Snake Cables, Audio Cables and Patch Cables: Audio Cables Your Garage Band Needs
You have the PA speakers, guitar cabinets and subwoofer, but do you have the right audio cables your garage band needs?
Snake cables create a single outer covering for cables. They put less strain on power amplifiers and provide a clean and professional look. These are most useful when multiple audio signals, for example, from microphones, need to go to a common point.
Audio cables connect all of your audio equipment, whether you need to connect microphones to speakers or instruments to audio equipment. There are many forms of audio cables including:
Speaker Cables: Connect speakers with Seismic Audio speaker audio cables.
Microphone Cables: Voices carry with the right cables to connect microphones to speakers.
Instrument Cables: Make some noise with audio cables that connect instruments to the proper speakers and amplifiers.
A patch cable is used to connect one electronic device to another to route a signal. Patch cables comes in a variety of lengths, from short to long. SeismicAudio carries XLR to XLR, XLR to ¼”, ¼” to ¼”, speakon, RCA, Banana, Splitter, Right Angle, and DI box cables.
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