I will be up-grading nearly all of my mic cables very soon, to a heavier grade. I am interested in some of the new cables having a 90 deg end for use on my drum mics (toms, hh, overhead).Looking for user opinions.james
The Neutrik have more fiddly bits to keep tight, the Switchcraft have their own issue that I can't remember, but we switched to Neutrik because of it. Might have been price...I like them for OH, tom mics like Sennheiser x04 and for lectern use with SM58 or similar mics.They will require more periodic maintenance, but other than that they are a tool in your box. Use them as you see fit.
The Neutrik have more fiddly bits to keep tight, the Switchcraft have their own issue that I can't remember, but we switched to Neutrik because of it. Might have been price...
The newest Neutriks (NC3FRX) have got rid of the screws, and go together pretty slickly. I haven't used any of the females yet, but the males have been holding up fine in abusive service.
+1.The older screw-together NC3FRC was a bit grim to keep together and not lose those screws.The current NC3FRX does away with all that and is just fab. There's a knack to disassembling if you need to change the cable entry angle, which can catch you out if you don't read the manual. But they're the best right angle XLR option out there - and the most compact, which is usually one of the reasons you're going right-angled in the first place.
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