• Pyle Pro Ca Pyle 1/4" Audio Cord â¼ To â¼ Inch Mono Jack Male Connection 50 Ft 12 Gauge Black Heavy
  • Pyle Pro Ca Pyle 1/4" Audio Cord â¼ To â¼ Inch Mono Jack Male Connection 50 Ft 12 Gauge Black Heavy
  • Pyle Pro Ca Pyle 1/4" Audio Cord â¼ To â¼ Inch Mono Jack Male Connection 50 Ft 12 Gauge Black Heavy
  • Pyle Pro Ca Pyle 1/4" Audio Cord â¼ To â¼ Inch Mono Jack Male Connection 50 Ft 12 Gauge Black Heavy
  • Pyle Pro Ca Pyle 1/4" Audio Cord â¼ To â¼ Inch Mono Jack Male Connection 50 Ft 12 Gauge Black Heavy
  • Pyle Pro Ca Pyle 1/4" Audio Cord â¼ To â¼ Inch Mono Jack Male Connection 50 Ft 12 Gauge Black Heavy
  • Pyle Pro Ca Pyle 1/4" Audio Cord â¼ To â¼ Inch Mono Jack Male Connection 50 Ft 12 Gauge Black Heavy
Pyle Pro Ca Pyle 1/4" Audio Cord â¼ To â¼ Inch Mono Jack Male Connection 50 Ft 12 Gauge Black Heavy
Pyle Pro Ca Pyle 1/4" Audio Cord â¼ To â¼ Inch Mono Jack Male Connection 50 Ft 12 Gauge Black Heavy
Pyle Pro Ca Pyle 1/4" Audio Cord â¼ To â¼ Inch Mono Jack Male Connection 50 Ft 12 Gauge Black Heavy
Pyle Pro Ca Pyle 1/4" Audio Cord â¼ To â¼ Inch Mono Jack Male Connection 50 Ft 12 Gauge Black Heavy
Pyle Pro Ca Pyle 1/4" Audio Cord â¼ To â¼ Inch Mono Jack Male Connection 50 Ft 12 Gauge Black Heavy
Pyle Pro Ca Pyle 1/4" Audio Cord â¼ To â¼ Inch Mono Jack Male Connection 50 Ft 12 Gauge Black Heavy
Pyle Pro Ca Pyle 1/4" Audio Cord â¼ To â¼ Inch Mono Jack Male Connection 50 Ft 12 Gauge Black Heavy

Pyle Pro Ca Pyle 1/4" Audio Cord â¼ To â¼ Inch Mono Jack Male Connection 50 Ft 12 Gauge Black Heavy

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  • " TO " CONNECTION: This speaker cable is compatible with ' mono jack to ' mono jack audio connection and it is capable of carrying high current, which makes it perfect for powerful amplifiers
  • 50 FT CORD LENGTH: This black 50 ft. professional speaker cable by Pyle Pro gives you sufficient allowance to move around for energetic on stage performances yet still provides ultimate audio delivery
  • 12 GAUGE: This 12 gauge cable wire ensures signal clarity and sonic integrity with minimal signal loss over longer distances.
