Bandridge Microphone Cable Stereo Double Shielded Black (priced per metre)

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About this product

Overview

Product overview

• Reel Deal - Half price when bought as a full reel (See below)
• Double-shielded stereo microphone cable for custom lengths shielding for interference free-sound• 99.96% OFC conductor for crystal-clear sound• Air foam PE insulation layer for purest sound transmission • Heavy-duty PVC Jacket

Purchasing information and Reel deal

This product is sold in units of 1 metre, up to a maximum length in 1 piece of 100 metres. Orders placed for a quantity of 100 units, or multiples of 100 units will be supplied on a reel; otherwise the cable will be supplied cut to length.

Specification

Specifications:
Conductors: 2
Stranded: 2 x 45 x 0.10 OFC
Screening: i Foil ii Braided
Sheath: Black
Overall dimensions: 6.3mm
Plug type: XLR

A cable I run from a mixer to the amp seems to be humming creating unwanted noise. the cable i use isn't shielded. Would a shielded cable maybe solve this problem?

Asked by: sam47
I am pleased to advise the product you mentioned will do exactly what you require.
Answered by: Dominic
Date published: 2015-11-12

Can you use this cable to make balanced interconnects?
Asked by: Brian Geddes
Yes the product does support that.
Answered by: JK
Date published: 2015-07-17

In reply to previous question the way to get rid of cross talk between the 2 cores is by using balanced cables. This is a mono balanced cable.
Asked by: Peter
Thanks for the feedback.
Answered by: DH
Date published: 2015-07-17

I bought a short length and couldn't see how it could overcome crosstalk between stereo channels as there was no screen between the red and white cores.
Asked by: Andrew Coulson
This is standard practice in these types of application. These should not generate any crosstalk.
Answered by: CB
Date published: 2015-07-17
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