Why Choose Tone Vault XLR, TS, and Patch Cables

When it comes to professional audio cables, Tone Vault Audio & Media has you covered. We carry a wide range of XLR microphone cables, TS cables, instrument cables, and patch cables for your needs. Our cables are made with the highest quality materials and construction, so you can be sure that they will last for years to come. Plus, our prices are unbeatable! Keep reading to learn more about our pro series cables, and order yours online from Tone Vault today!

Pro Series Mic Cables

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Our Pro Series Mic Cables are designed for superior sound quality and durability. The XLR connectors provide a professional-grade connection and are 95% covered with tin-coated oxygen-free braided copper shielding to ensure clear signal transmission. The shielded construction minimizes interference, while the PVC jacket protects against abrasion and wear. Our Pro Series Mic Cables are available in lengths from 3 to 25 feet long and with 24k gold pinned connectors, they are a perfect choice for professional studios and live performances.

Pro Series Mic Cable Features:

  • OFC braided copper shielding for a noiseless connection
  • Shrink-wrapped solder points to combat vibrational solder failure
  • 24k gold oxidation-resistant connectors
  • Male-to-female connectors
  • 99% oxygen-free copper quad-core cable, coated to boost tonal clarity & definition

Pro Series TS Instrument Cables

For instrument connections, our Pro Series TS Cables at Tone Vault are the way to go. The oxygen-free copper conductors provide clear signal transfer, while the OFC spiral shields minimize interference. At Tone Vault, we know tone, which is why our TS cables have 24k gold contacts for Noiseless Tone Shield Technology™. The last thing you want when you connect your instrument to your amp is EMI/RFI interference. Our cables are 92% covered with a spiral OFC copper shield that wards against just that. The flexible and durable PVC jacket protects against wear and tear and offers a classy, professional look that shows your tonal confidence, and the 24k gold oxidation-resistant connectors ensure a professional-grade connection. Our Pro Series TS cables are available in two lengths: 3 feet or 20 ft, making them ideal for your instrument's connection requirements.

Pro Series TS Cable Features:

  • Male-to-male connectors
  • Available in 3-feet or 20-feet length
  • Packages include two cable wraps for added value
  • 20 AWG 99% OFC copper core insulated for added protection against handling noise
  • Shrink-wrapped solder points to negate vibrational solder failure
  • 24k gold oxidation-resistant connectors
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Pro Series Patch Cables


Our Pro Series Patch Cables are the perfect solution for patching and connecting gear. The 92% OFC spiral shields minimize interference, and the oxygen-free copper conductors offer excellent signal transmission with little to no handling noise. The 24k gold oxidation-resistant connections are durable and professional-grade, while the PVC covering protects against wear and tear. Our Pro Series Patch Cables come in packs of three, and each cable is 6-inches long. 

Pro Series Patch Cable Features:

  • 95% covered with tin-coated oxygen-free braided copper shielding
  • Flexible, durable, and static-free PVC outer coating for a professional appearance
  • 24k gold oxidation-resistant male-to-male connectors
  • Includes three 6-inch patch cables

Our Tone Vault Audio & Media Warranty

All of our Pro Series Cables are backed by the Tone Vault Audio & Media limited lifetime warranty. This warranty covers any necessary repairs or cable replacements at no charge if the cable proves to be defective in materials or workmanship. Any warranty service must have proof of purchase in order to be initiated, so please keep all of your receipts! 

In order to activate your Tone Vault Audio & Media limited lifetime warranty, your cable must be returned with a copy of the purchase receipt at your own expense to Tone Vault Audio & Media. If your cable meets the damage or defectiveness requirements, a replacement or repaired cable will be returned to you at Tone Vault’s expense.

About Tone Vault Audio & Media®

Tone Vault Audio & Media began as a recording studio business by musicians in active gigging bands. We know the makings of quality cables and the difference these cables can make when it comes to live performances. That’s why we decided to start crafting our own at a more affordable price than most of our competitors. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Whether you’re a seasoned music industry professional or new to it all, you may have some questions about studio-grade audio cables. Fortunately, Tone Vault is here to answer them for you! We’ve put together this convenient FAQ to answer our customers’ most frequently asked questions. If you have any additional questions, don’t hesitate to contact us for assistance.

