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pro snake TPA 1003 FJ

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Professional Adapter Cable

  • XLR female - stereo jack male
  • Black metal plug with gold-plated contacts
  • Length 0.3 metres
available since April 2011
Item number 259701
£4.22
Including VAT; Excluding £8 shipping
In stock within 5-7 weeks
In stock within 5-7 weeks

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Good Quality Lifesaver
Anonymous 06.09.2016
This cable has come in handy on many occasions, for example when plugging synthesizers with XLR outputs into balanced jack patchbays/soundcards and converting the outputs of an RME Babyface when no XLR input is available on the other end.

The build quality is excellent and I recommend getting a set of these and also the other model (1003 MJ) with male XLR for two way flexibility. Also, these are much nicer than single-piece adapters which stick too far out of equipment and can easily break inputs/outputs.
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Bought 4, 1 broke after 1 week
bvaes 20.04.2021
I bought 4 and use them to easily connect XLR cables to my patchbay. After one week, one of them broke. One of the solder joints on the XLR connector came loose. It's an easy fix if you can fix cables, but just beware and don't put too much strain on these cables because there is no real strain relief system on these connections.
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Useful cable
MilesM 29.03.2015
Inexpensive, useful cable for connecting balanced signals. Can never have too many of these types of cable around. Particularly useful as the terminals both unscrew so they can be easily repaired with a bit of solder know-how in case they break .

Perhaps not the hardiest of cables but great for home studio use.
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SillyGirdle 08.04.2020
To be clear. This is NOT the same quality as other more expensive patches and adaptors. But I bought them to have as a backup to get me out of problems and be able to finish my gig. And the do exactly that.
If I'd need something top quality for studio jobs I would choose other adaptors or make my own.

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