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3 Meter (10ft) 1/4inch TRS Male to two 1/4inch TS Male Insert Cable
Connect your external effects processors to your mixing board with this 1/4" Insert Cable from Monoprice!
Insert cables are used for creating a real-time effects loop by connecting a channel insert on an audio mixing board to an external effects processor with 1/4" unbalanced connections. Connect the TRS plug into the "insert" jack of your mixing board. The tip of the jack is a send (sending a mono signal to an external effects professor) and the ring is the return (returning a mono signal from the external effects processor back into the mixing board).
This cable can also be used to split an unbalanced stereo signal into two unbalanced mono signals, or to combine two mono signals into a single stereo signal.
This cable is constructed with two 26 AWG conductors and copper braid shielding. The TS connectors are color coded gray and red and feature knurled grips so you can insert and extract the plugs with ease.
PROS: Very good quality cable
PROS: Great Quality , Sturdy jacks, cable itself is very pliable, easy routing.
PROS: Good quality molded end cables with Send and Return molded into them. I'm not using them for effects but to link IEMs into the mixer. I like that Monoprice has a variety of lengths for these cables and that the price is great!
PROS: Build quality, low cost
PROS: easy to stow, seems like decent quality
PROS: I've never seen better delivery time, better products and absolutely the best prices than monoprice. My cables are 10 times thicker, stronger and longer than anything sold at Guitar Center and 1/2 to 1/5th the price there. I will never buy from GC again unless it's a dire emergency. I'm raving to all my friends about Monoprice. And, I raved to my favorite GC sales person and he admitted they can't compete.
PROS: damn good cable. even has a moveable knuckle where it splits.
PROS: Using it on a guitar pedal that has a stereo out via a single TRS, works great. Cheap
PROS: Good quality.
CONS: None, it's a cable
7 months ago