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Mogami 3-foot Gold TRS-XLRF Cable for Powered Speakers XLR Female - 3' 3ft

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Mogami 3-foot Gold TRS-XLRF Cable for Powered Speakers XLR Female - 3' 3ft

This balanced patch cable with gold-pin/black body 1/4″ TRS and female XLR connectors is a popular choice for powered speakers. Mogami Gold TRS-XLRM uses Neglex Studio Quad cabling, legendary for clarity and freedom from noise/RF interference. Neglex type Quad cables are designed for the highest quality recording applications where maximum definition is critical.

  • The finest patch cable you can buy for neutral tone and noise rejection
  • Conductor insulation is XLPE (Cross-Linked Polyethylene) for excellent sonic clarity
  • Mogami Signature Ultra High Density Spiral Pure Copper Shield for superior sound quality and silent background
  • A perfect choice for high end audio equipment
  • Lifetime warranty

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