7 Best Xlr Cables

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Top 7 Xlr Cables

1
AmazonBasics XLR Male To ( Cable - 6 Feet, Black)
Product Highlights:
  • microphone cable for studio recording and live sound
  • high-quality xlr male and female connectors; 3-pin xlr male to xlr female
  • protective metal housing; flexible pvc jacket with 6.0mm outer diameter
2
MCSproaudio XLR CABLE ( Microphone Cable, 5 PACK)
Product Highlights:
  • ultra flexible high quality professional audio wire
  • locking male and female xlr connectors with rubber strain relief
  • color: black
3
Cable Matters 2Pack Premium ( Microphone Cable 6 Feet)
Product Highlights:
  • pro-grade microphone cord is designed for microphones or other professional recording, mixing, and lighting equipment with the 3 pin xlr connectors
  • convenient and cost-effective 2-pack microphone cables provide spare or replacement xlr cables (xlr male to female cable) to use on a set of microphones or on different systems
  • balanced mic cable with soft pvc jacket is constructed with oxygen-free copper (ofc) conductors for delivering pristine sound
4
Gearlux XLR Microphone Cable ( Foot - 3 Pack)
Product Highlights:
  • guaranteed for life
  • three-pin xlr connectors
  • professional ofc noiseless instrument cable
5
GLS Audio 25ft Mic ( 25' Balanced Mike Cord - 6 PACK)
Product Highlights:
  • heavy duty flexible rubber jacket in 6 different colors (25ft each)
  • true balanced lo-z shielded cable
  • high grade 21g dual copper conductors
6
4 Pack 25 Foot ( Microphone Cable)
Product Highlights:
  • ultra flexible high quality professional audio wire
  • locking male and female xlr connectors with rubber strain relief
  • color: black
7
Neewer 6Pack 65ft2M XLR ( Cords (Green, Blue, Purple, Red, Yellow And Orange))
Product Highlights:
  • 6-pack 6.5ft/2m xlr male to xlr female color cables
  • 6 color: green, blue, purple, red, yellow and orange
  • heavy-duty flexible rubber shielding

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