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Pro Series XLR (Male) to 1/4 inch (Female) Adapter

Pro Series XLR (Male) to 1/4 inch (Female) Adapter (Photo )

Our new range of pro audio cabling, for those who want performance for a good price!

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Our new range of pro audio cabling, for those who want performance for a good price!

This Pro-Series XLR adapter is used to connect 1/4" cables, like those typically found on guitar leads & amps, to XLR cables. Featuring a rugged aluminium construction, hand soldered joins and silver plating this adapter is designed to do its job everytime, all the time!

Specifications:
- Cable Chick's 5 Year Product Warranty
- Connector A: Male XLR
- Connector B: Female 6.5mm Microphone/Guitar Jack
- Colour: Nickle Silver

Product Summary & Specifications
Product Code:
PRO-0515
Connector A:
XLR (Male)
Connector B:
1/4" Jack (Female)
Packaging:
Plastic Bag
Cable Type:
XLR / 6.5mm Adapter (Male to Female)

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