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50-foot Rapco Roadhog Gold Pro XLR Mic Cable HOGMPRO-50 - XLRM/XLRF 50-feet

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50-foot Rapco Roadhog Gold Pro XLR Mic Cable HOGMPRO-50 - XLRM/XLRF 50-feet

The 50' black Gold PRO Microphone Cable from RapcoHorizon is a flexible, yet durable microphone cable. It has a pure copper braided shield and 20 gauge center conductors for durability and quiet operation. This cable is manufactured with Neutrik black shell XLR female and XLR male connectors with gold contacts.

  • (2) 24 gauge center conductors
  • Utilizing a serve shield process for quiet operation yielding maximum flexibility
  • Matte PVC jacket material is very flexible yet durable with very low memory
  • Pure copper conductor and shield
  • Manufactured with Neutrik brand black XLR connectors with gold contacts
  • Individually tested for performance and quality

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