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    What is an XLR connector and where is it used?

    XLR connectors are rugged electrical connectors which are used mostly in pr...

    How do I wire my cable onto my 3 pin XLR (Pin configuration)?

    The international application standard IEC 60 268-12 defines wiring of XLR ...

    Can I use the Neutrik XLR cable connectors for digital AES/EBU Signals?

    Yes, according to our tests they work properly for digital AES/EBU signals ...

    Why do I have a low signal on my 1/4" plug?

    If you use a "mono" (TIP/SLEEVE) plug it might be that you tried to connect...

    What are Plugs & Jacks and what are they used for?

    Plugs & Jacks are usually used for the transmission of line-levels (0.7...

    What is a PROFI connector and what is it used for?

    The PROFI is the professional solution for common Phono or RCA connectors. ...

    Does Neutrik offer a male cable connector for extension cables?

    Yes, Neutrik offers the NLT4MX (speakON STX Heavy Duty Series). Since all r...

    How do I wire my cable onto my speakON?

    The wiring of speakON connectors depends onto the amplifier and/or loudspea...

    What about the compatibility of the speakON STX series to standard speakONs?

    All STX heavy duty cable connectors and receptacles are fully backwards com...

    What is a speakON connector and what is it used for used for?

    The speakON connectors are designed for highest mechanical and electrical l...

    What is BI-AMP?

    BI-AMP means the split of the frequency range to a low and high frequency. ...

    What is a balanced line?

    Definition of a balanced line: a transmission line consisting of two conduc...

    Where are balanced line used?

    Mainly used for mic connections. The symmetrical construction (- phase &amp...