  • HIGH-QUALITY SOUND: No need to worry about interrupted sound, static or loss of quality during an important gig because this speaker cable is made with highly durable construction and delivers premium performance without noise, static, or buzzing
  • WORRY-FREE SHOPPING: With the Pyle Pro PPJJ50 we are confident of the quality of our product, therefore, we offer a 30 day money back guarantee no questions asked

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Quality cable at a great price! What more could you want?? I bought a set of these to carry signal to my new speakers. They are built as well as any "professional" cable... including solid connections and rubber jacket.I would definitely not pass these up for the price! Given these are Prime, you can't go wrong with the fast and free shipping!If you found my review helpful, feel free to click the Yes button below. Thanks! Enjoy! 5It's definitely a Pyle of something... It's definitely a Pyle of something... If you have experience with Pyle stuff you know they aren't pro level stuff. So this cable is no different. Don't buy these if you are not able to do soldering. As soon as you get them if you choose to buy them (after reading this) even as a cheap backup then cut off the ends immediately and resolder the cable to the 1/4" plug. Cold solder joints abound on these cheap cables. Also take note that the AWG is well overstated. While you have the cable cut and the overstated AWG bare wires exposed, you'll also find that the cores of those copper looking cables are silver indicating that it's indeed CCA (Copper Clad Aluminum) Yay! So in addition to cold solder joints, overstated AWG, and poorly conducting aluminum cables, you'll find that the aluminum quickly oxidizes and becomes very brittle just sitting in your backup storage box so the 1/4" plug simply falls right off of the cable and you get to start all over again resoldering your cheap cable, Yippee! Want a positive note? The 1/4" is okay, not the finest but also not the worst I've seen either. 2poor quality cable & distortion I am an amateur DJ and ordered these cables cause they seemed long enough and thought thickness was indication of quality.Turns out I had to repair my speakers when issue was on the cable.First you have to turn and turn until there's a good connection (cable kind of short circuit) ...and on top of that ... there's a big distortion on one of them. 1I think this is a good price for decent cable I have tried their 15 inch speaker for emergency replacement in a bass cab, you don't want to go there...however these cables are a little better than that so go ahead and read on: I wanted 12 ga. and durable yet expendable. I use tube amps for my guitar playing and these can stretch out my speaker cabinets 50 ' apart to run at sometimes 8 ohms but mostly 4 ohms. These have heavy gauge stranded wire, thick and durable and well insulated so things stay as cool as possible and most importantly, better survival chances that they wont destruct if your stage monkeys roll the cabinets over them or they get stomped on (witholding bicycle cleats, hobnail logging boots, or golf shoes - so whatever your venue), which these have already endured. I am not sure of the copper content of the wire though. They're stiff so they probably could have more aluminum than copper in the conductor wire however the fittings fit snugly and appear properly dimensioned and there is good reinforcement at the terminal jackets. I am not sure if the insulation jacket is cross-linked material so outdoor wet stage might invite infiltration of moisture (How do you like my feedback on these so far?- FEEDBACK, GET IT?). I recommend you dip them in a UV resistant cross-linked polymer to coat them for better chances outside. They are decent utility for gigging however not as high grade as studio gear. IE: if you want pure copper conductor wire and gold plated fittings and decent soldered terminals you are going to spend 5 X the price for half the length or make your own which is the responsible, logical thing to do anyway.. Be secure, play with no shorts and remember "It might get loud"! 5Much better sound compared to my old setup We can go into all the factors that go into making a professional quality speaker cable, and many have done that already. I'm just going to say for me these cables made a night an day difference for my home studio. You see I'm a musician on a budget that is slowly finding ways to make the studio even better. I got some nice nearfield speakers and a good line mixer. However I always heard some level of hum from the speakers. My first thought is I don't have the levels set up right or I am putting in too much trim (or not enough). Then I learned a valuable lesson that I should have picked up on years ago: balanced vs. unbalanced cables.You see I was using standard instrument cables to send the audio signal between the mixer and the speakers. The speakers have inputs for both balanced and unbalanced signals, but I think I had the unbalanced instrument cables plugged into the balanced inputs on the speakers. Granted the mixer is unbalanced, but in situations like this your best bet is to go as balanced as possible. When I replaced the instrument cables with these Pyle-Pro speaker cables the difference was staggering. All that hum was gone and the signal sounded really clean.For any of you out there cobbling together a home recording studio if you are using speakers that have balanced inputs you will get a great sound using balanced cables like these. 