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I am a professional traveling musician (140 annual shows.) I can't afford to buy "junk" because of the potential cost of down time. I recently updated a sound booth at a church with corrected wiring. I also installed a proper patch panel for organization and ease of their sound & A/V needs.
Not only did I order ONE set of these cables, but I ordered a second set. The wire quality is good, and has the "right" kind of feel to it. The metal connectors are quality and not rough. The locking snap action was clean and positive.
I will order this product again the next time that I need to replace cables. I ordered shorter lengths for patching, but the cable quality would be PERFECT for any length run you need.
Don't hesitate to use this company or these cables. They are quality, and worth buying.
This is a connect once and live there forever sort of install, so I hoped to get away with something less expensive. so far I detect no issues and I think this will work well for a long time. great for connections between DI's and the Mixer, or between External processors and the board, with out using inserts. In this application, there will be no patching or changing the sources or the configuration. My use is unique in that we are a Ham Radio station, as well as GMRS Radio and we Live Stream a weekly "net" broadcast. Audio is coming in from vocal mic's, and from two way radios through direct boxes, and being mixed and returned to two way radios and a PC for the live stream. I hope this helps you understand my application and is useful in determining if these cables will work for you. BTW, the color coding is far more useful than I would ever have expected, having used only black mic cords. Best of luck
There cords are awesome, they do what they're supposed to do, they are very durable, BUT the only grippe I have which isn't even really that big of a deal is that some of the colors of the cords are a but off. I'm a little OCD and like to have things a very certain way and get a bit fussy when they aren't. With that being said the orange cord isn't exactly orange, but more of a creamsicle color, and the purple isn't Rea;;y a deep purple but more of a plum or egg plant because it's a wee bit dark. The green isn't exactly a solid green either, but more of a forest green. All in all the product is great, but I has to take off a few points for the color difference. Thanks though!
These patch cables use medium quality cable connectors but the soldering is quite impressive for the price. Every cable tested perfect for analog signals 10 to 25KHz and only started showing losses at around 40KHz. I did not test them a digital AES/EBU signal.
The only negative I have to say about them is that this is only a single audio pair (not a quad/star cable) and the shielding is a little thin. As a result, I would use them in a clean home studio environment but I would avoid using them in an industrial or high RF environment.
I think they might last in an installed sound environment but I would not use them for repeated patching such as a sound stage. I do think they are a decent value for the money.
6ft xlr priced very well is exactly what I needed to connect the in-ears monitor transmitters, wireless mic receiver, DI boxes next to the snake head, to the snake and/or the sound board without a rats nest. they work very well with all the components I have, the xlr male and female plugs are solid and overall seem to be a very good quality.