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Ambient Recording MK9 3-Pin XLR Female to 3-Pin XLR Male Microphone Cable (29.5', Black)

Ambient Recording
Ambient Recording MK9 3-Pin XLR Female to 3-Pin XLR Male Microphone Cable (29.5', Black)
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Ambient Recording MK9 Overview

The 29.5', black MK9 3-Pin XLR Female to 3-Pin XLR Male  Microphone Cable from Ambient Recording is extra thin and flexible, thus carrying less physical noise. Thanks to its polyurethane coating, it remains flexible in very low temperatures. The braided shield takes care of optimum protection from EM or HF interference.

Flexible microphone cable with braided screen
Non-crushable and break- and cold-resistant
Easy spooling and unspooling

Ambient Recording MK9 Specs

Cable Length29.5' / 9 m
Outer Diameter0.15" / 3.8 mm
ShieldingTinned-Annealed Copper (TAC) Braid
Insulation TypePolyurethane
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.65 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)6.1 x 4.6 x 1.3"

Ambient Recording MK9 Reviews

Great cable, but pricey.

By Scott
Rated 3 out of 5
Date: 2016-07-19

This cable was exactly what I was looking for (connecting to the bottom of a boom pole), however it seems extremely expensive for what it is. It's not especially thick and doesn't appear outwardly to be extraordinarily durable.

This thing is thin!

By Dan
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2013-08-30

Clearly, this is more suited for mic applications whereby your walking around while tethered. Still, the quality is superb and I don't hear any ground loop noise through the cable at all. The options available include heavily shielded cables but I believe that 'Ambient Recording' has been able to achieve something special here.

Very Thin - German Made Mic Cable

By Dan
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2013-08-08

This is a very well-made and extremely thin cable. Despite the lack of super-shielding, it actually reduced the line noise considerably from the stock cables I was using for my Electro-Voice RE20. Presumably, a cable like this would be used in a studio that's free of foot traffic, and in my case, I simply use it at my desk and it seems to be perfect.

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