5ONLY 16 AWG WIRE Conductors measure 16 AWG, not 12 AWG as advertised/printed on cable jacket. That's more than double the power loss/dB loss (15ft cable @ 16awg = 37ft cable @12awg). Conductor strands make minimal contact with terminals due to rushed solder joints, 1/4" plugs are bulky yet flimsy, and cable jacket is light weight spongy rubber. If money is a concern, buy a shorter/good quality 12 AWG cable or even a 15ft good quality 16AWG cable. 1Bab quality control when manufactured I'm a DJ and l was looking for a good pair of backup speaker cables and l found these with over a thousand ratings of 4 or higher. As some have said, the Pyle product line can be hit or miss in terms of quality and reliability. These were DEFINITELY a miss.Pricing was great but when l tried to hook these up to my mixer l could not believe what l had to go through.I took 1 cable and plugged it into my speaker with no issue. Took the other end and tried to connect it to my mixer/amp. No go. It would not go into the female port. Then l switched it around and the 1/4 inch male that WAS plugged into the speaker, plugged into the mixer with no problem. So close inspection of the cable l found that one end of the male connector was defective at the very tip. It had a very noticeable edge sticking out around its base preventing it from plugging in to any device.This was very understandable that 1 bad plug got attached to a good cable. However what got me more upset was when l tried the 2nd cable. THE EXACT SAME THING was defective of this cable.I requested a refund with no problems from amazon, but what gets me is that if l was on a gig and depending on these in pinch, that would have been a very bad experience.Lastly, if one cable had been bad, i would give these at least 3 stars. But with 2. NO WAY. 1Do NOT purchase these and count on them being good when needed I ordered 2 of these cables. I needed them today. I had to cut off one end on the cable to connect it to the amplifier. The 1/4" connector was barely making contact on the tip and infinity resistance (no contact at all) for the ground. One cable was okay. Do NOT purchase these and count on them being good when needed! The one connector had solder on the ground, but the wire itself had no solder in it and was loose from the ground. At least carry a soldering iron and solder so you can repair the new connections that are bad if you plan on using these on the road! 1Good Solid Speaker Cable: Pyle-Pro PPJJ15 - 12 Gauge Speaker Cable 1/4" Connectors -> Photos <- [15 Feet] The Pyle-Pro PPJJ15 speaker cable is working for me. The cable appears to be as it is advertised; a black rubberjacketed 12 gauge mono cable with reasonably well made straight 1/4" to 1/4" male connectors. The cable is5/16 of an inch thick and 15 feet long.The connectors have a good fit, not the tightest, when plugged into my two speakers boxes and PA. There havenot been any noises, static or buzzing, and the cable and connectors are still in one piece almost 2 years later.Both ends appear to be soldered solid and have not come loose [See Photos]. There's a rigid plastic sleeve thatcovers the solder points with the 2 metal outer sleeves covering whole connector (See Photos). Albeit, I do notuse them under extreme conditions like nightly gigs, etc., but for occasional hoots or personal use. For thoseconditions this cable is still working just fine.If you need a sturdier, walked-on, type cable you may want to look elsewhere or buy these as backups. I amnot so sure how long they would last under concert conditions unless they were somehow protected from dailyroutine stage abuse.Otherwise, this a well made good solid cable that has not failed me in almost two years. If you are on a budget,at this price point, you should try them out yourself. 4Working fine for now, But the quality isn't there... Works for now...THE GOOD: I bought 4 of these for setting up my PA for my band. I needed longer cables and these were a good price and looked heavy duty. So far they work fine.THE BAD: The 1/4 jack they use looks like a nice piece of hardware but fits a little loose in the speakers. Upon further inspection they feel pretty cheap. I don't expect them to last very long.OVERALL: So far they work fine. The build quality is not that great, so for the price they would be best suited for a studio where you will be leaving the cables plugged in at all times. If you are expecting to take these cables on the road for gigging, you might want to try a better built cable. 3
