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CBI MLC LowZ XLR Male to XLR Female Microphone Cable, 20 Feet 1-Pack

(18 customer reviews)

Microphone cable for studio recording and live sound
High-quality XLR male and female connectors; 3-pin XLR male to XLR female
Protective metal housing; flexible PVC jacket with 6.0mm outer diameter
All copper conductors and inner copper spiral shielding; shielded cable reduces interference and excess noise

$36.08

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The CBI MLC Cables are built to last and priced to save you big money! An excellent Low-Z microphone cable, the CBI MLC offers high quality XLR male and female connectors and is compatible with any XLR connection-microphones, mixers, recorders. ..or anywhere else you need a high quality XLR connection.

Specification: CBI MLC LowZ XLR Male to XLR Female Microphone Cable, 20 Feet 1-Pack

Weight 10.2 lbs
Dimensions 7 × 7 × 1 in

18 reviews for CBI MLC LowZ XLR Male to XLR Female Microphone Cable, 20 Feet 1-Pack

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  1. Kamel

    ***UPDATE*** This cord has unexpectedly failed after 3 years of very light indoor studio use. The one I compared it to was the Pyle, and it is still working. I don’t know if this is because it got used more or not, but considering how light my usage was I did decide to knock a star off – primarily because the other XLR cords I got all still work and they are also inexpensive. Not trying to be too hard on the little guy, I know I can’t expect much for $5, but hey when your competition is doing better than you, that means you have room to grow. It was a bit sudden, I actually thought it was my mic or soundboard so I was very pleased when I discovered it was just the XLR cord that had gone out. There was no warning, and it didn’t seem to matter the amount of twisting I tried to do to get static or anything out of it. This was with a phantom powered mic tho, so maybe with a passive mic I would have gotten some static or something. ***END*** I got this XLR cord along with a second one that was similarly priced. I didn’t know which to get, needed 2, and figured I would take the opportunity to figure out which is better. The other cord I got was the Pyle PPFMXLR15 15 Feet XLR Male to XLR Female Microphone Cable. This cord is longer, and the cord and connectors seem to be more durable and stout. I also have noticed it seems to stay latched in better than the Pyle cord. Overall this cord in every way was a better cord, but it’s still a budget XLR cord. The ends don’t look serviceable if they develop a short/open, and the cord isn’t quite as thick or lay as flat as my expensive cords. That’s to be expected though. This works exceptionally well for booming which is why I got it.Read more

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  2. Jade

    This cable lost a screw after only a few months of light use. The screws are very short and fall out easily, evidently. The cable entirely stopped functioning once it lost the screw. The cord itself is sturdy, but the parts that connect the plugs to the cable are just sort of thick plastic. You should spend the extra few bucks for a higher quality cable like a Shure brand cable.Read more

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  3. RH

    One day I was plugging this cable into my pa to my microphone, and it would not work, the signal would only work when the cable was at a certain angle, similar to when a phone cable does not want to charge your phone. For the money, you are better off getting a more expensive but higher quality cable that you can return no questions asked. I recommend going to your local music store and asking for a good XLR cable that is durable and reliable instead of buying a more affordable one that can break easily like this oneRead more

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  4. Michael Anderson

    This is a cheap, 20ft cable. I can tell this wont last long. Music major with band experience, I also have been hosting an open mic for 5 years now. I’ve had to replace a lot of equipment due to ‘user error’. And many cables connectors have the same issue this one has. Tiny cheap metal screws that are short, to hold the entire structure together. The wiring is plain and simple (this is a good thing), I put some super glue into the structure to help keep it together over the long haul. I wont be surprised if I have to buy a replacement immediately after any and all factory/manufacturer/amazon warranties expire. If you are in a pinch for $$, like I was when I made this purchase. You wont be disappointed at the $ to quality value of this product. It is hard to find a better price for this length anywhere online. I’m sure a 2nd hand store or music store going out of business would have it cheaper and better made, but those are hard to find. As music stores are going the way of specialized product support, as places like Amazon and musicians friend take over their business. Cheap and likely, Chinese made.Read more

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  5. Thea Ellie

    Have two of these, one running from my BM32 condenser mic to my Behrenger phantom power box, and from phantom power to my Scarlet Solo input processor. The quality of the materials used are pretty close to my OEM Shure mic cable. The length is wonderful, plenty to work with. Holds shape when wound without need for a cable wrap. Not too heavy and not too light in weight. Does not feel cheap. I will most definitely buy more of these again.Read more

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  6. Armatrix

    muy buen producto relación calidad precio, quizá no sea de alta calidad pero te saca de apuros.Read more

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  7. David Lozano

    Compré este cable por su precio y por la longitud del mismo. La calidad del cable me decepcionó un poco, no se nota muy resistente. Lo recomiendo para uso en interiores.Read more

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  8. WannaDJ

    Tuve que cancelar la compra porque nunca me llegó.Read more

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  9. Alexis F.

