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Monoprice - 15 Meter (49ft) 3-pin DMX Lighting & AES/EBU Cable

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Monoprice - 15 Meter (49ft) 3-pin DMX Lighting & AES/EBU Cable

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15 Meter (49ft) 3-pin DMX Lighting & AES/EBU Cable

Distribute digital DMX or AES/EBU (aka AES3) data signals safely and reliably using this 3-pin DMX Lighting & AES/EBU Cable from Monoprice!

This cable is designed for accurate transmission of digital audio and DMX lighting control data. It features a twisted pair of 22AWG conductors wrapped in a double layer shielding composed of copper braid and aluminum foil. The two shield layers combine to provide 100% shield coverage for the conductors.

The input end of the cable is terminated in a 3-pin male XLR connector, while the output end terminates in 3-pin female XLR connector. The cable has a nominal impedance of 110-120 ohms.

SKU 601615 - S7-4
Length (ft) No
Color Black
Gauge No
Type of Boot No
Brand Monoprice

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