Kopul Premier Quad Pro 5000 Series XLR M to XLR F Mic Cable, 20' (6.1m) (Black), 3-Pack

BH #KOM50203K • MFR #M5020-3K
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Kopul Premier Quad Pro 5000 Series XLR M to XLR F Mic Cable, 20' (6.1m) (Black), 3-Pack
Key Features
  • 3x 20' XLR Cables
  • 24 AWG OFC Copper Wire
  • Quad Oxygen-Free Copper Conductors
  • 99% Braided TAC Shield
The Kopul Premier Quad Pro 5000 Series Cable Kit from B&H are studio and broadcast-quality 4-conductor precision engineered cables for connecting devices such as mics, mixers, preamps, audio interfaces, and more. The cable kit includes three 20' (6.1m) cables that can also be used for other applications where XLR connectivity is required. Premier Quad Pro 5000 Series cables are ideal for use in the most demanding studio, touring, and broadcast applications.
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Kopul M5020-3K Overview

The Kopul Premier Quad Pro 5000 Series Cable Kit from B&H are studio and broadcast-quality 4-conductor precision engineered cables for connecting devices such as mics, mixers, preamps, audio interfaces, and more. The cable kit includes three 20' (6.1m) cables that can also be used for other applications where XLR connectivity is required. Premier Quad Pro 5000 Series cables are ideal for use in the most demanding studio, touring, and broadcast applications.

Precision-engineered twisted quad-conductor design
2cm pitch twist length for greater induced noise reduction
99% tinned copper braided shield for long-lasting protection against RFI and EMI
Ultra-low capacitance for accurate signal reproduction
Cotton yarn to reduce electrostatic and microphonic noise
Shrink-wrapped solder points for extra protection
Ideal for broadcast and audio professionals
UPC: 847628558465

Kopul M5020-3K Specs

Connector 13-Pin XLR Male
Connector 23-Pin XLR Female
Cable Length20' / 6.1 m
Outer Diameter0.236" / 6 mm
Shielding99% Tinned-Annealed Copper (TAC) Braid
Conductor MaterialOxygen-Free Copper (OFC)
Number of Conductors4
Wire Gauge24 AWG
Contact PlatingGold
Jacket TypePolyvinyl Chloride (PVC)
Insulation TypePolyethylene
Nominal Impedance44 Ohms
Conductor DC Resistance0.082 Ohms/ft (Up to 3' / 1 m)
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.865 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)10.95 x 8.8 x 1.4"
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is it balanced?
Asked by: Anonymous
Yes, the Premier Quad Pro 5000 Series XLR M to XLR F Microphone Cable is balanced.
Answered by: Gradus Support
Date published: 2019-07-15

will this work with phantom power?

will this work with phantom power?
Asked by: Minion
Yes. Kopul Premier Quad Pro 5000 cables can be used for any audio applications including those that require phantom power.
Answered by: Lisa
Date published: 2020-10-22

question

What would be the best length for an XLR cable if one were to use it on a 10 ft boompole?
Asked by: Edward
For use externally with poles that can extend to 10 ft. we generally recommend a 20 foot cable. This will accommodate most setups and applications.
Answered by: Jeff P.
Date published: 2021-05-10

is this balanced?

is this balanced?
Asked by: Juan
Yes, the Premier Quad Pro 5000 Series XLR M to XLR F Microphone Cable is balanced.
Answered by: Gradus Support
Date published: 2019-07-16

question

Hey are Kopul XLR cables made in China? If not, does anyone know where they are made? I know the Neutrik connectors come from the EU. Thanks.
Asked by: Tim C.
Currently this cable is built in China.
Answered by: Mark S.
Date published: 2018-08-28

Reduce noise

Reduce noise
Asked by: Sam
No, microphone cables do not reduce noise. Better mic cables, like this one, will not add as much noise as lesser cables.
Answered by: John
Date published: 2020-05-28

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Does it have 4 x 24 Gauge conductors or do the pairs of braids equal 2 x 24 gauge?
Asked by: Jeremy
The specification indicates 4 conductors as 2 twisted pairs. I actually opened one of the connector shells and can verify that there are 4 conductors plus the shield. I cannot verify if they are twisted or the gauge without destroying the connection.
Answered by: Alan S.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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