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Monster Legacy Digilink 5 Pin MIDI Cable
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      Monster Legacy Digilink 5 Pin MIDI Cable (331660)

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Get the dependable MIDI connection you need with advanced cable construction, low-noise shielding and high-quality connectors.

Digilink MIDI uses advanced cable construction to enable high-speed reliable MIDI data transfer, even over long runs. Monster MIDI is designed to control current and voltage transients,which reduces jitter and edge distortion and minimizes delay. Interference problems are greatly reduced by a full-coverage overlapping foil shield, and sturdy dual-molded connectors with 24k gold-plated contacts for maximum signal transfer and long term reliability in the studio or on the road.

Monster Legacy Digilink 5 Pin MIDI Cable Features:

  • Engineered to control current and voltage transients for reduced jitter and edge distortion and minimum delay
    Ideal for use in studios or live performance
    Wired for standard MIDI (3 Pins Hot)
    New heavy-duty, molded connector design increases durability and resists damage
    Interchangeable, color "O" ring attaches to each connector for customized identification

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  • Good Cable

    As reviewed by Robert Masterson on 4/23/2014

    Despite the negative reviews I went ahead and bought the 6' version of this cable. It just did not seem logical that Monster Cable would put out something as bad as the reviews said it was. When I got it home I got out my ohm meter and checked continuity between the relative connections. The pins show proper connection between the three upper pins. That is the center pin and the two pins on each side of it. The lower pins of the half circle are not used in a standard DIN connection, which is what a MIDI cable uses. The connections are: Pin 2 = center and is the connection for the shield. Pin 5 = negative and is at the 1:30 clock position as viewed from behind. Pin 4 = positive and is at the 10:30 clock position as viewed from the rear. As stated the lower pins numbered 1 and 3 are not used. The DIN connector case is not connected to the shield wire. Again all three connections show proper continuity between the two ends. Also, the pin orientation is the same for both ends in a MIDI cable, unlike phone wiring to a modular jack.

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  • Not Good for Cyber Twin 4 Button Foot switch

    As reviewed by Mark Reinking on 4/19/2013

    I purchased this cable to connect the 4 button foot switch (stock) to my Fender Cyber Twin amplifier. Unfortunately, only 2 of the 4 buttons worked. I disconnected & reconnected several times and kept getting the same results. So, I exchanged it for another brand and the foot switch worked perfectly. Perhaps it is not meant for midi guitar foot switches.

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  • Great Cable for standard MIDI-DIN connection (3 pin hot)

    As reviewed by Robert Masterson on 3/8/2014

    I purchased this cable for use as a driver feedback cable for a vintage Velodyne Subwoofer. It worked perfectly because it uses a 3 pin connection. That is, the upper three wires are connected and the lower two are not (3 pin hot as other reviewers state. This is the standard connection but some newer devices use 4-5 pin hot connections. This cable will not work with those devices. It does not mean the cable sucks or whatever. It just means that it will only work with devices that use only the three top pins. If you have a device that needs more than three pins connectivity than you need a compatible cable. Some manufactures are making DIN connections that wire all 5 pins for greater compatibility. Just get one of those if you need it.

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