Pro Co 50' Excellines Microphone Cable (Single Cable) Reviews4.3/5.0 based on 7 customer reviews
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March 19, 2013Music Background:
lead guitarist/ lead vocalist
Pro Co 50' Mic Cable and Sweetwater go all the wayI daisy chain my powered Thump 15's and you not only must cover the horizontal distance but the vertical (floor to raised speaker). Easy to forget about the extra 10 feet or so you will need. This Excelline will get you there. The cable is not bulky and is an easy fit into my cable case. The outer jacket wraps easily and yet is strong, protecting those rather delicate wires within.Neutrik connectors keep things snug at the XLR inputs/outputs.With a Sweetwater lifetime guarantee included it is unbeatable. Thank you Scott.
from Orange, Ca
December 25, 2012Music Background:
Live Sound Engineer
no problemsI've never had a problem with these. Fit neatly with all of my mics, direct boxes, and other gear, unlike some other manufacturers that use mo name, sloppy connectors.
from El Paso, TC
May 8, 2012Music Background:
Location Sound Mixer
SOLID XLRsDurable cables that can go through any kind of rough condition. Warranty with Sweetwater is an added bonus!
May 14, 2013
So far so good - time will tellFirst gig went very well. time is needed to test these.
from Milwaukee, WI
June 8, 2012Music Background:
PhD in Music and professional performer
Good cableCables aren't exciting, but I can say that this one works well. It is flexible and doesn't get knotted too much. Of course, it rejects noise well, because of the balanced connection I use. The insulation could be more durable, as it is easy to cut.
from Fincastle, Virginia
May 1, 2012Music Background:
Pro Musician for 45 years
Excellines Microphone CableI use this for output from my Tech 21 Trademark 60 to our PA system. No loss noticed, the connecters are solid and clip in securly and the wire rolls up without twists.
July 24, 2012Music Background:
Recording and live sound engineer
All mic cables should be tested before use!Nice cord, quality connectors, and good technique was used to solder, but.... one of the two cables I got had pins 1 and 2 swapped! (shield and hot). Hum city. I'm solder-literate, so I fixed it in less time than it would take me to send it back for exchange. I'm sure Sweetwater would have exchanged it ASAP. Silly me for finding this cable was bad during a live festival! Test first! Oh, and consider one of those cable-tester boxes for your tech bag. I had one with me, and that's how I knew the mic and the mixer channel were fine, in just a few seconds.