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Quality cable at a great price! What more could you want?? I bought a set of these to carry signal to my new speakers. They are built as well as any "professional" cable... including solid connections and rubber jacket.I would definitely not pass these up for the price! Given these are Prime, you can't go wrong with the fast and free shipping!If you found my review helpful, feel free to click the Yes button below. Thanks! Enjoy! 5It's definitely a Pyle of something... It's definitely a Pyle of something... If you have experience with Pyle stuff you know they aren't pro level stuff. So this cable is no different. Don't buy these if you are not able to do soldering. As soon as you get them if you choose to buy them (after reading this) even as a cheap backup then cut off the ends immediately and resolder the cable to the 1/4" plug. Cold solder joints abound on these cheap cables. Also take note that the AWG is well overstated. While you have the cable cut and the overstated AWG bare wires exposed, you'll also find that the cores of those copper looking cables are silver indicating that it's indeed CCA (Copper Clad Aluminum) Yay! So in addition to cold solder joints, overstated AWG, and poorly conducting aluminum cables, you'll find that the aluminum quickly oxidizes and becomes very brittle just sitting in your backup storage box so the 1/4" plug simply falls right off of the cable and you get to start all over again resoldering your cheap cable, Yippee! Want a positive note? The 1/4" is okay, not the finest but also not the worst I've seen either. 2poor quality cable & distortion I am an amateur DJ and ordered these cables cause they seemed long enough and thought thickness was indication of quality.Turns out I had to repair my speakers when issue was on the cable.First you have to turn and turn until there's a good connection (cable kind of short circuit) ...and on top of that ... there's a big distortion on one of them. 1I think this is a good price for decent cable I have tried their 15 inch speaker for emergency replacement in a bass cab, you don't want to go there...however these cables are a little better than that so go ahead and read on: I wanted 12 ga. and durable yet expendable. I use tube amps for my guitar playing and these can stretch out my speaker cabinets 50 ' apart to run at sometimes 8 ohms but mostly 4 ohms. These have heavy gauge stranded wire, thick and durable and well insulated so things stay as cool as possible and most importantly, better survival chances that they wont destruct if your stage monkeys roll the cabinets over them or they get stomped on (witholding bicycle cleats, hobnail logging boots, or golf shoes - so whatever your venue), which these have already endured. I am not sure of the copper content of the wire though. They're stiff so they probably could have more aluminum than copper in the conductor wire however the fittings fit snugly and appear properly dimensioned and there is good reinforcement at the terminal jackets. I am not sure if the insulation jacket is cross-linked material so outdoor wet stage might invite infiltration of moisture (How do you like my feedback on these so far?- FEEDBACK, GET IT?). I recommend you dip them in a UV resistant cross-linked polymer to coat them for better chances outside. They are decent utility for gigging however not as high grade as studio gear. IE: if you want pure copper conductor wire and gold plated fittings and decent soldered terminals you are going to spend 5 X the price for half the length or make your own which is the responsible, logical thing to do anyway.. Be secure, play with no shorts and remember "It might get loud"! 5Much better sound compared to my old setup We can go into all the factors that go into making a professional quality speaker cable, and many have done that already. I'm just going to say for me these cables made a night an day difference for my home studio. You see I'm a musician on a budget that is slowly finding ways to make the studio even better. I got some nice nearfield speakers and a good line mixer. However I always heard some level of hum from the speakers. My first thought is I don't have the levels set up right or I am putting in too much trim (or not enough). Then I learned a valuable lesson that I should have picked up on years ago: balanced vs. unbalanced cables.You see I was using standard instrument cables to send the audio signal between the mixer and the speakers. The speakers have inputs for both balanced and unbalanced signals, but I think I had the unbalanced instrument cables plugged into the balanced inputs on the speakers. Granted the mixer is unbalanced, but in situations like this your best bet is to go as balanced as possible. When I replaced the instrument cables with these Pyle-Pro speaker cables the difference was staggering. All that hum was gone and the signal sounded really clean.For any of you out there cobbling together a home recording studio if you are using speakers that have balanced inputs you will get a great sound using balanced cables like these. 