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Mogami 15-foot Gold Studio XLR Microphone Cable 15' 15ft 15-feet Mic Balanced

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Mogami 15-foot Gold Studio XLR Microphone Cable 15' 15ft 15-feet Mic Balanced

From large recording facilities to small project studios, engineers and artists trust Mogami Gold Studio microphone cables. Wired with Neglex studio quad, this 4-conductor cable offers the highest cancellation of noise and is the quietest, best sounding cable you can buy. Mogami Gold helps cure many of the problems encountered in a typical project or home studio, creating a pin-drop quiet recording environment with enhanced dynamic range.

  • Wired with Neglex Studio Quad
  • Offers superior clarity and freedom from noise/RF interference
  • Terminated with black body 3-pin XLR connectors and gold contacts
  • Lifetime warranty

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