Basics XLR Microphone Cable is very important in any recording studio. They are utilized to transmit audio signals from a microphone to the input of a sound system or electrical interface box. There are two different types: balanced and unbalanced. XLR microphone cables work with stage microphones and other professional equipment that require balanced transmissions, such as live concert sound systems and musical instrument amplifiers.
From the manufacturer
The Basics XLR Microphone Cable’s male to female connector with three pins and zinc alloy construction provides secure, uninterrupted audio feed.
The cable’s all-copper conductors and reinforced inner copper spiral shielding help prevent outside noise interference.
Built with a flexible 6.0mm PVC jacket and durable metal housing, the microphone cable offers dependable performance.
Plug and Play
The cable offers plug-and-play convenience with Basics XLR Microphone Cable -compatible PA systems or equipment.
Martin Ochoa –
Jarion Stevens –
Connect wireless receiver to mixer. Works as advertised.
Amazon Customer –
I bought these cables to be spares but found them wonderful so they have taken the place of several in our sound equipment.
works great, 10/10 er… 5/5. Whatever.
For the money, this cord is decent quality. Have not received any issues with use.
C. Locke –
I do not use XLR cables much, but these appear to be of high quality and work well for my simple application, which is connecting a dynamic mic to a Scarlette 2i2 for feeding voice into a USB port for use when teaching online classes.
DAK from Milwaukee –
What else is there to say? Cable functions as intended, is well built, and even looks like a quality product, down to the “Amazon Basics” logo.
Purchased these xlr cables to connect my studio monitors. And I must say they look great. Haven’t connected them yet but my first impression is they look like high quality cables. I felt confident in buying Amazon Basics brand because not that long ago I purchased a couple of rca cables of that brand and they were perfect, still running them today on my home theater set up. I only wish I had looked into Amazon brand cables before I bought a set of really expensive Monster cables a while back. Spent $70 for the pair and they look identical to these ones which cost a total of $20 shipped. Oh, and these are longer! I got the 15 foot long cables just to insure I’d have enough slack to play with for speaker placement. Will only be buying AB for my cable needs from now on! I feel like such a doof for spending that much money on Monster cables, they all do the same thing, transfer audio.
Adam Bradberry –
Good. Me buy. You buy. It nice af
Good for the price. Have had a couple for about five years, many gigs and practices. Recently bought more for home, replacing xlr to 1/4 inch cables. I’m sure there are better, but these cables work well.