ENOVA XLR Female to XLR Male Microphone Cable

Enova’s exciting new XLR to XLR premade cables, come in a range of sizes from .5m to 10m and are built to last.

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Product Description

High-quality ENOVA XLR metal connectors are made with strain relief and a cable kink protection boot for a clean cable outlet.
These professionally assembled microphone cables with additional insulation over each conductor at the solder contact. The hand-made products are delivered with a 100% functionality check.
The cable is designed for symmetrical audio connections for analogue and digital AES / EBU signals suitable up to 200 m.
The cable diameter is 6.5 mm. The outer jacket is flexible and robust and black.
The conductor cross-section is 2 x 0.22 mm² (AWG 24 with 7x 0.20 mm strands) The conductors were produced with high-quality OFC (Oxygen Free Copper) copper cables.
The conductor insulation is made of FPE material and is marked in blue and red. Flexible PolyEster (FPE) is a high-tech material that combines various properties such as strength, flexibility and temperature resistance in one material.
The microphone cable is shielded by a spiral shield.
The ENOVA DMX cable is suitable as a flexible and mobile activity cable.
Cond. D.C.R. Ohm / 1km <80
Shield D.C.R Ohm / 1km <30
Nom cap (pF / m) between conductors 52
Working temperature minus 20 ° C to plus 60 ° C.

Series: A1-Series
Version (Plug / Chassis): Cable Version
Connector type: XLR, XLR female 3 pol, XLR male 3 pol
Cable type: XLR female – male
Number of contacts: 3
Gender (M / F): Kabel female auf male
Cable surface color: Black
Cable length: 1 meters
Cable diameter: Ø 6.5 mm
Wire size: Ø 24 AWG 0.22 mm
Working temperature minimum: -20°
Working temperature maximum: +60°

Additional Information

Cable Sizes

.5m, 1m, 3m, 5m, 10m

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