1 Meter (3ft) 4-Channel (2 upstream & 2 downstream) XLR Male to XLR Female Snake Cable
    Product # 601391
    1 Meter (3ft) 4-Channel (2 upstream & 2 downstream) XLR Male to XLR Female Snake Cable
    Product # 601391
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    1 Meter (3ft) 4-Channel (2 upstream & 2 downstream) XLR Male to XLR Female Snake Cable

    Connect two upstream and two downstream channels of audio between equipment with XLR jacks using this 4-Channel (2 Upstream, 2 Downstream) XLR Male to XLR Female Snake Cable from Monoprice!

    This snake cable features four balanced mono or unbalanced stereo lines with color coded wires (red, white, green, and blue). Each wire is constructed of a pair of 26 AWG conductors with aluminum foil shielding to protect from stray EM and RF interference.

    Two of the XLR connectors at each end are male and the other two are female. This allows to cable to carry two upstream and two downstream channels of audio material.

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    3 Reviews

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    • Anonymous,
    •  Los Angeles, CA 
    • 7/22/2014 3:08:27 PM

    Pros: Cheap
    Nice to have 2 up / 2 down on a simple 1 meter cable

    Cons: None so far

    I'm a production sound mixer for film and I bought this because I needed a simple cable that could spit out from my preamps, to my mixer, and then back to my recorder for the stereo mix. Was going to run 4 separate XLR cables but then stumbled upon this cable that keeps things simple and was half the price of buying separate cables so win-win. Everything is mounted in a 10u road case and since the cable isn't that thick, I was able to snake it where it needed to go easily. Anyways, time will determine if it holds up to the rigors of on location recording but I'll update if I run into any issues.

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    • Jacob Nasim,
    •  Oakland, CA 
    • 7/10/2014 10:04:46 PM

    Good quality, only wish I could get this cable all one direction instead of 2 up/2 down.

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    • Peter Conheim,
    •  El Cerrito, CA 
    • 7/9/2014 3:38:28 PM

    Pros: Unbeatable value, works just as described

    Cons: Connections at rear of XLR jacks feel slightly flimsy

    Recently tried this snake in an effort to quickly patch and unpatch an 8-channel sound card after years of of individual cables. I certainly detect no sonic differences between it and a longer Hosa XLR snake. I got the feeling that the weight of the jacks would exceed the strength-handling capabilities of each lead, as each lead has no stiff shielding except at the snake's center, but time will tell. Without opening jacks, I don't know how well-designed the strain relief is inside, but at least at first, I get no signal loss when I wiggle the jacks.

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