Yorkville Sound Standard Series Balanced TRS Cable - 10 Foot
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Yorkville Sound Standard Series Balanced TRS Cable - 10 foot

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SKU: # 17426
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PC-10ST

Your Price: $33.99 CDN
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1/4" to 1/4" Stereo Instrument Cable

Standard Series Cables provide the best value for quality balanced and interconnect cabling. Ideal for live PA applications Yorkville Standard Series Cables use 24 gauge 16 strand bare annealed copper conductors for effective signal transfer. High quality nickel plated jacks with strain relief and rugged matte PVC outer covering and copper shielding guarantee unmatched reliability and effective EMI and RFI rejection. Manufactured in North America and covered by a limited lifetime warranty, Yorkville Standard Series Cables are designed to provide years of worry free use in virtually any environment.

Features:
• High Quality Connectors with Strain Relief
• 24 Gauge 16-strand Dual Core Oxygen Free Copper Conductors (Balanced Cables)
• Unbalanced RCA Cables use 20 Gauge 19-strand Oxygen Free Copper Conductor
• Oxygen Free Copper Shielding for Effective EMI and RFI Rejection
• Rugged Matte PVC Outer Covering
• RoHS Compliant Lead Free Solder
• Manufactured in North America
• Limited Lifetime Warranty

Details:
Connector 1: 1/4" TRS-M
Connector 2: 1/4" TRS-M
Length: 10 foot

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Closest StoreWinnipeg (Wall St.), Manitoba
Just purchased two for my studio monitors. I'm new to the owning my own audio equipment, however I've been around audio equipment since tech club in high school. These appear to be very well constructed cables. As with any expensive piece of equipment you of course must take gentle care of them, but I've already got a feeling that these will more than stand up to standard wear and tear.
Posted by Adelaide on Nov 19, 2020
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