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The intelligent, CPU-controlled CT100 accepts virtually any connector type: XLR, mono and TRS phone (1/4 in., 1/8 in., TT), RCA and MIDI. It shows which input pin is connected to which output pin. Separate LEDs indicate proper shield connection and phantom power presence. The CT100 also offers an installed cable test mode and a continuity check plus a test tone generator. >More
The CS1000 is a price/performance breakthrough in the cable maintenance, signal testing market. It tests ten different types of cable ends. Each cable being tested has its pinout scanned for continuity as well as proper polarity. >More
In even the simplest sound systems there are all sorts of ways for polarity to become reversed; the more complex the system, the greater the potential for problems. The Cricket can test the polarity of wireless microphones, mixers, effects devices, amps, cables, and speakers. >More
Checks XLR, 1/4 in., RCA, 1/8 in., TT, and MIDI cables for continuity and/or intermittent connections. Also detects opens and shorts for each pin. Other features include test tone generator (+4, -10, Mic), phantom power detector, grounded XLR shield detector and cable wiring display. >More
The all CBI Pro 3 audio cable tester features single and double ended testing. There are 2 rows of 4 LED's corresponding to each of the possible connector pins and one for the screen (or ground) connection. >More
Designed to be easy-to-operate in a compact, heavy duty steel box. The RapcoHorizon CD-100 cable tester will check your balanced and unbalanced instrument, RCA, microphone, and speaker cables. >More
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