The Right Mic Cable

Here Are Some Things To Consider When Choosing Microphone Cables

Flexibility-Many strands of thin copper wire make for a more flexible cable than fewer strands of thicker wire.

Gauge-Choose a cable of at least 24 gauge to insure enough conductivity in your signal path.

Shield-95% or better braided shield give the cable the ability to reject spurious interference while providing a solid and reliable ground conductor.

Connectors-Solderable XLR connectors with no removable screws insure quick assembly with no small parts to lose.

Compatibility-Make sure your connector choice uses an XLR compatible shell and pin configuration so it will mate with all other standard mic cables. is your source for professional quality microphone cables.
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