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    Livewire Advantage Interconnect Cable 1/4" TRS Male to XLR Male
    From $1299
    Open Box:
    $14.55
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    Livewire Advantage Interconnect Cable 1/4" TRS to 1/4" TRS
    From $1199
  3. Livewire Essential Interconnect Cable 1/4" TRS Male to 1/4" TRS Male
    From $899
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    Hosa XVM105F Stereo 3.5mm Male TRS Right-Angle to XLR Female Microphone Patch Cable
    Open Box:
    $7.23
  5. Roland Black Series 1/4" TRS-XLR(Female) Interconnect Cable
    From $1421
  6. KIRLIN Original Y-Cable, 1/4" TRS Plug - 2x1/4" Mono Plug (Tip/Ring)
    From $1895
  7. Roland Black Series Dual RCA-RCA Interconnect Cable
    From $1622
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    Mogami Gold Studio 1/4" TRS-Female XLR Cable
    From $4095
  9. Roland Black Series XLR (Male) - RCA Interconnect Cable
    From $150
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    Mogami Pure Patch TT-TT Patch Cable
    From $2199
  11. Roland Black Series 3.5mm TRS-Dual RCA Interconnect Cable
    From $220
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    Mogami Gold TRS Patch Cable
    From $4995
  13. Roland Black Series Dual RCA-1/4" Interconnect Cable
    From $1394
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    Livewire TRS - XLR(F) Patch Cable
    Open Box:
    $11.82
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    Hosa HSX-010 Pro Balanced Interconnect, REAN 1/4"  TRS to XLR3M (10ft)
    $1095
  16. Livewire 1/4"(F)-RCA(M) Dual Y Cable
    $799
  17. Pig Hog Dual 1/4" - 1/4" TS Cable
    $1295
  18. KIRLIN LightGear Y-Cable, 3.5mm TRS Jack (Female) - 2x1/4" Mono Plug (Tip/Ring)
    $150
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    Monster Cable Studio Link 500 Interconnect TRS (M) - TRS (M)
    From $2995
  20. Roland Black Series 1/4" TRS - 1/4" TRS Balanced Interconnect Cable
    From $1499
  21. Hosa Hopscotch Patch Cables - 3.5 mm TS with 3.5 mm TSF Pigtail to 3.5 mm TS, 5 pc, 1.5 ft
    $2495
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    Livewire TRS - XLR(M) Patch Cable
    From $1299
  23. Livewire 3.5mm Stereo Cable
    From $1599
  24. Mogami Pure Patch RCA to RCA Mono Hi-Definition Patch Cable
    From $1895
  25. Pig Hog Solutions 3.5mm TRS to 3.5mm TRS Adapter Cable
    From $995
  26. Livewire Advantage Interconnect Dual Cable RCA Male to 1/4" TS Male
    From $1199
  27. Livewire 1/4" - RCA Dual Patch Cable
    From $1199
  28. Hosa CMM-103 3.5mm TRS to 3.5mm TRS Stereo Interconnect Cable
    $395
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    Oyaide Neo d+ Series Class B RCA Cable
    From $2999
  30. Pig Hog Y Cable RCA(M) to Dual RCA(F)
    $995
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There's plenty of hardware in just about any pro audio setup or stage kit, and it's not magic that links it all together - it's cables. Your interconnect cables are an important part of your hardware layout, since they're carrying the signal from one component to another... and you know what they say about chains. Well-made cables are built to last, and they're shielded to protect the signal from interference. And of course, depending on what gear you're using and what kinds of connections it supports, you'll need to have cables that are the right layout to get the job done. So shopping for interconnect cables is pretty important! Thankfully, there are lots of options here to have you covered.

This lineup is packed with three general cable varieties: TRS, RCA and Y cables. Professional musicians, sound techs and headphone aficionados will recognize TRS right away - it stands for tip/ring/sleeve, and uses 1/4" jacks like a guitar cable but with an extra conductor to carry stereo sound. RCA is even more common, since it appears in just about everyone's living room on the backs of TVs and receivers, not to mention a wide range of pro audio gear. And Y cables are just what they sound like: cables that branch from one plug to two. They're a wide-ranging category that has all kinds of different connectors and styles to choose from.

With all that in mind, the most important part of searching for interconnect cables is making sure you're getting the right layout for your needs. It might help to draw a diagram of your sound system and make a note of the upstream and downstream connections on each piece of hardware - then you can just draw lines between them and you'll know exactly what to go for. Make sure you're getting the right length, of course, and then go from there. Take your time and double check, and you'll be pumping music through your new cables soon enough.
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