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Unbalanced audio cable with XLR Male to Unbalanced 1/4" Male connectors. Features Heavy-Duty cabling. These...
Oxygen-free pure copper braid and high-quality Neutrik connectors for maximum clarity and noise rejection.
Excellent for tight spots.
Rugged for the road warrior.
XLR Female to Unbalanced 1/4" Male connections.
Horizon — lasting quality for pro applications.
With braided copper clad aluminum shielding.
Quality connectors, cable, and 20-foot length.
Y Cable that converts one XLR (FEMALE)to TWO XLR (MALE), 6 inches
A high-fidelity mic cable with XLR connectors and dual shielding.
Ensure your voice won't get lost on its way to the amp with the Lyric HG Microphone Cable. Made of two...
A solid microphone cables is an item that many may take for granted, but without them, your practice, recording session or live show could be in serious jeopardy. With a set of microphone cables close at hand, you will be heard loud and clear at any event. When choosing a microphone cable, you should definitely ask yourself “How many cables do I need?" If you are part of a group of singers, your best bet may be to buy a pack of cables. Musician's Gear, for example, offers their Lo-Z Mic Cable 20' in packs of two, four and ten, meaning you should always have enough to be prepared. If, on the other hand, you just need the one cable, they also sell them individually. At twenty feet long, these cables offer plenty of flexibility for moving around while performing. If you are looking for a more complete stage setup, you will want to check out one of the cable/stand combinations that are available to you. These packages are perfect for choirs and vocal groups both large and small, making them a must have for any performance or practice. If you want to stand out and make a bit of a statement with your microphone cable, one of the Musician's Gear Tweed Lo-Z Woven Mic Cables is almost certain to catch your eye. Stylish tweed designs give them a great look, while their copper shielding minimizes the electric hum, so they will still sound every bit as good as you'd expect. When it comes down to it, your microphone is only going to be as good as your microphone cable. Whether you're looking to pick up a new or extra cable for yourself, or a bundle for you and the rest of your group, you are sure to find these cables will be a great addition to your music room.