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1.5ft Premier Series XLR Male to XLR Female 16AWG Cable (Gold Plated) [Microphone & Interconnect]
25ft Premier Series XLR Male to XLR Female 16AWG Cable (Gold Plated) [Microphone & Interconnect]
3ft 2-conductor NL4 Female to NL4 Female 12AWG Speaker Twist Connector Cable
You can rely on Monoprice as the source for your high-performance, high-quality speaker cables with NL4FC connectors!
These 2-conductor speaker connection cables are made with high-purity, 12 AWG copper wire for maximum current handling capability. They feature black and blue colored plastic NL4FC female connectors at each end, with spring-loaded lock release latches.
PROS: Quick delivery and good product!
PROS: Well constructed, good connectors
CONS: None so far
PROS: Nice looking, appear to be quality cable ... but
CONS: Signal from amp to speaker kept kicking out.
PROS: High quality cable. Good price.
CONS: The inside connection was loose. It was easy to fix.
I definitely will shop monoprice in the future. The quality and workmanship was excellent.
PROS: Fast prompt delivery
Extremely affordable pricing
CONS: Free delivery would be nice, however even with shipping the cost was very competitive.
My only concern is that the connectors are not quite as thick and solid feeling as some of the higher-end cables. I think if I were gigging nightly and had to setup/tear down every night, I'd spend the extra money on the PJB cables. But since I can buy 25 of these cables for the price of 1 PJB, I'll be sticking with MonoPrice.
CONS: Maybe not Heavy Duty
PROS: - Inexpensive
- Works well
CONS: - None discernable
I'm a little dissapointed with the locking pins. The springs have been bad on one end of both of my cables. Not the same quality as Neutrik ends, but I paid a whole lot less.
Both cables carry the signal just fine, though, so I'm not complaining too much. Would definitely buy more of them again.
PROS: Fraction of the Price of other Speakon Cables
Cable quality feels solid
Passes signal well.
CONS: The springs on the locking pin are pretty weak. I ordered two of these cables and both had an issue with at least one end.
PROS: Cable seems to be rugged and durable enough
Speakon-type connectors compatible with my Speakon speaker inputs
CONS: Assembly not up-to-snuff, but easily fixable