The Cable Up Premium line of microphone cables has been rebuilt to improve overall performance and durability. These low-capacitance, high-bandwidth cables feature neoprene jackets with a high strand count of oxygen-free copper and a 22 AWG braided shield. This combination gives these cables analog audio capabilities while allowing them to withstand harsh environments. XLR cables are now terminated with Amphenol AX Series connectors. The cables are RoHS compliant and can be purchased in 1' - 200' lengths, as well as in 500' bulk spools. Cable Up Industrial line microphone cables feature PVC jackets and are manufactured with a high-performance, 22 AWG braided shield and soldered XLR connectors fitted with gold-plated contacts for reliable professional use. These cables provide high bandwidth and low capacitance. They are available in 12 sizes from 1' to 100'.
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