To play music, depending on the instrument you choose, you will need certain cables. There are different categories such as speaker cables, microphone cables, instrument cables and audio cables. Each one has its own particularity in terms of resistance, noise limitation or wave transmission. That is why it is important to always choose the right type of cable for the purpose for which it is intended.
Instrument cables are specially designed to connect to certain instruments such as guitars (electric or electro-acoustic), keyboards, basses or other electronic instruments. These cables connect the instrument to the amplifier, two are needed for a stereo signal and they are designed for low voltage signals. They consist of a positive wire and a shield for earthing.
Microphone cables are shielded and balanced, with a male XLR connector at one end and a female XLR connector at the other. This type of cable is suitable for both studio and stage microphones. They are specially designed for this purpose with a high endurance and a certain length to allow freedom of movement.
The patch cable is a short cable that is used to connect several elements of an amplified system or recording setup. They are also suitable for connecting pedals to each other and to the amp input.
Speaker cables are two-wire, unshielded cables that are slightly larger than patch, instrument or microphone cables. This category of cable requires larger wire cross-sections in order to transmit higher voltage signals.
HDMI, DVI, USB, DMX, RJ45: many formats are used for video, lighting or computer applications, and their reliability is a very important criterion; Stagg offers you a complete range of high quality cables.