• XLR cable

    an XLR cable refers to a three-pin locking connector that is used in audio applications. In analog applications, particularly in some high-end consumer audio equipment, XLR connectors are used with balanced lines for optimal interference rejection. An XLR connector’s pins usually point in the direction of signal flow.   XLR cables (click here to look at the selection on Amazon) are very common in the event and festival world for connecting microphones and other audio related gear to an eventual connection to the console.