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Choosing the right microphone cable is crucial whether you're recording music in the studio or performing live on stage. We provide an array of microphone cable types tailored to suit diverse device requirements and usage scenarios.
2pin Male To Male Microphone Cable
2x6.35 2pin Male To 2rca Male Microphone Cable
6.35 2pin Male To Male Angled Microphone Cable
6.35 2pin Male To Male Microphone Cable
6.35 2pin To Xlr 3pin Female Microphone Cable

2 Pin Microphone Cable

2 Pin Microphone Cable, typically used for mono audio signals, features connectors with two pins, offering simple and reliable connectivity. It is suitable for specific models of microphones and low-end audio devices, and can also serve as a speaker audio cable. This cable can be used to interconnect speakers, mixers, and amplifiers.

3 Pin Microphone Cable

3 Pin Microphone Cable, also referred to as the 3 prong microphone cable, typically utilizes XLR connectors with three pins. Compared to 2-pin microphone cables, it offers more comprehensive functionality and wider compatibility, suitable for connecting various types of microphones, audio interfaces, playback devices, recording equipment, and more, especially in stereo configurations.

5 Pin Microphone Cable

Din 5pin to 5pin male microphone cable typically utilizes connectors with five pins, which are sturdy and durable, highly flexible. It can transmit more complex signals compared to 2-pin and 3-pin microphone cables. It is suitable for connecting professional audio equipment such as mixing consoles, recording devices, and scenarios requiring multifunctional connections.


By Microphone Cable Connection Types, you get three connector options: XLR, TRS, and TRRS. Each one is made for different audio needs, whether you're in a studio, using professional gear, or just plugging into your phone.

XLR Connector

XLR connectors, widely recognized for their robust design and reliable performance, are extensively utilized in professional audio equipment, notably for microphones. Typically featuring three pins for transmitting balanced signals, XLR connectors, also known as the Cannon X Series, boast features such as latch locks and rubber coatings to ensure secure connections. With their balanced signal transmission, XLR connectors are less prone to interference, rendering them ideal for professional audio applications.
This reliability extends to various XLR cable configurations, including XLR to 1/4 microphone cable, XLR to 1/8 microphone cable, XLR male to female microphone cable, and XLR to RCA microphone cable, all of which maintain the integrity and quality associated with XLR connections.

TRS Connector

TRS connectors, which stand for Tip-Ring-Sleeve, are commonly found in audio equipment such as headphones, microphones, and musical instruments. These connectors come in two sizes: large (6.35mm) and small (3.5mm). The large TRS cables, such as the 1/4 to 1/4 microphone cable, are often used in professional audio setups and can be adapted to XLR interfaces. Meanwhile, small TRS cables are suitable for consumer electronics like headphones and mobile devices. However, due to their unbalanced signal transmission, TRS connectors are more vulnerable to interference compared to XLR connectors.

TRRS Connector

TRRS connectors, which include an additional ring compared to TRS connectors, are typically used in smartphones and other mobile devices. The extra ring allows for the transmission of microphone signals, making TRRS connectors suitable for hands-free calls and audio recording applications. In mono microphones, the larger three-pin XLR connectors transmit balanced signals, which are less susceptible to interference, whereas the smaller two-pin TRS connectors can only transmit unbalanced signals, making them more prone to interference.


Our personalized microphone cable service provides customized solutions ,whether you require a particular cable type, connector configuration, or length, we can accommodate your requirements.

Personalized Cable Types

Choose from a variety of cable types, including XLR, 1/4 inch, RCA, and more. We can customize the cable type based on your equipment and preferences.

Custom Cable Lengths

Need a cable longer or shorter than standard options? With our custom microphone cable service, you can specify the precise length required for your cables.

Connector Configurations

Select the connector configuration that best suits your setup. Whether you need XLR, TRS, RCA, or other connectors,we can create custom cables to meet your specifications.

Professional Guidance

Our audio professionals will guide you through the custom process, offering advice and recommendations to create the perfect microphone cable for your needs.


Microphone cables play a crucial role in various scenarios, from professional recording studios to stage performances, from radio communications to voice recognition. Their design and functionality adapt to the unique demands of various applications, ensuring they meet a wide range of user requirements.

Headset Microphone Cable

Headphone Microphone Cable are cables designed to connect headphones equipped with microphones. They typically feature durable construction, flexible wires, and excellent audio transmission performance, suitable for various voice communication and audio applications.

Condenser Microphone Cable

Condenser Microphone Cable is specifically designed to connect condenser microphones. They often employ high-quality wires & connectors to ensure stable signal transmission and optimal audio quality. Known for their interference resistance & low noise levels, they are ideal for professional audio recording & live performances.

CB Microphone Cable

CB Microphone Cable is used to connect CB (Citizen's Band) radio microphones. They feature durable casings, connectors, and good interference resistance, suitable for CB radio communication and related applications.

Computer Microphone Cable

Computer Microphone Cable is used to connect computer microphones, typically featuring connectors compatible with common computer microphone jacks, such as 3.5mm TRS plugs. They usually have a user-friendly design, suitable for voice communication, audio recording, online meetings, and more.

Dynamic Microphone Cable

Dynamic Microphone Cable is designed for connecting dynamic microphones. They often have sturdy construction, connectors, and reliable signal transmission performance, suitable for live performances, recording work, and other audio applications.
  • 1.Are there any specific applications where 10 ft and 30 ft microphone cables excel?
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    Both lengths are commonly used in recording studios, live performances, public address systems, and home recording setups. The choice depends on specific needs and cable length requirements, with 10 ft microphone cables being more suitable for compact setups and 30 ft microphone cables for larger spaces.

  • 2.Can a 10m microphone cable be used for outdoor events?
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    Yes, a 10m microphone cable can be suitable for outdoor events, but ensure it's weatherproof and ruggedized to withstand outdoor conditions. Consider factors like weather protection, cable durability, and signal integrity. Opt for cables with strong shielding, robust connectors, and proper cable management to prevent damage and signal interference. Regularly inspect and maintain cables to ensure reliable performance during outdoor events.

  • 3.What defines the best quality XLR microphone cable?
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    The best quality XLR microphone cable typically features high-grade materials, including oxygen-free copper conductors, robust shielding, and durable connectors. It delivers exceptional signal integrity, minimal noise, and consistent performance across a spectrum of audio uses.
  • 4.What are the differences between XLR to 1/4 and XLR to 1/8 microphone cables?
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    XLR to 1/4 microphone cables feature a 1/4-inch connector, suitable for professional audio setups and instruments. On the other hand, XLR to 1/8 microphone cables have a smaller 1/8-inch (3.5mm) connector, commonly used with consumer-grade devices like computers and smartphones. The choice depends on the application and compatibility requirements.

  • 5.How do I choose the best XLR male to female microphone cable for my specific recording or performance needs?
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    Consider factors like cable length, durability, and shielding. For studio recording, opt for high-quality cables with balanced conductors and noise rejection. For live performances, choose rugged cables with strain relief and flexible jackets. Evaluate your connectivity needs and ensure compatibility with your equipment for optimal performance.
  • 6.Which devices are compatible with 2 pin and 3 pin microphone cables?
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    Both types of cables are compatible with various audio devices including microphones, mixers, amplifiers, and recording equipment. However, 3 pin cables are more versatile and commonly used due to their balanced audio transmission capabilities.
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