1.5ft XLR Male to 1/4" (6.3mm) TS Mono Male Cable

PI Part #: XLR-M-63-1.5

1.5ft XLR Male to 1/4

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XLR to 1/4in. (6.3mm.) Mono Cable

XLR is a connector primarily used in professional/commercial audio/video applications, such as microphone connections. The 1/4in. mono audio connection is a widely used long-time standard that exists on many multimedia devices including speakers and home theater devices. This cable provides interface functionality between XLR and 1/4in. mono connection types, so you can connect between microphones, speakers, and other A/V equipment that don't all have the same connection types. Therefore, you gain greater flexbility and versatility with your audio devices, enhancing your system's overall technical and economic efficiency. Using these cables, you can high-quality sound that only superior cables can achieve.

PI Manufacturing's cables are engineered to the tightest tolerances to deliver unwavering reliability during mission critical and stress intensive applications. Every cable is designed for optimal performance, producing unparalleled data transfer speeds while preserving utmost data integrity. With our cables, you can bask in unmatched audio clarity while enjoying realistic and lifelike multimedia experiences.

Typical Applications:
  • Connecting between XLR and 1/4in. (6.3mm.) mono connection types.
  • Connecting between microphones and A/V electronic equipment.


  • XLR Male to 1/4" (6.3mm) TS Mono Male
  • Length: 1.5ft
  • PVC jacket
  • Molded strain relief
  • AWG24
  • OD 6.0mm
  • Metal Connectors

UPC: 091324265800

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Connector Types:XLR male to 1/4in. (6.3mm.) mono male

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