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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.

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· June 6, 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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RESPONSE FROM MANUFACTURER-CABLE MATTERS: These cables are made in China.

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". … see more
RESPONSE FROM MANUFACTURER-CABLE MATTERS: These cables are made in China.

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: These cables are made in China.

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 · October 15, 2020
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yes
Ryan Chapleski
· June 30, 2019
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If the mic and the focusrite have xlr connectors, yes. It won't make a noticeable vocal quality difference, at least not for most people... you should read up on the signal path and how it works, because unless it's shorting out, an xlr cable won't change your sound. Your mic, preamp, recording smaple rate and overal… see more If the mic and the focusrite have xlr connectors, yes. It won't make a noticeable vocal quality difference, at least not for most people... you should read up on the signal path and how it works, because unless it's shorting out, an xlr cable won't change your sound. Your mic, preamp, recording smaple rate and overall signal path have a much greater effect on quality. That being said, it's a great buy on 2 great cables, i use this for my professional recording studio and for my band... you can't beat the overall value. see less If the mic and the focusrite have xlr connectors, yes. It won't make a noticeable vocal quality difference, at least not for most people... you should read up on the signal path and how it works, because unless it's shorting out, an xlr cable won't change your sound. Your mic, preamp, recording smaple rate and overall signal path have a much greater effect on quality. That being said, it's a great buy on 2 great cables, i use this for my professional recording studio and for my band... you can't beat the overall value.
TW
· April 25, 2015
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No. But the cables are extremely nice. Good snug fit. Well worth the $$ paid. made very well. hope that helped you.
Crucibus
· February 21, 2016
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these are xlr cables, nothing fancy, could be made anywhere, sound shop or maybe radio shack, i always use different colors for different things, have fun
neal spritz
· July 28, 2020
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Yes they will work. Just be mindful of the length you need.
Herbert J.
· July 7, 2018
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RESPONSE FROM MANUFACTURER-CABLE MATTERS: It's 75 Ohm.

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RESPONSE FROM MANUFACTURER-CABLE MATTERS: It's 75 Ohm.

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RESPONSE FROM MANUFACTURER-CABLE MATTERS: It's 75 Ohm.

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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Cable Matters
Seller · June 17, 2020
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Hello Chestermeekins, yes, this cable will be compatible with your speakers with 3-pin XLR connectors.
Please feel free to contact tech-support@cablematters.com if there is anything else that we could help you with.
Thanks.

Cable Matters
Seller · April 26, 2017