Iíve used Pro Co Excellines mic cables to tour for about a decade, often running them across the whole stage. In all that time, only one of my 25 cables wore out. When hundreds of eyes are on you, that's the kind of reliability any engineer has to appreciate.
XLR cable is well made
Good hardware, good wire. Worked splendidly for hookup of powered speakers.
Top quality cables @ an affordable price....
Great cables! Great price, great service! Thank u !
Quality at a Reasonable Price!
These cables feel nice and heavy, have nice snug connectors that don't have hardly any play when plugged in and have a nice color band around them for easy running and switching without paying those ridiculous prices that some manufacturers charge.
I haven't had any for many years so I can't comment on how well they hold up but I'll bet and have heard they hold up very well.
Good cables, connect securely
I just purchased one of these cables, I am very happy with it so far. I am using this to link two powered subwoofers together and I like them a lot. I have 0 interference and the connectors a neutrik so they seem well built and connect to my Turbosound M15b's well and securely. The only criticism I have of them is that the "stress relief" section doesn't look like it will hold up to a lot of tug and pull but for the price of these cables, YOU CAN'T GO WRONG!
Pro Co EXM-25 Excellines Microphone Cable - 25'
Great cables quality, looks and works great. As always, quick shipping and service from Zack Neels and Sweetwater crew.
They work as expected.
Best Mic Cable Design
I am a sound guy and do indoor and outdoor gigs all summer long. I have to run dozens of these cables every time. After years of doing this I have found that the design of the connectors in this type of cable is far superior to cone shaped cables. (no black band on the female end. I bought a dozen of the other type for the 2012 season and 80% of them failed during that year. The cables of this type that I bought 5 years ago are still going strong. My experience is that these cables generally fail at the connector and the cone type doesn't hold up. The design of the female end is also a much tighter connection to a mic or other device which never requires tape to keep it held in place securely. Well worth a few dollars more.
More cables = better
They're cables. For the most part the work of they don't. These are just fine, and I expect they will last for a good long while.
Pro Co Cables
These cables are priced right and well constructed .
Seems to be holding up so far, but it seems a little shy on the size of conductors used in the cable. Connectors are great , but I'm not sure how long it will hold up under the amount of gigs I do.