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Your Cable Store 15 Foot XLR 3 Pin Male/Female Microphone Cable 28 AWG
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- 15 Foot XLR Extension Cable (XLR 3 Pin Male to XLR 3 Pin Female)
- Great Microphone Cable for Studio Recording and Live Sound
- Rugged Construction with Metal Connector Casings and 28 AWG Wire
- Shielded Cable Reduces Interference and Excess Noise
- 1 Year Limited Your Cable Store Warranty
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I switched to the back-up XLR i brought with me. The feedback was gone. What a waste of resources, money and energy this thing is.
-It's cheap (not expensive).
-Assuming it isn't defective, it would probably be a good pick for someone with a cheap condenser mic or some other XLR device.
-It's cheap, and doesn't feel very solid, and soldering may be shoddy.
-While, yes, it is a 3-pin XLR cable, it only uses two of them. One of the pins (negative, I believe) is shorted to the ground. Now, XLR cables have three pins for a reason. One pin is a positive, another is negative and the last is ground. The ground is the reference voltage for both the positive and negative cables. When entering the cable, the signals going through the positive and negative cables are (ideally) identical, but inverted. As the signal passes through and the environmental noise alters one signal, it will do effectively the same alteration on the other considering they are so close. When the signals reaches the other end of the cable, the controller can invert the negative signal, overlay the positive and negative, and the errors caused by noise will be fixed thanks to our good friend Physics.
The reason I gave it two stars instead of three or four is that nowhere on the page does it say that it is only a two-wire cable, and the title may even cause some to wrongfully believe that all three pins are actually used as they should be.
Don't buy this thing, please. Do yourself a favor and buy either a higher quality cable from here or go to Guitar Center if you have one. My friend told me they lifetime warranty their cables there. This one is a waste of time, money and effort.