Pro Audio Cables | Jack to Jack 2 Core Speaker Cable1.5 mm

Pro Audio Cables | Stage/Tour To Active Speakers Cables

Pro Audio Cables | Stage/Tour To Active Speakers Cables

Pro Audio Cables; Stage / Tour Microphone Cables Jack To Jack Active Speakers

Pro Audio Cables | Studio/Pro To Active Speakers Cables

Pro Audio Cables; Studio / Pro Microphone Cables Jack To Jack Active Speakers


Neutrik ® TRS Jacks to Neutrik ® TRS Jacks

 

Flexible 3-core cable balanced

 
Professional 1/4" Plugs > PX Series

The heavy duty professional phone plug series improves on the design of the existing C series by offering the thinnest available A-gauge 1/4" plug with unique Neutrik chuck type strain relief on the market. The slimline shell with a width of 14.5 mm meets the most recent requirements for highest density jackfields (15.88mm jack pitch). The precise machined one-piece tip contact without rivets makes it unique and avoids hook up in a socket or break off the tip.

The Plug X Series serves all applications such as guitar applications, audio cables, snakes, speakers, amplifiers and mixing desks.

Where brute force reigns in a useful manner...

The sound people are at work and they will treat the cables not exactly squeamishly. No problem for our robust Meridian Mobile. This cable has been designed particularly for loudspeakers and here it meets all specific technical requirements. Low-oxygen Cu Litz wires ensure better sound quality and a longer life. All PVC versions are easy to reel.

Active Speakers

Active speakers have an inbuilt power amplifier and just need a power source (or battery) to operate, where passive speakers require an external power amplifier to operate. In short, you need an amplifier for passive speakers, you don’t with active speakers. An active speaker is essentially an all-in-one system that powers your speakers, just like a combo amplifier that guitarists or bass players use. The amplifier is built into the speaker cabinet, so all you have to do is connect the PA speakers to power (or use a battery) and feed a line-level signal into it. This could be a vocal microphone, a guitar or even an MP3 player. A selection of active PA speakers also include mixers already built in, with EQ settings and even microphone preamps, so you can mix the sound directly on the speaker to professional standards easily. These are ideal for bands, DJ’s, professional public orators and the likes of café owners or schools who want to be able to play both live and pre-recorded music, without too much fuss. There’s also a huge range of battery-powered and portable PA’s that are ideal for buskers, public speakers and even functions.

There are balanced leads and will not work for passive speakers.