Cables
Can You Use Coaxial as a Speaker Cable?

Can You Use Coaxial as a Speaker Cable?

A coaxial cable shouldn't be used as a speaker cable since it isn't strong enough to drive an amp signal. Using a coaxial cable to connect an amp to speakers results in weak volume and unwanted distortion. In some cases, you can even risk damaging your amp and speakers. The cable you use to connect a guitar to an ...

TS vs TRS Cables – What’s the Difference?

TS vs TRS Cables – What’s the Difference?

A ‘TS’ cable stands for ‘Tip Sleeve’ and is generally used for mono and unbalanced signals such as a guitar or bass. Whereas, a ‘TRS’ cable is short for ‘Tip Ring Sleeve’ and can be used for balanced mono as well as stereo signals.  If you have been to a recording studio or observed the sound desk at a music ...

XLR vs TRS (Which Cables are Better for Recording?)

XLR vs TRS (Which Cables are Better for Recording?)

XLR cables are better for recording due to their sturdiness and microphone compatibility, while TRS cables are relatively fragile and incompatible with most studio microphones. There is no noticeable difference in sound quality between the two, but XLR cables are the industry standard because they're less likely to ...

The 5 Best RCA Cables for Audio Quality and Durability (2022)

The 5 Best RCA Cables for Audio Quality and Durability (2022)

RCA cables are very affordable and easy to come by, but they do not all come equal, read this article to find out the best ones that you should pick up. To bring out the best out of your amplifiers and subwoofers, you need a great RCA cable set.  RCA cables are certainly not a thing of the past. Yes, they are ...

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