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I haven't taken this apart, but it's been my experience in the past that 16 gage means each wire. Love this company. Quality products for low prices. This works great for me.
R. J. Crane
· October 3, 2013
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Yes you can fix any XLR this way but you do need a to solder the 3 wires back on. Amazon sells both female and male XLR connectors.
N. HALL
· July 28, 2019
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I believe it is 2 conductor XLR
Brian David Allison
· September 18, 2017
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The cables have a lifetime warranty, if you contact support we can assist you in replacing the cable
Monoprice
Seller · July 29, 2019
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I don't understand the question either. Just turn it around?
pak
· August 23, 2014
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Yes
Monoprice Support
Manufacturer · June 25, 2019
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Its actually 1.5 feet of 18" It has the connectors already attached. Never buy a cable that is just wire. A great cable for an external mic attached to camera rig. Does not bunch up or have too much excess to get in the way.
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· January 23, 2014
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pak
· November 23, 2014
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Tip to tip (end of male plug to end of female plug) it is 21.5 inches. If you subtract the half-inch that each end loses when it is attached (i.e., the plug goes into a jack or socket) it's 19.5 inches. Hard to say where the actual cable begins and where the connectors begin--do you count the stress relief as part of… see more Tip to tip (end of male plug to end of female plug) it is 21.5 inches. If you subtract the half-inch that each end loses when it is attached (i.e., the plug goes into a jack or socket) it's 19.5 inches. Hard to say where the actual cable begins and where the connectors begin--do you count the stress relief as part of the plug or part of the cable, etc. But I hope the 20.5" dimension will provide you with the necessary info. see less Tip to tip (end of male plug to end of female plug) it is 21.5 inches. If you subtract the half-inch that each end loses when it is attached (i.e., the plug goes into a jack or socket) it's 19.5 inches. Hard to say where the actual cable begins and where the connectors begin--do you count the stress relief as part of the plug or part of the cable, etc. But I hope the 20.5" dimension will provide you with the necessary info.
W. Ross
· August 14, 2015