XLR to 1/4” TRS Stereo cables provide a reliable connection between speakers, amplifiers, and other audio devices. They are designed with high-quality copper conductors and shielding to reduce noise, and low impedance for superior signal transfer. The dual conductor is designed to reduce interference and the XLR 3 pin connector provides a balanced connection. This cable is perfect for connecting instruments such as electric guitar, drums, keyboards and studio monitors.
- High quality Copper conductors
- Low Impedance for superior signal transfer
- Dual Conductors to reduce interference
- Heavy duty XLR 3 Pin Connector for balanced connections
- Reliable sound quality over long distances
- Durable construction stands up against wear and tear from regular use
- Easy setup with no complicated installation required
- Allows different types of frequency signals to pass through clearly
Which Cable is Better for Audio Connections - XLR or 1/4 Inch TRS?
Both XLR and 1/4” TRS connectors are widely used for connecting audio equipment. The biggest difference between an XLR cable and a 1/4” TRS cable is that the XLR connection is capable of carrying both balanced audio signals while a 1/4” TRS connection can only carry unbalanced audio signals. Because of this, it is generally recommended to use an XLR connection when connecting equipment since it offers better protection against interference.