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XLR Microphone Cables: StageMASTER 10 Ft. $6, 25 Ft. $10, 50 Ft $13 // 10 Ft D'Addario Planet Waves w/ Swivel Design $16.33 AC w/ Free In-Store Pickup And More

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Guitar Center [guitarcenter.com] has 3-Pack of Gear One 20 Ft. XLR Microphone Cables for $12.99 w/ Free In-Store Pickup. Valid until 3AM ET 2/11/19 or while supplies last.Shipping is Free on Orders of $25+

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Wow! What do you feel offers the best "bang for the buck" in the 20-25 foot range?
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Does having an XLR to aux cable reduce the sound quality you would otherwise get from an XLR?

Sorry I'm new to this
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I've been pretty happy with the planet waves xlr (non swivel) in the past but now I make my own cables with Mogami or Belden bulk cable and Neutrik xlr ends. I've spent more time repairing cheap xlr cables than I'd care to admit.

Regarding the question you're asking Grandmaster, a XLR to aux cable (I assume 1/4" or RCA) won't necessarily degrade quality but you'll run into issues if you have a level mismatch (eg: mic vs. line level inputs). Also XLR cables are balanced where some 1/4" cables are (and some not) and all RCA are not. I'm not exactly sure what you're asking though. Hope this helps.
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i been looking for cheap XLR.. ugh so mad i missed this!!
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I've been pretty happy with the planet waves xlr (non swivel) in the past but now I make my own cables with Mogami or Belden bulk cable and Neutrik xlr ends. I've spent more time repairing cheap xlr cables than I'd care to admit.

Regarding the question you're asking Grandmaster, a XLR to aux cable (I assume 1/4" or RCA) won't necessarily degrade quality but you'll run into issues if you have a level mismatch (eg: mic vs. line level inputs). Also XLR cables are balanced where some 1/4" cables are (and some not) and all RCA are not. I'm not exactly sure what you're asking though. Hope this helps.
how do u make XLR cables?
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