    Me gustó bastante, tiene buen tamaño podría mejorar en el material pero para el precio es perfectoRead more

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  10. Kamel

    ***UPDATE*** This cord has unexpectedly failed after 3 years of very light indoor studio use. The one I compared it to was the Pyle, and it is still working. I don’t know if this is because it got used more or not, but considering how light my usage was I did decide to knock a star off – primarily because the other XLR cords I got all still work and they are also inexpensive. Not trying to be too hard on the little guy, I know I can’t expect much for $5, but hey when your competition is doing better than you, that means you have room to grow. It was a bit sudden, I actually thought it was my mic or soundboard so I was very pleased when I discovered it was just the XLR cord that had gone out. There was no warning, and it didn’t seem to matter the amount of twisting I tried to do to get static or anything out of it. This was with a phantom powered mic tho, so maybe with a passive mic I would have gotten some static or something. ***END*** I got this XLR cord along with a second one that was similarly priced. I didn’t know which to get, needed 2, and figured I would take the opportunity to figure out which is better. The other cord I got was the Pyle PPFMXLR15 15 Feet XLR Male to XLR Female Microphone Cable. This cord is longer, and the cord and connectors seem to be more durable and stout. I also have noticed it seems to stay latched in better than the Pyle cord. Overall this cord in every way was a better cord, but it’s still a budget XLR cord. The ends don’t look serviceable if they develop a short/open, and the cord isn’t quite as thick or lay as flat as my expensive cords. That’s to be expected though. This works exceptionally well for booming which is why I got it.Read more

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  11. Jade

    This cable lost a screw after only a few months of light use. The screws are very short and fall out easily, evidently. The cable entirely stopped functioning once it lost the screw. The cord itself is sturdy, but the parts that connect the plugs to the cable are just sort of thick plastic. You should spend the extra few bucks for a higher quality cable like a Shure brand cable.Read more

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  12. RH

    One day I was plugging this cable into my pa to my microphone, and it would not work, the signal would only work when the cable was at a certain angle, similar to when a phone cable does not want to charge your phone. For the money, you are better off getting a more expensive but higher quality cable that you can return no questions asked. I recommend going to your local music store and asking for a good XLR cable that is durable and reliable instead of buying a more affordable one that can break easily like this oneRead more

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  13. Michael Anderson

    This is a cheap, 20ft cable. I can tell this wont last long. Music major with band experience, I also have been hosting an open mic for 5 years now. I’ve had to replace a lot of equipment due to ‘user error’. And many cables connectors have the same issue this one has. Tiny cheap metal screws that are short, to hold the entire structure together. The wiring is plain and simple (this is a good thing), I put some super glue into the structure to help keep it together over the long haul. I wont be surprised if I have to buy a replacement immediately after any and all factory/manufacturer/amazon warranties expire. If you are in a pinch for $$, like I was when I made this purchase. You wont be disappointed at the $ to quality value of this product. It is hard to find a better price for this length anywhere online. I’m sure a 2nd hand store or music store going out of business would have it cheaper and better made, but those are hard to find. As music stores are going the way of specialized product support, as places like Amazon and musicians friend take over their business. Cheap and likely, Chinese made.Read more

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  14. Thea Ellie

    Have two of these, one running from my BM32 condenser mic to my Behrenger phantom power box, and from phantom power to my Scarlet Solo input processor. The quality of the materials used are pretty close to my OEM Shure mic cable. The length is wonderful, plenty to work with. Holds shape when wound without need for a cable wrap. Not too heavy and not too light in weight. Does not feel cheap. I will most definitely buy more of these again.Read more

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  15. Armatrix

    muy buen producto relación calidad precio, quizá no sea de alta calidad pero te saca de apuros.Read more

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  16. David Lozano

    Compré este cable por su precio y por la longitud del mismo. La calidad del cable me decepcionó un poco, no se nota muy resistente. Lo recomiendo para uso en interiores.Read more

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  17. WannaDJ

    Tuve que cancelar la compra porque nunca me llegó.Read more

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  18. Alexis F.

    Me gustó bastante, tiene buen tamaño podría mejorar en el material pero para el precio es perfectoRead more

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