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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]
20ft 4-Channel XLR Male to XLR Female Snake Cable
Questions and Answers
I wish they had a 35' or 50' option - 20' is nice and tidy but for bigger stages I could use a bit more.
PROS: Works perfectly - seems well-built. I own 2 and they make it so much easier to set up.
Insanely cheap - you can't even get a 20' mic cable for this price at a music store.
CONS: No 50' version
PROS: Serviceable Neutrik-style connectors
Color-coded individual channels
Cheaper than you can buy the raw connectors for!
CONS: Only available as long as 20 feet
PROS: Fantastic overall value.
CONS: Missing a large harness-style (wire) strain relief, and the rubber strain-relief on each individual cable is only so-so, so extra care should be taken in this regard. Considering the low-cost, this is a minor issue. 20' length is just barely useable, from a practical standpoint (recommend adding 15' and 30' versions, as well as higher gauge wire version (ie: 16). Folks will understand the additional cost, and welcome the alternatives).
PROS: price is unbeatable! and quality is still what you would expect from monoprice!
CONS: the snake could use some improvement
would like to see the connectors secured better/ some kind of plastic sheathing perhaps?
I like the connectors found on the xlr cables better, though perhaps only becuase they feel more sturdy.
One of the wires had completely disconnected itself from its contact. The soldering inside the connectors is really low quality and the strain relief isn't designed for the thinner cables (it doesn't grab the cable at all), so when any strain is put on them it goes directly to the bad solder joints. I ended up taking everything apart and there were many joints that looked like they would break under any pressure.
I cut, stripped, and soldered all of the connectors so they will hold better and put tape around the wire to add bulk and give the strain relief something to grab on to. I did this to the two of these that I own because they were both poorly made. Hopefully they will hold up in the future.
These are useful cables and are hard to beat for the price, but make sure you always have a backup if you're planning on using them for anything important. If you have a soldering iron and some time it is probably worth modifying the cables to ensure they won't break.
PROS: Great way to cleanly run cable over short distances.
CONS: Cables are too short to be really useful. Would be nice if there were longer versions of it.
Bad solder joints.
Strain relief inside connectors does absolutely nothing.
PROS: Flexible, reliable, good quality
PROS: Well made, good quality connectors.
CONS: These are such a good deal that they sell out quick.
Highly recomended good quality and unbeatable price.
Awesome solution for any application.
4 months ago