Balanced 3 conductor microphone cables (Neumann)
balanced 3 conductor microphonbe cables (Neumann)
|now also in bown color available (10802)|
double shielded (Reussen shield)
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|GAC-3 balanced 3 conductor||100 m||gray 10701
|GAC-3 balanced 3 conductor (5.8mm) new also in brown||100 m||black
How to wire 3-Conductor cables to XLR connectors:
3 Conductor cables 10701/10801 will best be wired/soldered as follows:
Each conductor to each Pin: Pin1= green plus shields, Pin2= brown (Signal+), Pin3= white (Signal -). Put each a few strands of each layer of the shields together with the green conductor to the ground Pin 1.
Cut away any spare strands from the shields and secure that no loose strands are hanging around. Use a shrinking tube to avoid short circuits. We do not recommend to put any ground to the body shell on either side of your XLR line. The connector shell will get to ground once plugged into a receptacle. The round construction of a 3 conductor cable will give many more moving cycles to your interconnect cable as the perfect round cable will distribute/allow any movement in any direction of the cables bending point at the connectors strain relief. This will give an extremely better (longer) lifespan of your cable.
RCA/Phono/Jack unbalanced wiring: Many clients use our 3 conductor perfect round cable also for unbalanced interconnects. In this case we recommend to only use 1 conductor (brown) for you signal and put all other wires or parts thereof to ground with the shields. This will increase your noise protection! However for unbalanced application we do have our perfect unbalanced wires 1001x, and 1000x.