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Yes. 2 cables. Used them this past weekend. Sturdy. Worked fine.
Lynn
· September 24, 2015
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These are XLR cables. Maybe they called them that because it the one of the most common uses for this type of cable.
Either way - They will work to make a balanced connection between 2 pieces of equipment with balanced xlr in/out connections. I use mine to connect a pre amp to an Interface.

Brian
· October 3, 2019
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Yes. This is what is known as a balanced cable. As such, it has a ground conductor and two additional conductors that carry the signal. Hence, three wires total. This is standard for professional, low impedance microphones; and interconnections between pro audio equipment such as mixers and power amplifier's. BTW… see more Yes. This is what is known as a balanced cable. As such, it has a ground conductor and two additional conductors that carry the signal. Hence, three wires total. This is standard for professional, low impedance microphones; and interconnections between pro audio equipment such as mixers and power amplifier's. BTW, these are very good, especially considering the price. see less Yes. This is what is known as a balanced cable. As such, it has a ground conductor and two additional conductors that carry the signal. Hence, three wires total. This is standard for professional, low impedance microphones; and interconnections between pro audio equipment such as mixers and power amplifier's. BTW, these are very good, especially considering the price.
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These are thick cables i was impressed when i got them
Christopher s.
· October 7, 2019
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This cables are good cables for balanced signals ( microphones and/or balanced audio signals ). The lenght is only 1 meter, maybe in a studio you need more lenght. I use two couples and they work fine. fb
Francesco Balena
· January 2, 2016
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RESPONSE FROM MANUFACTURER - CABLE MATTERS:

Sorry, we currently do not offer the 3-Foot XLR Microphone Cable in one pack. … see more
RESPONSE FROM MANUFACTURER - CABLE MATTERS:

Sorry, we currently do not offer the 3-Foot XLR Microphone Cable in one pack.

Please feel free to let us know if you have any further questions by contacting us through Amazon's messaging center. Open the product page, click on "Sold by Cable Matters" and then "Ask a Question”.

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RESPONSE FROM MANUFACTURER - CABLE MATTERS:

Sorry, we currently do not offer the 3-Foot XLR Microphone Cable in one pack.

Please feel free to let us know if you have any further questions by contacting us through Amazon's messaging center. Open the product page, click on "Sold by Cable Matters" and then "Ask a Question”.

Cable Matters Support Team

Cable Matters
Seller · January 12, 2021
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NO!!
These are trash. The rode procaster gives a low-gain signal which requires a lot of oomph from the preamp. When pushing the preamp really hard I get lots of hiss and a super unfocused sound. I assume the fault is the preamp, but I switch to a higher quality cable and it's NIGHT and DAY difference. I tried with 2… see more
NO!!
These are trash. The rode procaster gives a low-gain signal which requires a lot of oomph from the preamp. When pushing the preamp really hard I get lots of hiss and a super unfocused sound. I assume the fault is the preamp, but I switch to a higher quality cable and it's NIGHT and DAY difference. I tried with 2 different Cable-Matters cables, same result. I almost never leave reviews but specifically got online to warn people away from using these with quiet dynamic mics that will need a lot of gain to get a usable signal. Perhaps they work in other applications. Not sure. see less
NO!!
These are trash. The rode procaster gives a low-gain signal which requires a lot of oomph from the preamp. When pushing the preamp really hard I get lots of hiss and a super unfocused sound. I assume the fault is the preamp, but I switch to a higher quality cable and it's NIGHT and DAY difference. I tried with 2 different Cable-Matters cables, same result. I almost never leave reviews but specifically got online to warn people away from using these with quiet dynamic mics that will need a lot of gain to get a usable signal. Perhaps they work in other applications. Not sure.

good
· June 6, 2020
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Sorry I don't know the gauge. Just in comparison to my other many cables they seem to be medium. Not as thin as the typical. Instrument cable and not as thick as heavy PA speaker cables. They are pleasantly flexible and coil pretty easily. Hope that helps
Jay Marion
· August 7, 2020
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What interface do you have? Most use unbalanced 1/4” output. KRKs will have the right input if they are the powered ones but your DAW might not match.
james l hush
· March 7, 2019
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Yes. One end is male the other is female, so you can connect two together. I would recommend, though, that you try to find a twenty foot cable. There may be some losses if you connect two together.
oldflyer
· February 7, 2020