3 Meter (10ft) 3-pin DMX Lighting & AES/EBU Cable
    Product # 601603
    3 Meter (10ft) 3-pin DMX Lighting & AES/EBU Cable
    Product # 601603
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    3 Meter (10ft) 3-pin DMX Lighting & AES/EBU Cable

    Distribute digital DMX or AES/EBU (aka AES3) data signals safely and reliably using this 3-pin DMX Lighting & AES/EBU Cable from Monoprice!

    This cable is designed for accurate transmission of digital audio and DMX lighting control data. It features a twisted pair of 22AWG conductors wrapped in a double layer shielding composed of copper braid and aluminum foil. The two shield layers combine to provide 100% shield coverage for the conductors.

    The input end of the cable is terminated in a 3-pin male XLR connector, while the output end terminates in 3-pin female XLR connector. The cable has a nominal impedance of 110-120 ohms.

    10 Reviews

    100% of the reviewers recommend this product


    Excellent cables and great price!

    • Ryan,
    •  Salem, VA 
    • 6/20/2016 8:43:16 AM

    Pros: Thick cable, well labelled, durable and do exactly what they say they can do.

    Cons: The little rubber gaskets on the end of the female xlr can come off easily. honestly, not a big deal.

    I can definitely see why these are "Out of Stock" often. I have about 22 of these cables, only been using them for a month or two, but can easily tell they will last for the long haul. The thicker cable and well labelled design will allow them to last a long time and I can quickly tell which cables are MIC and which are DMX, even for people "helping" me and not knowing the difference. I just tell them "It says DMX right on them." makes things so much easier to separate. Will be buying more of this exact kind as my light inventory increases.

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    Quality cabling

    • Clif Edwards,
    •  Sacramento, CA 
    • 6/13/2016 8:46:08 AM

    Pros: Well made, inexpensive, perfect length

    I use this on stage to record my lead guitar and I need it to be solid built. Ver satisfied with the quality.

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    has worked for years

    • Yonkani Reyes,
    •  West Covina, CA 
    • 3/12/2016 4:39:23 AM

    Pros: works

    Cons: none

    works perfectly

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    great value

    • Anonymous,
    •  jac, FL 
    • 1/29/2016 6:50:09 PM

    I used these for a portable church lighting system, works swell!

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    Outstanding Value

    • Woofy,
    •  Marysville, WA 
    • 5/21/2015 2:28:38 AM

    Pros: Just as unearthly quiet as the expensive AES/EBU "big name" cables at the audio store...It's gotta have some decent EMI/RFI shielding in spite of the absurdly low price.
    And it costs less than 1% the price of their cheapest AES/EBU "big name" cables!
    Excellent connectors are tight and solid as a rock.
    HUGE improvement over coax and optical digital cables.

    Cons: Not quite as good sounding as the "big name" obscenely expensive AES/EBU exotic cables.
    Thought this is hardly a con at less than 1% of the cost of those other "magic" cables.
    Takes some time to settle in and sound it's best so be patient.

    I bought this to hook up an old "stable transport" CD deck via Monarchy Audio DIP (digital data stream re-clocker) to my Emotiva XDA-2 DAC. The improvement over the original DACs in the deck was no less than shocking. It's like every CD I have is new, again. Holographic and spatial information that was kinda there is now in-your-face spectacularly present. I had a choice between this cable and a couple audiophile AES/EBU cables which I had taken home on loan from my local drug...er, stereo dealer. At first the Monoprice cable sounded kind of flat but still utterly silent like the high-priced ones on hand. Twenty hours of music later, the Monoprice cable opened WAAAY up and gave the $500 and $700+ cables a run for their money. I decided to keep the Monoprice cable. Over a month later, the cable has improved by delivering smoother high-frequencies, i.e., less digital "crunch" as it electrically settles in further. I am absolutely astonished at the quality of this cable for the money. I'd buy another in a heartbeat and gladly use the $500 I saved to buy more music. It doesn't get much better than that!

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