know that this is a cheap product. The line had a "buzz" in it and a simple replacement with a less expensive cable removed the issue. Read morePublished on September 16, 2013 by Derek Frodl
Good quality at a decent price. Didn't care for the way it was wrapped up in the package - looping it would make for a cable that lies flat, but that's a relatively minor complaintPublished on September 11, 2013 by GuitarMonkey
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Plugged it in and it didn't work from the start. Tried to troubleshoot the problem and even took it to my local music store and they told me it was blown out. Read morePublished on August 28, 2013 by Christine Saloricman