FIBBR XLR Cables X2 - 1M - High Quality Microphone Cables
2 XLR Cables 1M, High-quality FIBBR Microphone Cable
The choice of microphone cable you use can make a big difference to the quality of your audio recordings. Choosing a high-quality cable will give you the best results for recording audio.
XLR microphone cables are the industry standard when it comes to audio, and for good reason. XLR cables can be used across multiple different types of equipment, from microphones, audio interfaces, instruments, speakers, and even lighting equipment.
Investing in a high-quality microphone cable will mean you won’t have to consistently replace your old and faulty cables, saving you time, money, and stress in the long run.
Heavy-duty - These microphone cables feature a woven nylon exterior that covers the inner wiring of the cable. The braided nylon provides an added layer of protection for the cable, making it more durable and resistant to wear and tear and less likely to break or fray in comparison to traditional microphone cables. Not only that. but Our microphone cables are bend-tested up to 20,000 times in order to ensure they can withstand wear and tear without reducing their flexibility or their performance. This reliability makes them a popular choice for those who need a microphone cable that can withstand heavy use or frequent travel.
To learn more about how to keep your microphone cables in good condition, see our XLR cable care tips!
User-friendly – Our microphone cables are designed for easy and convenient use in a variety of settings. These cables are lightweight and easy to handle, with features that make them simple to connect and disconnect from audio equipment. With plug and play design, you can easily connect the microphone cable to your devices with a 3-pin XLR input. They also have a self-locking design that allows the cable to securely grip your devices and not loosen due to movement.
High compatibility - Designed to be used across a wide range of devices, these microphone cables can be used with equipment that has 3-pin XLR connectors such as patch bays, preamplifiers, speakers, microphones, and lighting equipment.
Multi-layers of shielding - These microphone cables shield up to 99% of static interference, removing any excess noise. This results in the highest possible sound quality and fidelity for your audio recordings. This is done through an oxygen-free copper conductor, and multiple layers of shielding with cotton, copper, carbon fibre, TPE jacket, and nylon braiding.
Balanced - The balanced design of XLR our cables helps to reduce interference and noise by sending two out-of-phase audio signals along with the ground wire. These high quality microphone cables will have better levels shielding and a lower signal loss, resulting in clearer and more accurate sound reproduction.
Metal spring SR design - The design of these microphone cables makes them more flexible and durable than similar cables, meaning that they will never rupture. Made from a heavy-duty alloy and copper, the XLR connector is robust, resistant to oxidation and corrosion, and will provide you with the best connectivity to your devices.
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Frequently Asked Questions:
What is an XLR cable?
An XLR cable is a type of audio cable that is commonly used in professional audio applications. It is named after the XLR connector, which is a three-pin connector that is widely used in the music industry and in other fields such as broadcasting and live sound reinforcement.
What does XLR stand for?
XLR stands for "X Series, Latch, Rubber". The XLR connector was first introduced by Cannon Electric in the mid-1950s as a durable and reliable connector for the entertainment industry. The "X Series" in the name refers to the fact that it was the company's 10th connector series. The "Latch" refers to the locking mechanism of the connector, which helps to ensure a secure connection. The "Rubber" refers to the material used to make the connector's surrounding gasket, which helps to provide a water-tight seal. Over time, the XLR connector became widely used in the audio industry, particularly for microphones and other audio equipment.
Can an XLR microphone cable be used for speakers?
XLR microphone cables are not recommended for use with speakers. While XLR cables and speaker cables may look similar, they are designed for different purposes and have different characteristics. Using XLR cables for speakers may result in a lower sound quality, as they may not be able to handle the high-power signals required for speakers. Additionally, using the wrong cable type can potentially damage your equipment, as it can cause overheating or electrical interference.