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Audio-Technica AT8314 Premium Microphone Cable (20', Black)

BH #AUAT831420 • MFR #AT8314-20
Audio-Technica AT8314 Premium Microphone Cable (20', Black)
Key Features
  • XLR-M to XLR-F Connectors
  • Wired for Low-Impedance Signal
  • Dual copper Outer Shields
  • Twin Conductive PVC Inner Shields
The 20' black 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 20' black 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: 042005501205

Audio-Technica AT8314 Specs

Connector 1
1x XLR 3-Pin Female
Connector 2
1x XLR 3-Pin Male
Cable Length
20' / 6.1 m
Connector Brand
Neutrik
Wire Gauge
24 AWG
Shielded
Yes
Color
Black
Packaging Info
Package Weight
0.835 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
11.5 x 8.95 x 1.8"

Audio-Technica AT8314 Reviews

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Does it coil easily?

Does it coil easily?
Asked by: Dan
When wrapped properly, this cable is easily manageable with minimal tangling issues.
Answered by: Daniel
Date published: 2020-09-22

Can I use this cable on the BP40?

Can I use this cable on the BP40?
Asked by: Enrique
Yes, the Audio-Technica AT8314 Premium Right-Angle Microphone Cable is a standard XLR cable which can be used with the Audio-Technica BP40 or any other 3-pin XLR microphone.
Answered by: calvinm
Date published: 2023-10-09

Can this be used to phatom power an XLR ...

Can this be used to phatom power an XLR microphone (Sennheiser MKE 600) to a preamp or recorder (Zoom H5)?
Asked by: Eric
Although it does not provide power itself, the Audio-Technica AT8314 Premium Microphone Cable can surely be used to pass phantom power from an XLR microphone preamp input connection such as those found on the Zoom H5 Handy Recorder to a connected condenser microphone like the Sennheiser MKE 600 Shotgun Microphone.
Answered by: Matt Z
Date published: 2022-06-26

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Do you know what is 6 ft., Microphone Cable ?
Asked by: Anonymous
Audio-Technica AT8314 Premium Microphone Cable - 6' (1.83m) B&H # AUAT83146
Answered by: Mark S.
Date published: 2018-08-27

question

If I'm going from a soundboard to a XLR input on a camera can I use these cables and do I have to worry about impedance? There were a note that these are low impedance cable.. Thanks!!
Asked by: Herman H.
This cables native impedance will be suitable for your application. There are no impedance issues.
Answered by: Mark S.
Date published: 2018-08-28

question

What does wired for low impedance mean? Are these wired out of phase? Please explain what wired for low impedance microphone means.
Asked by: Michael M.
There are many different styles of microphones for many different applications. Live, studio, drum, etc. All microphones are not made equally nor to have the same performance output. Therefore, microphone manufactures will produce different microphones including low impedance, in other words, those that operate using lower power and less interference from outside devices to reduce noise. Every electrical and mechanical product produces a little noise. the larger the device, usually, the larger amount of noise. Microphones are no different, especially when plugged into an amplified device. You want cables that do not transfer this noise or at least as little as possible. I hope that this helps.
Answered by: Jon P.
Date published: 2020-10-22

question

What is the operating temperature range? Is this cable good for in-wall/in-ceiling installation?
Asked by: David
We use these cables for events, so mainly we run them on the ground or string them up for a few hours and then take them down. On some accessions we've ran a few in the ceiling, but the ambient temperature is no more that 100F.I have had 1 or 2 cables warp due to direct heat greater than 120F.
Answered by: Mike D.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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