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Cable Techniques Low-Profile 3-Pin XLR-F to 3-Pin XLR-M Shortie Mic Jumper Cable (9")

BH #CACTLPSLX309 • MFR #CT-LP-SLX-3009
Cable Techniques Low-Profile 3-Pin XLR-F to 3-Pin XLR-M Shortie Mic Jumper Cable (9")
Key Features
  • Suitable for Mics Mounted on a Boompole
  • 2.8mm Mogami W3031 Cable
  • Low-Profile XLR-3F
  • Neutrik XX Series XLR-3M
The 9" Low-Profile 3-Pin XLR-F to 3-Pin XLR-M Shortie Mic Jumper Cable from Cable Techniques features a 2.8mm outer diameter Mogami W3031 cable, black caps, black shells, and gold pins. The XLR female's side-exit cable orientation is user-adjustable from 30 to 150°, and 210 to 330°. To help reduce profile, weight, and handling noise, this cable is suitable for shotgun microphones mounted on a boom.
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Cable Techniques CT-LP-SLX-3009 Overview

The 9" Low-Profile 3-Pin XLR-F to 3-Pin XLR-M Shortie Mic Jumper Cable from Cable Techniques features a 2.8mm outer diameter Mogami W3031 cable, black caps, black shells, and gold pins. The XLR female's side-exit cable orientation is user-adjustable from 30 to 150°, and 210 to 330°. To help reduce profile, weight, and handling noise, this cable is suitable for shotgun microphones mounted on a boom.

Cable Techniques CT-LP-SLX-3009 Specs

Connector 13-pin XLR female
Connector 23-pin XLR male, Neutrik XX series
Cable Length9" (23 cm)
Outer Diameter0.1" (2.8 mm)
ConstructionBlack shells with gold pins
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.2 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)5.9 x 4.5 x 0.6"

Cable Techniques CT-LP-SLX-3009 Reviews

Great cables - calm my nerves

By Malcolm
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2019-04-12

This is my third low profile cable from Cable Techniques, this one for my Rycote pistol grip. The first was for my MixPre 6,  the second for my FS5. These are the result of my possibly unnecessary nervousness over the length of a regular XLR connection and its leverage: I just dont like that extra length sticking out waiting for me to snag, which in my mind is sure to happen.  They dont affect the signal and I feel better. One bonus of having three is I now have three of the tiny allen keys needed to adjust the connector angle, because, of course, Im afraid of losing one when I really need it.

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