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ENOVA XLR Female to 1/4″ Balanced Cable

Enova’s exciting new XLR to 1/4″ Jack 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 metal ENOVA XLR and 1/4″ Jack connectors are made with strain relief and a cable kink protection boot for a clean cable outlet.
These professionally assembled microphone /Line 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 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.
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, 1/4 Jack, 1/4 Jack 3 pol
Cable type: XLR female – 1/4″ Plug
Number of contacts: 3
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°
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