5ONLY 16 AWG WIRE Conductors measure 16 AWG, not 12 AWG as advertised/printed on cable jacket. That's more than double the power loss/dB loss (15ft cable @ 16awg = 37ft cable @12awg). Conductor strands make minimal contact with terminals due to rushed solder joints, 1/4" plugs are bulky yet flimsy, and cable jacket is light weight spongy rubber. If money is a concern, buy a shorter/good quality 12 AWG cable or even a 15ft good quality 16AWG cable. 1Bab quality control when manufactured I'm a DJ and l was looking for a good pair of backup speaker cables and l found these with over a thousand ratings of 4 or higher. As some have said, the Pyle product line can be hit or miss in terms of quality and reliability. These were DEFINITELY a miss.Pricing was great but when l tried to hook these up to my mixer l could not believe what l had to go through.I took 1 cable and plugged it into my speaker with no issue. Took the other end and tried to connect it to my mixer/amp. No go. It would not go into the female port. Then l switched it around and the 1/4 inch male that WAS plugged into the speaker, plugged into the mixer with no problem. So close inspection of the cable l found that one end of the male connector was defective at the very tip. It had a very noticeable edge sticking out around its base preventing it from plugging in to any device.This was very understandable that 1 bad plug got attached to a good cable. However what got me more upset was when l tried the 2nd cable. THE EXACT SAME THING was defective of this cable.I requested a refund with no problems from amazon, but what gets me is that if l was on a gig and depending on these in pinch, that would have been a very bad experience.Lastly, if one cable had been bad, i would give these at least 3 stars. But with 2. NO WAY. 1Do NOT purchase these and count on them being good when needed I ordered 2 of these cables. I needed them today. I had to cut off one end on the cable to connect it to the amplifier. The 1/4" connector was barely making contact on the tip and infinity resistance (no contact at all) for the ground. One cable was okay. Do NOT purchase these and count on them being good when needed! The one connector had solder on the ground, but the wire itself had no solder in it and was loose from the ground. At least carry a soldering iron and solder so you can repair the new connections that are bad if you plan on using these on the road! 1Good Solid Speaker Cable: Pyle-Pro PPJJ15 - 12 Gauge Speaker Cable 1/4" Connectors -> Photos <- [15 Feet] The Pyle-Pro PPJJ15 speaker cable is working for me. The cable appears to be as it is advertised; a black rubberjacketed 12 gauge mono cable with reasonably well made straight 1/4" to 1/4" male connectors. The cable is5/16 of an inch thick and 15 feet long.The connectors have a good fit, not the tightest, when plugged into my two speakers boxes and PA. There havenot been any noises, static or buzzing, and the cable and connectors are still in one piece almost 2 years later.Both ends appear to be soldered solid and have not come loose [See Photos]. There's a rigid plastic sleeve thatcovers the solder points with the 2 metal outer sleeves covering whole connector (See Photos). Albeit, I do notuse them under extreme conditions like nightly gigs, etc., but for occasional hoots or personal use. For thoseconditions this cable is still working just fine.If you need a sturdier, walked-on, type cable you may want to look elsewhere or buy these as backups. I amnot so sure how long they would last under concert conditions unless they were somehow protected from dailyroutine stage abuse.Otherwise, this a well made good solid cable that has not failed me in almost two years. If you are on a budget,at this price point, you should try them out yourself. 4Working fine for now, But the quality isn't there... Works for now...THE GOOD: I bought 4 of these for setting up my PA for my band. I needed longer cables and these were a good price and looked heavy duty. So far they work fine.THE BAD: The 1/4 jack they use looks like a nice piece of hardware but fits a little loose in the speakers. Upon further inspection they feel pretty cheap. I don't expect them to last very long.OVERALL: So far they work fine. The build quality is not that great, so for the price they would be best suited for a studio where you will be leaving the cables plugged in at all times. If you are expecting to take these cables on the road for gigging, you might want to try a better built cable. 3
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