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    Monster Cable Standard 100 Microphone Cable, XLR

    Web Item #MONS100M

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    ********** 6.6 out of 10
    Quality:
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    The Wow Factor:
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    Ease of Use:
    ********** 5 out of 10
    Features:
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    Value:
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    Sound:
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    Manufacturer Support:
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    User Reviews for Monster Cable Standard 100 Microphone Cable


    Overall:
    **********4 out of 10
    Features:
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    Value:
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    Sound:
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    By a customer from navy.mil

    Submitted: 4/21/2006

    Style of Music: Christian Contemporary/Jazz/Blues

    Experience: Guitarist, Recording Engineer

    "RUN AWAY; GO GET A MOGAMI."

    This reviewer purchased this item from Same Day Music.

    Sound:
    Clarity is good...Vocals reproduce nicely. However, Mogami is better.
    Feature:
    I like the color coded rings. They aid in setting up multiple microphones very quickly, vice fumbling around matching everything according to the mixer's individual channel layouts.
    Ease of Use:
    N/A
    Quality:
    Within one week, two of the cables went bad. I don't understand why Monster did not remain with the quality of the neutrik connectors. The new fat/bulky female end interferes with microphone placement in the clip and leads to the cable's pins becoming dislodged within their pin retainers, thus leading to severe shorts. Monster: Return to the neutrik design on your standard 100 microphone cables and I would buy more of these, otherwise people will purchase Mogami. I am serious about this.
    Manufacturer Support:
    N/A
    Value:
    Within one week, two of the cables went bad. I don't understand why Monster did not remain with the quality of the neutrik connectors. The new fat/bulky female end interferes with microphone placement in the clip and leads to the cable's pins becoming dislodged within their pin connectors. Monster: Return to the neutrik design on your standard 100 microphone cables and I would buy more of these.
    The Wow Factor:
    N/A
    Overall:
    I am in the process recabling everything to Mogami. They have much better quality and soundstage resolution.
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    Sound:
    **********1 out of 10
    Ease of Use:
    **********5 out of 10
    Manufacturer Support:
    **********1 out of 10

    100% of users found this reviews helpful (1 vote).

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    By a customer from hotmail.com

    Submitted: 2/9/2009

    Style of Music: Rock

    Experience: Active Pro

    "Poor Qulaity and Customer Service"

    Sound:
    Arrived defective - pin not connected.
    Manufacturer Support:
    This cable was bad right out of the package - at least one pin not connected, so it produced the most glorious hum. Ah, but Monster has a Lifetime Warranty, you say? Sure. So I sent them a message, and didn't get a response for over 2 weeks. Then I requested an RA number for my address. Well, I work for the US military outside the US, and only have a Mil Post mail box. And guess what? Monster won't deliver to a box, only a real street address. So I gave them that, which they turned over to a distributor in the country where I live, and those folks contacted me (about a week later) with an RA number for their shop. Well, postage over here is about 3 times more than in the US, and I pointed out to them that the cable was defective and should be replaced at no cost to me. No, I'd have to pay the postage. So, a $30 cable just became a $45 cable (plus the inconvenience of traveling to a local PO when the US one is right where I live). That's fine. Last Monster product I buy, and I told them that. But "it's not our policy to pay for shipping" a defective cable back to them for replacement. Okay, but what about attracting and keeping paying customers? Apparently not a real concern. And BTW, my $12 mic cables that I've had for years have given me absolutely no issues and sound fine. And if you're still buying into the Monster hype, if you really think there's a difference in audio quality, check out the blindfold test where "audiophiles" couldn't tell the difference between Monster speaker cable (pricey!) and coat hangers. Can't include the link, but it's easy to find; just search for the key words. I found it while trying to find their contact and warranty info. My recommendation? Save some bucks and don't pay for hype.
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