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1.5ft Stage Right Series XLR Male to XLR Female 16AWG Cable (Gold Plated) [Microphone & Interconnect]
25ft Stage Right Series XLR Male to XLR Female 16AWG Cable (Gold Plated) [Microphone & Interconnect]
10ft 4-Channel TRS Male to XLR Female Snake Cable
Make your XLR to 1/4" balanced connections with confidence when you use these professional quality audio cables from Monoprice!
These 4-channel cable snakes feature four individual XLR female to 1/4" male balanced TRS cable sets. The 1/4" male connectors feature a slim, molded connector housing. The XLR female connectors feature a black, plastic shell with metal retaining clips and plastic and rubber, screw-on cable boots. The cables utilize 25 AWG conductors.
Each cable connector is color coded (blue, white, orange, and yellow) to ensure that you make the right connection the first time, every time. The four cables are bound together into a single snake with a soft and durable outer jacket. The Monoprice lifetime guarantee on cables means you can trust these cables to withstand the rigors of professional audio applications!
PROS: Great product at less cost.
CONS: Shipping error caused $50 in extra shipping charges.
Order them and you will not be sorry, what these cost would be $40-$50 each in a music store.
3 weeks ago
6 months ago
PROS: Cables are great when used properly. I've ordered several of these to hook gear to my patch bays and they are solid. Thanks Monoprice.
PROS: It works, great price
I wish the individual pair colors followed the colors that are more industry standard. (Resistor color code)
1- Brown, 2- Red, 3-orange, 4, yellow etc.
An added bonus would be to include a velcro cable wrap.
PROS: works well, as specified
CONS: the colors need to be changed.
The Monoprice XLR cables are nice. The weave on the oustside, is thick, connectors are good, etc.
This snake is completely different.
I wasn't expecting it to be super thick and sturdy for the price, but when I first saw them, I thought to myself "You get what you pay for. Oh well, these will be okay for your purposes".
I plugged the TRS into my mixing board. Plugged a a couple mics into the other side (dynamics), and turned on my interface, set it all up to record, and hit record. The first thing I noticed was how low the gain was. Normally, I would set the fader to zero and my trim pot to about 25% (for electric guitar through a decently loud amp). I had the trim pot up around 75% and was getting low levels.
I play it back and I get... HISSS. The guitar is super quiet, even with the trim pot turned up. I can use low output mics with the trim pot turned up and get little to no noise normally. I switched the cable out with a normal xlr, and everything was back to normal. I tried all 4 of them, and all were the same.
I don't even know how a cable can be this crappy!
AND, on top of this, the shipping is too expensive
CONS: They don't work