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Hosa Technology STX803F 8-Channel Stereo Male 1/4" Phone to Female 3-Pin XLR Snake Cable - 9.9' (3 m)

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The Hosa STX803F is a 9.9' (3 m) 8-channel stereo male 1/4" phone to female 3-pin XLR snake cable for audio production applications.

Hosa Technology STX803F 8-Channel Stereo Male 1/4" Phone to Female 3-Pin XLR Snake Cable - 9.9' (3 m)
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    Hosa TechnologySTX803F 8-Channel 1/4" Phone to 3-Pin XLR Snake Cable - 9.9' (3 m)
     
    4.3

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    5.0

    Good for the Money

    By texascrawfish

    from Tyler, Texas

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        Comments about Hosa Technology STX803F 8-Channel 1/4" Phone to 3-Pin XLR Snake Cable - 9.9' (3 m):

        If you're working with mic level, you can spend as fortune on these kinds of snakes. I needed it to run out of a 24 track MCI recorder into a console so the Hosa is great for this job!

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        • Business
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        4.0

        good stuff

        By Soundcrafter

        from Central Texas

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            Comments about Hosa Technology STX803F 8-Channel 1/4" Phone to 3-Pin XLR Snake Cable - 9.9' (3 m):

            Very fast shipment, decent quality cable and the best price around. I have used hosa cables for many years and have had no failures.

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            • Business
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            4.0

            Good for the money

            By jk

            from San Francisco, CA

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            • Easy To Use
            • Functional
            • Good Quality
            • Price

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            • Studio installation

            Comments about Hosa Technology STX803F 8-Channel 1/4" Phone to 3-Pin XLR Snake Cable - 9.9' (3 m):

            I had been postponing hooking up my studio properly due to the cost of buying the proper cabling. Im an instructor at a recording school and about 90% of our studios are setup with Hosa cables. Other than a couple bad connectors (probably due to constant connecting/unconnecting but were replaced free of charge through Hosa), I havent had any bad experiences with Hosa cables. Definitely a great buy, for the money.

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            4.0

            Good Quality Snake!

            By Chris the Sound Engineer

            from Fitzgerald, GA

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              Comments about Hosa Technology STX803F 8-Channel 1/4" Phone to 3-Pin XLR Snake Cable - 9.9' (3 m):

              I use this product at a church for connecting multiple wireless receivers to our sound board. Having an 8-channel snake cable cuts down on the wires and I have no loss in quality.

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