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How To Make Cable of, Guitar, Bass, Audio Mix, PA, and some others Quality!

How To Make Cable of, Guitar, Bass, Audio Mix, PA, and some others Quality!



Today we bring you a quick guide on how to build your own audio cable for: Musical Instruments, Home Studio, Soundboard, Amplifiers, Automotive Sound, Recording Studio, Professional Sound, Microphone Cable, Balanced Cables, CD Player, among so many others.

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There is a huge variety of cables, but we will show the most common ones, which, as they are the most common, are the most used.

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We will start with the most common and we will advance as far as possible:

1° It's a Cable: A mono P10 Male connector to a mono P10 Male connector

This type of cable is one of the most eclectic, and most of it is used between musical instruments, such as keyboards, bass guitars, guitars, and so on. and the audio mix, to carry a signal to the PA "Public Audition", among others. This is shown in Figure 1 below.

Fig. 1- Diagram Mono P10 Male to P10 Male Connector

2° It's a Cable: One male P10 stereo connector to two male P10 mono connectors

This type of cable is generally used between the mixer and the effect module, using the insert channels to send and receive effects, among many others. This is shown in Figure 2 below.

Fig. 2- Diagram P10 Male Stereo Connector for Two Mono P10 Male Connector

3° It's a Cable: One Balanced Female XLR Connector for Two Mono P10 Male Connectors

These types of cables are generally used in audio mix connections to balanced amplifiers among other myriad uses. This is shown in Figure 3 below.

Fig. 3- Female XLR Connector Diagram for 2 Mono P10 Male Connectors

4° It's a Cable: A Balanced Female XLR Connector to a Male P10 Stereo Connector

This cable is generally used to connect a Power Play "Headphone Amplifier Distributor" to the Soundboard auxiliary, we can also connect to a balanced microphone "When available on the audio mix with Plug P10" with Microphone powered with Phantom Power, between so many others. This is shown in Figure 4 below.

Fig. 4 - Female XLR Connector Diagram to a Male P10 Stereo Connector

5° Is a Cable: One XLR Female connector to one P10 mono Male connector

This cable is generally used to connect a microphone to the mixer, and or to connect the output of the XLR console to the amplifiers, among many others. This is shown in Figure 5 below.


Fig. 5 - Diagrama  Conector XLR Fêmea para P10 Macho Mono

6° It's a Cable: One Male Balanced XLR connector to two P10 mono Male connectors

This type of cable is generally used to connect the output of the mix to P10, L and R, for active box, amplifiers, which has a stereo XLR input, among others. This is shown in Figure 6 below.


Fig. 6 - XLR Male Connector Diagram for 2 P10 Mono Male

7° It's a Cable: One Balanced Male XLR Connector to One Male P10 Stereo Connector

This type of cable is generally used to connect a balanced signal from equipment, to a mix, such as instruments with low sensitivities, such as; "depending on the model" Guitar, ukulele, among others. This is shown in Figure 7 below.

Fig. 7 - XLR Male Connector Diagram for P10 Stereo Male 

8° It's a Cable: One XLR Male connector to one P10 mono Male connector

This type of cable is similar to the previous one, except that it is used for unbalanced signals, for a mix, such as instruments with low sensitivities, such as; "depending on the model" Violão, Cavaquinho, among others. This is shown in Figure 8 below.
Fig. 8 - Male Unbalanced XLR Connector Diagram for P10 Mono Male

9° It's a Cable: A Balanced Female XLR connector to a Balanced Male XLR connector

This cable is well known and standard for use in balanced Microphones, but it is also widely used to connect peripherals such as; equalizers, processors, effects equipment to the Mix, as well as to connect the output of the XLR console to the Active Box, Amplifiers, among many others. This is shown in Figure 9 below.


Fig. 9 - Balanced XLR Connector Diagram Male Balanced XLR

10° It's a Cable: Two RCA Male connectors to one P10 Stereo Male Connector

This type of cable is generally used for connecting P10 stereo output signals to loudspeakers that have RCA inputs, among many others. This is shown in Figure 10 below.

Fig. 10 - Diagram Male RCA Connector to Male P10 Stereo Connector

11° It's a Cable: Two male RCA connectors to two P10 mono Male connectors

This type of cable is generally used to connect output signals from the Mix, usually the older ones, with P10 connectors for amplifiers that have signal inputs with RCA connectors, also used to connect CD, DVD, Disc and other peripheral devices to the line input on the soundboard, among others. This is shown in Figure 11 below.

Fig. 11 - Diagrama Conector RCA Macho para Conector P10 mono Macho

12° It's a Cable: Two RCA Male Connectors to Two RCA Male Connectors

This type of cable is generally used to connect the Mix's auxiliary output signals, usually the older ones, with RCA connectors for amplifiers that have the signal inputs with RCA connectors, also used to connect CD, DVD, Disc and other devices. peripherals to the auxiliary RCA input on the mixer, among others. This is shown in Figure 12 below.



Fig. 12 - RCA Male Connector to Male RCA Connector Diagram


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