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Audio-Technica AT8314 Premium Microphone Cable - 10' (3m)

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Audio-Technica AT8314 Premium Microphone Cable - 10' (3m)
Key Features
  • XLR-M to XLR-F Connectors
  • Wired for Low-Impedance Signal
  • Dual copper Outer Shields
  • Twin Conductive PVC Inner Shields
The Audio-Technica AT8314 Premium Microphone Cable features professional XLR-male to XLR-female Neutrik connectors and is designed specifically for low-impedance microphone signals. The cable is sure to deliver maximum signal transfer and minimum loss due to a combination of its heavy-duty construction, inner and outer protective RF shielding and heavy-duty 24-gauge stranded copper conductors.
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Audio-Technica AT8314 Overview

The Audio-Technica AT8314 Premium Microphone Cable features professional XLR-male to XLR-female Neutrik connectors and is designed specifically for low-impedance microphone signals. The cable is sure to deliver maximum signal transfer and minimum loss due to a combination of its heavy-duty construction, inner and outer protective RF shielding and heavy-duty 24-gauge stranded copper conductors.

Note:
The Audio-Technica AT8314 Premium Microphone Cables are intended for low-impedance microphone use. Use only AT8314 series (or like wired) cables when extending multiple XLR cables to avoid phasing issues, signal cancellation and other artifacts.
Dual copper outer shields and twin conductive PVC inner shields protect cable signal quality with 100% coverage
Professional Neutrik connectors ensure superior signal integrity and outstanding strain relief
Heavy-duty PVC jacket stands up to tough use
Heavy-duty 24-gauge stranded copper conductors offer optimal signal transfer
Extra flexibility and low memory for ease of use/storage
UPC: 042005501106

Audio-Technica AT8314 Specs

Cable Length10' / 3 m
Wire Gauge24 AWG
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.535 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)9.95 x 9.35 x 1.1"
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