Hosa XLR-807 - 7 Meter

8-channel Snake, XLR Male-XLR Female, 23.1' Long
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Hosa cables are built with the hard-working, hard-touring musician or audio professional in mind. Hosa cables are exceedingly popular, due in part to their reputation as being one of the most affordable and high-quality cable lines in the business. Hosa cables have also received praise for their durability and excellent performance. When it comes to audio cable design, Hosa keeps a steady eye on the basics, and you can hear this attention to detail in their sound. To make your next music experience extraordinary, pick up a Hosa cable today!

All Hosa cables and adapters, including hard-wired stage snakes and stage boxes, purchased in the USA are warranted by Hosa Technology, Inc. to be free of defects in material and workmanship for the lifetime of the original purchaser.

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Tech Specs

Channels 8
Connector 1 XLR Male
Connector 2 XLR Female
Length 23.1'
Balanced Yes
Manufacturer Part Number XLR-807

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5/5

Great Value

When I decided to re-cable my studio's drum mics, I resigned myself to reusing individual XLR's to conserve funds. Boy, was I surprised to find a 7 meter HOSA for a price that I could not only afford, but couldn't resist. This sucker's built TOUGH, and really tidied up my room. I've come to expect nothing less from Sweetwater, which is why I've been a customer since the mid 90's.
Music background: Project Studio Engineer
4.5/5

This snake is very useful for recording our band.

The snake works well, to run all mic signals to my recorder. Less clutter of wires.it also saves setup time.
Music background: Semi pro musician
See also: Hosa, Hosa Snakes: XLR to XLR