3ft 4-Channel XLR Male to XLR Female Snake Cable
    Product # 8764
    3ft 4-Channel XLR Male to XLR Female Snake Cable
    Product # 8764
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    3ft 4-Channel XLR Male to XLR Female Snake Cable

    Get 4-channel, professional, balanced audio XLR cable snakes from Monoprice for less than you're used to paying for each XLR cable alone!

    These XLR cable snakes feature four sets of male-to-female XLR cables assembled into a single, soft and durable, cable jacket. Each XLR connector has a silver metal housing and is connected with a color coded wire, so you can quickly and easily make the right connections the first time, every time.

    The cables are colored red, blue, white, and yellow. The connector housings are metal with plastic and rubber cable boots to reduce strain on the physical connection. Each cable carries a lifetime guarantee, so you can trust you'll always have a properly working cable, when you buy them from Monoprice!

    There is currently an error on the packaging showing this to be an STP-XLR cable, while clearly the cable is an XLR-XLR type. Note that the packaging is incorrect and is in the process of being corrected.

    16 Reviews

    91.88% of the reviewers recommend this product


    Monoprice does what is proises!

    • Camille T. Bourg, Jr.,
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    • 8/25/2015 7:17:50 AM

    Pros: Items on site seem to always be available and ready to ship. Prices are great and quality is greater.

    10 out of 10, 5 stars, bravo, (See thesaurus for more accolades!)

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    • Anonymous,
    •  Euless, TX 
    • 8/28/2014 11:47:52 AM

    Pros: GREAT price, and well-constructed cables, considering their price.

    Cons: Lack of strain relief at each end means the cables will begin to break connections, after some use. I keep spares around and replace them about every 6 months, or re-solder them, as needed. At this price, it is almost a non-issue, as long as I check them regularly.

    These are good (not to be confused with great) cables for the price, and I buy them any time I need a short snake, for a project, and recommend them to others, regularly.

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    • Chris P,
    •  Idaho Falls, ID 
    • 7/13/2014 2:05:50 PM

    Pros: Quality construction.

    Cons: None.

    Plugged it in and it worked. Liked the product.

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    • Anonymous,
    •  Oklahoma City, OK 
    • 7/7/2014 2:25:07 PM

    Pros: So handy I may have to order another!

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    Great price, can be easily made into a 4 channel phase swap snake

    • Anonymous,
    •  Grass Valley, CA 
    • 7/3/2014 4:48:26 PM

    Pros: Price. So cheap. They cost much as one decent XLR plug, but you get 8.

    Cons: The fan is a little delicate. I would only use it for an install or home recording, not for stage work unless the ends were protected. It would be great if they could use heavier duty shrink tubing on the fan.

    Also the plugs are a teeny bit bigger than a standard XLR plug, I kinda have to force them in, a bit, to jacks that normal plugs slide into fine. Not a huge deal. They are so cheap!

    I've bought a couple of these to make into special cables. I made one into a double XLR "Y" cable, with 2x inputs and 4x outputs.
    The other I made into a 4 channel phase swap mini snake, to swap the phase on my returns to stage monitors. This is because monitors face the opposite way from the mains speakers, so with this cable (or any phase swap XLR cable) the sound produced by the monitors adds to the soundwaves the mains produce, rather than fighting them. To swap the phase I just took off the sleeve of each of the male XLR plugs, and with the soldering iron, switched the hot (pin 2) and cold (pin 3) wires. Did this for all 4 male plugs, and labeled the cable lest it cause havoc down the line.

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