XLR cables

XLR cables are used in audio applications ranging from live shows to professional recording sessions. XLR cables have three pins and a circular connector. They are used to deliver balanced microphone and line-level signals over long distances, so an XLR cable can be simply thought of as a microphone cable.

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Lawrence Hector
Lawrence Hector
Sound Recordist
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Regan Sayles
Regan Sayles
Sound Recordist
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Robert Bartle
Robert Bartle
Script Writer
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Jasmine Mills
Jasmine Mills
Intern
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Jacob Pennell
Jacob Pennell
Boom Operator
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Miles Adler
Miles Adler
Production Assistant
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Patrick DeVita-Dillon
Patrick DeVita-Dillon
Post Production Assistant
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Hayden Bail
Hayden Bail
Sound Recordist
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Charles Turner
Charles Turner
Sound Mixer
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Evin Anderson
Evin Anderson
Voice Over: American - Standard
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Sarah Amini
Sarah Amini
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Aaron Tyrrell
Aaron Tyrrell
Sound Recordist
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Johnny Wong
Johnny Wong
Sound Engineer
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Josh Garcia
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Jacob Thowney
Jacob Thowney
Stage Assistant
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Elliot Baker
Elliot Baker
Production Runner
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Jonny Masters
Jonny Masters
Sound Recordist
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Alternative Names

XLR, XLR Cable