For an XLR microphone cable that won't let you down, look no further than a high-quality cable from Pro Co! For years, Pro Co microphone cables have been the choice of professional studios and live sound engineers worldwide. Whether you're connecting a mic to your favorite preamp, or patching together a rack full of gear, Pro Co has the sound quality you need with performance you can count on. Call Sweetwater today to find the right Pro Co XLR cable for your application!
Pro Co 10' XLR Microphone Cable at a Glance:
- Smart cable design
- Neutrik connectors
- Lifetime warranty
Smart cable design
Pro Co's XLR cables use oxygen-free wire and substantial spiral shielding for optimum signal quality. Pro Co cables have the sound quality you need in your recording studio, with the durability that stage use demands.
All Pro Co microphone cables use industry-standard Neutrik connectors for reliable connections everytime. These metal connectors are built to last, and eliminate cord problems due to damaged cable connectors.
Guaranteed for Life!
All Pro Co Sound brand cables carry a limited lifetime warranty to the original purchaser against defects in materials and workmanship.
Pro Co 10' XLR Microphone Cable Features:
- Type: Balanced mic/patch cable, Male XLR to Female XLR
- Length: 10'
- Metal Neutrik connectors for reliability
- Exceptional shielding and construction
- Lifetime replacement warranty through Pro Co!
- Made in the USA
Trust your audio to the dependability of Pro Co XLR microphone cables!
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