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Canare L-4E6S Star Quad XLRM to XLRF Microphone Cable - 15' (Green)

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Product Highlights
  • Braided Copper Shield
  • Flexible in Extreme Cold Weather
  • 4-Conductor Style Construction
  • Irradiated Polyethylene Insulation
  • Designed for Handheld Mic Applications
  • Reduced Handling Noise
  • Rejects EMI and RFI
  • 21 AWG Wire

The green, 15' L-4E6S Star Quad XLRM to XLRF Microphone Cable from Canare is especially designed for handheld microphone applications in live sound, rehearsals and other situations. In addition to mic-level signals, the cable can also be used to carry line-level signals such as for connecting your mixer to power amps.

The L-4E6S Star Quad cable features a 4-conductor design that is engineered to substantially reduce vulnerability to electromagnetic and radio frequency interference when compared with 2-conductor cables. It uses 21 AWG copper wire which features cross-linked, flexible irradiated polyethylene insulation, which is designed to maintain maximum frequency response and to be more heat resistant than ordinary polyethylene. It also utilizes braided copper shielding which is designed for greater noise rejection and durability than spiral shielding.

The cable also includes cotton filler which is in place to help to cut down handling noise. This can be beneficial in handheld microphone applications in which the cable may be subject to a substantial amount of movement.

Cross-linked PE insulation for flexibility even at low temperatures
Cable Type XLR Microphone Cable
Shielding >95% TAC Braid
Nominal O.D .236" (6 mm)
Jacket .044" (1.12 mm), PVC
Conductors 4
Insulation IPE 15.7
Conductor AWG AC - #24, 40/3.15, 310, #21
Pitch Twist Quad .79" (20 mm)
Conductor DCR <29.9 ohm/1000 ft (<9.8 ohm/100 m)
Shield DCR <9.1 ohm/1000 ft (<3.0 ohm/100 m)
Nominal Capacitance 46 pF/ft (150 pF/m),Capacitance Between Twin Blue and Twin White Conductors
57 pF/ft(185 pF/m), Capacitance Between Conductors to Shield
Nominal Impedance 44 ohm
Nominal Attenuation 0.9 V/1000 ft (0.3 V/100 m)
Group Delay Time 1.80 nS/ft (5.9 nS/m)
Connector 1 XLRM
Connector 2 XLRF
Length 15' (4.6 m)
Canare L-4E6S Star Quad XLRM to XLRF Microphone Cable - 15' (Green)
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    5.0

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        5.0

        Good quality cable

        By burningyen

        from NYC

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        Pros

        • Flexible
        • Quiet

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Amateur Recording
          • Events
          • Home Studio
          • Performances
          • Professional Recording

          Comments about Canare L-4E6S Star Quad XLRM to XLRF Microphone Cable - 15' (Green):

          I use this cable to connect my Kemper Profiler to my powered monitor at rehearsals and gigs. The color helps troubleshoot any sound issues and keeps my accessories bag from looking like it's filled with one mile-long black cable. I haven't had the cable for very long, but so far I'm impressed with the quality, flexibility and noise resistance of this cable. Only time will tell if it's truly durable, but I'm giving it 5 stars for now.

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          5.0

          Quality XLR Cables

          By Gottfried von Sonnenbaum

          from Melbourne, FL

          About Me Novice

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          Pros

          • Clear Sound
          • Durable
          • Lightweight

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • Professional Recording

            Comments about Canare L-4E6S Star Quad XLRM to XLRF Microphone Cable - 15' (Green):

            I purchased these on the advice of a book on audio for video, and am very pleased. They are well-made, and I like the green color. This cable performed flawlessly during a long outdoor shoot.

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            5.0

            Quality XLR Cabling

            By Gottfried von Sonnenbaum

            from Melbourne, FL

            About Me Novice

            Verified Buyer

            Pros

            • Clear Sound
            • Durable

            Cons

              Best Uses

              • Professional Recording

              Comments about Canare L-4E6S Star Quad XLRM to XLRF Microphone Cable - 15' (Green):

              This is quality XLR cabling that I'm primarily using in connection with making a film. Frankly, I bought Star-Quad on the advice of a book on Sound Recording for Filmmakers. I can say that I'm entirely satisfied with the quality of the product.

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