- Connector Types: The cable has two 6.35 mm (¼-inch) male connectors on each end. These connectors are also known as TRS (Tip-Ring-Sleeve) or stereo audio connectors. They have three sections, with the tip being the left audio channel, the ring being the right audio channel, and the sleeve serving as the ground connection.
- Balanced Audio: Unlike regular unbalanced audio cables (such as standard instrument cables), balanced audio cables have two conductors plus a shield. This design helps to reduce noise and interference, resulting in a cleaner and more reliable audio signal, especially when transmitting over longer distances.
- Professional and Studio Use: Balanced audio cables are commonly used in professional audio settings, such as recording studios, live sound reinforcement, and professional music equipment setups.
- Length: The length of the cable can vary, but it’s typically available in various lengths to suit different applications and setups.
- Color: The cable is described as “Grey,” which refers to the color of the cable’s outer jacket. The color is primarily for aesthetics and doesn’t affect the cable’s performance.