AxcessAbles Audio 1/4-Inch TRS Male to XLR Male Multi-Colored Speaker Cable Pack w/ Metal Connectors (6ft - 6 Pack)


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1/4-inch (6.35mm) TRS Male to Male XLR Balanced Stereo Multicolored Instrument and Auxiliary Cables

A 1/4-inch (6.35mm) TRS balanced male cable to a male XLR cable can be used for the following purposes:

  1. Audio Signal Transmission: This cable configuration is commonly used to connect balanced audio devices, such as professional microphones, mixing consoles, and audio interfaces. The balanced connection helps to reduce noise and interference, providing a cleaner audio signal.
  2. Studio and Live Sound Applications: In music production and live sound settings, this cable is often used to connect microphones, instrument outputs, or other balanced audio sources to the inputs of mixing consoles, audio interfaces, or PA systems.
  3. Analog Audio Interfacing: The TRS to XLR cable allows you to connect balanced analog audio equipment, such as professional audio gear or high-end musical instruments, to various input/output interfaces.
  4. Instrument Connections: Guitarists and bassists may use this cable to connect their instruments to amplifiers, effect pedals, or audio interfaces in a studio or live setting.
  5. Unbalanced to Balanced Conversion: The TRS to XLR cable can be used to convert an unbalanced audio signal (typically found in consumer-grade equipment) to a balanced signal, which is more suitable for longer cable runs and professional audio setups.
  6. Microphone Connections: Condenser microphones and other professional-grade microphones often have XLR connectors. This cable allows you to connect these microphones to audio interfaces or mixing consoles with 1/4-inch (6.35mm) balanced inputs.
  7. Patch Bay Connections: In studio environments, the TRS to XLR cable can be used to patch audio signals between different pieces of equipment, such as connecting a mixer output to a power amplifier input or routing signals through a patch bay.

It's important to note that the directionality of the connection (male TRS to male XLR) is crucial, as it ensures the proper signal flow and connectivity between the devices. This configuration is commonly used in professional audio setups where the male XLR connector is required to interface with specific equipment.