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Mogami Gold XLRF to Mini Adapter Cable
Mogami Gold XLRF to Mini Adapter Cable
 
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Mogami Gold XLRF to Mini Adapter Cable (18 Inches)

Mogami Gold XLRF to Mini Adapter Cable (18 Inches)

Mogami Gold XLRF to Mini Adapter Cable (18 Inches) Details

Mogami Gold XLRF to Mini Adapter Cable (18 Inches) is a 1/4" TRS to female XLR balanced line cable wired with Neglex Quad cable. Terminated with gold connector, Mogami Gold XLRF to Mini Adapter Cable (18 Inches) is the finest cable you can buy for neutral tone and noise rejection. Extremely popular for powered speakers. Mogami Gold XLRF to Mini Adapter Cable (18 Inches) is undeniably the standard in Music Recording and Post Production facilities worldwide.


Mogami Gold XLRF to Mini Adapter Cable (18 Inches) Features


  • Famous for neutral tone, remarkable detail and noise-free background
  • Assembled with top quality gold contact TRS and XLRF connectors
  • Super-flexible handling ease
  • Lifetime warranty

Mogami Gold XLRF to Mini Adapter Cable (18 Inches) Specifications


  • Manufacturer: Mogami
  • Product: Gold XLRF to Mini Adapter Cable
  • Category: Accessory
  • Length: 18 Inch / 1.5 foot

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Mogami adapter cable December 21, 2010
Reviewer: Stuart Miller from York, PA United States  
Works as advertised.

In practice the cable length is much too short (18 inches). I would have preferred a three-foot minimum length (especially for the high price paid for said item) but it wasn't available in a three-foot length.

A longer length would have meant more rating stars. Eighteen-inch length is not too practical, as it turns out.

I purchased a Pro-Co equivalent at the same time (only much longer length, and less expensive) and I'm using the Pro-Co cable most of the time, with the Mogami as a back-up.


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