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digital audio cable canare L-2T2S with NEUTRIK Angled XLR F to Angled XLR M , professional microphone cable
An XLR cable contains both a positive and negative conductor, both of which can transmit audio signals between two balanced devices. As audio signals travel from one device to another through other types of A/V cords, the signal is highly susceptible to interference created by other electronic devices nearby. This usually expresses itself as a static-filled hum or buzzing sound. The unwanted noise is especially troublesome in professional audio applications where the accurate recording of sound is imperative.
Interference can occur when connecting balanced devices compatible with XLR to XLR cables, but you can resolve this issue by inverting the signal transmitted by one of the conductors so that it cancels out the interference. The ground wire is also soldered to the cable's shielding, which further reduces the chance of electrical interference and improves the strength and accuracy of the signal during transmission.
|Cable O.D.||3.5 - 8.0 mm|
|Insertion force||≤ 20 N|
|Withdrawal force||≤ 20 N|
|Lifetime||> 1000 mating cycles|
|Wiresize||max. 2.5 mm²|
|Wiresize||max. 14 AWG|
|Locking device||Latch lock|
|Contact plating||0.2 µm Au hard alloy over 2 µm Ni|
|Insert||Polyamide (PA 6.6 30 % GR)|
|Locking element||Zinc diecast (ZnAl4Cu1) / Ck 67 (spring)|
|Shell||Zinc diecast (ZnAl4Cu1)|
|Shell plating||Black chromium|
|Strain relief||Polyacetal (POM)|
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