Q: What are balanced audio cables?

A: Balanced and unbalanced audio cables are similar, but there’s one key difference. Balanced audio cables have two signal wires instead of one, which are both used to pass an identical audio signal. While the signal that passes through is the same, its polarities are reversed between the two signal wires, creating an effect known as “common-mode rejection.”  As a result, balanced audio cables can reduce noise distortion while providing a louder sound.

Q: Does gold plating improve audio quality?

A: On its own, gold plating doesn’t improve audio quality. However, gold doesn’t tarnish, which is ideal because tarnished connectors produce poor audio quality. That’s why Tone Vault audio cables use 24k gold connectors — they’re protected against oxidation, meaning you’ll have long-lasting, high-quality sound.

Q: How do I properly store and coil audio cables?

A: No matter what type of audio cables you’re trying to store, it’s important to do so carefully to ensure you don’t accidentally damage them or end up with severe tangles. While there are different correct ways, we find the easiest to be coiling your audio cables. You can use the over-under method, which involves twisting the cable in one direction to form a coil, untwisting it to create the next coil, and repeating until you finish. After your cable is fully coiled, secure it with a cable tie, and you’re done! 

When it comes to storing your audio cables, we suggest using a cable organizer or simply placing them (fully coiled and secured) in organized bins. 

Q: What is a quad core audio cable?

A: When browsing microphone cables from Tone Vault, you’ll notice they’re all quad core cables. This simply means that they’re constructed with four conductors in a spiral formation. Quad core audio cables are typically preferred in the music industry for their reduced magnetic interference and clearer and cleaner signal. We especially recommend this type of cable for professionals working in busy or noisy environments. 

Q: What do I use an XLR cable for?

A: Not every microphone cable uses an XLR cable, but at Tone Vault, that’s all we offer. They deliver balanced signals, so we suggest using them whenever you’re looking for reduced noise interference. When using XLR cables, you can expect a cleaner sound without any electrical damage to your mic. However, they’re ideal for use in every music application, from recording sessions to live shows. 

Q: What do I use a patch cable for?

A: Patch cables are among the most widely used types of audio cables in the music industry because of their versatility. Simply put, patch cables are used to connect instruments to amplifiers or different pieces of production equipment to each other. For example, a guitarist may use a patch cable to connect their guitar to an amp. Similarly, a music producer may use a patch cable to connect instruments to a mixing board or processor. 

Q: What do I use a TS cable for?

A: A TS cable is the way to go if you’re looking for an unbalanced audio signal. Typically, this is the type of signal that guitarists are after because guitars output a mono signal, meaning that there is already a reduced risk of noise interference. You might also use a TS cable for a keyboard or a single-switch amplifier. 

Q: What cables should I use in a studio?

A: The types of audio cables you need in a studio depend on the type of music you intend to record and your preferences. First and foremost, you must decide between balanced and unbalanced audio. You’ll also have to consider the equipment you’ll be using, from instruments to production gear. Ultimately, however, you can’t go wrong with the studio-grade audio cables by Tone Vault Audio & Media. 

Our quad core microphone cables provide a noiseless connection that’s protected against regular wear and abrasion. Our instrument cables are developed with music professionals in mind, boasting minimized noise interference and durability unlike any other. Finally, our patch cables provide impressive signal transmission and feature 24k gold connectors that won’t oxidize. No matter what your needs are, Tone Vault audio cables will help you achieve the crisp, quality sound you want.

We hope this FAQ helped address any questions you may have had about our audio cables and the way they work. If you have any additional questions or concerns, be sure to contact Tone Vault Audio & Media for further assistance. We’re here to help you master your tone!

Order Your Pro Series Cables Today!

Now that you know more about our Pro Series cables, it's time to order yours from Tone Vault Audio & Media®. We offer a wide selection of high-quality XLR, TS, and patch cables to fit your needs. Browse our online store and order your professional audio cables today! Thanks for choosing Tone Vault!