As someone involved in music, you need various audio cables for your equipment to function properly. You want to hear every tone you produce. Certain cables can only play specific frequencies, while others are better suited for specific instruments, microphones, speakers, and so on. We at Tone Vault are here to teach you all about the different types of audio cables to guide you towards the best one for your needs. Visit our website for more information and check out our products while you are there!
TRS or ‘Tips, Rings, Sleeve’ are cables commonly used to connect balanced equipment requiring left and right mono signals. For this reason, these cables are commonly known as ‘balanced cables’ as they produce an even, clean, and crisp sound. This audio cable can be used on both mono signals and stereo signals, so it covers a wide range of equipment.
XLR Cables are our pro series mic cables and also provide a balanced audio signal. They can have locking connectors, which are perfect for preventing them from becoming unplugged while you are jamming out! Due to having male and female connections, these cables can be combined if the length is an issue. Our professional series line guarantees you complete signal transmission without interference or loss!
If you are looking for a guitar cable, there is nothing better than our TS cables. This type of audio cable can only send one signal, so they are also referred to as mono cables. Since they are unbalanced, their audio signal is directly sent to their connected equipment, making for some genuine sound.
RCA cables are the classic yellow, red, and white, three-way connectors. Although they are not as widely used nowadays, their unbalanced audio still finds uses in the music industry. If you are a DJ, these cables are perfect for you, as they are used to connect CDJs and turntables!