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  • danielbdanielb

    Yellow Cable Jack/JackPublished on 02/11/05 at 23:17
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    YELLOW CABLE? not know!
    Ya ka do its cable: good holds NEUTRIK THOMANN purchased at http://www.netzmarkt.de/thomann/thoiw9_index.html (excellent German site with cannons price), a small soldering iron shot , and it is good for twenty years.
    I manufactured my first cables in 1982 for patches of my MS20, and I can say that there is no comparison in relation qualitprix!
  • Rom-g71Rom-g71

    Yellow Cable Jack/JackPublished on 05/12/05 at 06:35
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    If may fantasize your girl has to use as an accessory, aa the advantage of not be expensive!
    For cons, I do not think these things have their place in a musician.
    Really crap !!!!! A cat. For one thing never works (crappy connectors) and the other was not sound at all (compare with some cables in Klotz, Canar ... and you'll understand). 10 times too expensive for what it is (or the need to buy 5 get one that works). Buy directly neutrick two sheets, the correct cable to the meter, two soldering iron shots, and you your Tranquiles for 20 years!
    Can not even be used as a cable to Troubleshoot after me. Prvoyez rather soldering iron!
    If we could put ngatives notes, it would be -10 !!!!
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    If may fantasize your girl has to use as an accessory, aa the advantage of not be expensive!
    For cons, I do not think these things have their place in a musician.
    Really crap !!!!! A cat. For one thing never works (crappy connectors) and the other was not sound at all (compare with some cables in Klotz, Canar ... and you'll understand). 10 times too expensive for what it is (or the need to buy 5 get one that works). Buy directly neutrick two sheets, the correct cable to the meter, two soldering iron shots, and you your Tranquiles for 20 years!
    Can not even be used as a cable to Troubleshoot after me. Prvoyez rather soldering iron!
    If we could put ngatives notes, it would be -10 !!!!
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  • RockNFunRockNFun

    Not terrible ...

    Yellow Cable Jack/JackPublished on 08/13/13 at 13:26
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    I had a jack cable troubleshooting and me time ... a little more than a month and yet I was taken great care ... for a few dollars more you can this one dug Planets waves, which have a better definition sound and lasted much longer and, ultimately, will moin expensive than buying each Foix has a very low range of cable which can last very long ... But, if you really no money, or that it is time to troubleshoot some have is the best of the very low ranges jack! (And yes, it gets worse!)
  • stf74stf74

    Yuck! To be avoided

    Yellow Cable Jack/JackPublished on 05/30/13 at 06:05
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    I took this cable because it was not worth much, and it was far too expensive for what it is.
    I kept as a backup (it was NEW) and once I lent a friend keyboardist for repeat
    the sound was dull and muffled (rotten what!) in short it was wrong and was switched with a cable c ***** s equipped with Neutrik and there is day and night, I did not think influai that at this point the sound quality.

    So my advice: do not hesitate to pay more to have good connections and a sound worthy of instruments to be connected (and more of it is always saved to buy a good cable).

    The value for money is pitiful and I never repeat such a crap (except for a jump rope for a kid to the limit). At avoid.
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    I took this cable because it was not worth much, and it was far too expensive for what it is.
    I kept as a backup (it was NEW) and once I lent a friend keyboardist for repeat
    the sound was dull and muffled (rotten what!) in short it was wrong and was switched with a cable c ***** s equipped with Neutrik and there is day and night, I did not think influai that at this point the sound quality.

    So my advice: do not hesitate to pay more to have good connections and a sound worthy of instruments to be connected (and more of it is always saved to buy a good cable).

    The value for money is pitiful and I never repeat such a crap (except for a jump rope for a kid to the limit). At avoid.
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  • BassmazighBassmazigh

    Hmm ... it depends on the budget.

    Yellow Cable Jack/JackPublished on 03/13/12 at 11:02
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I use this cable for about a year.
    Bad cable bill, is deteriorating very rapidly. I had to resolder the head twice.

    It still works great.
    I also have a cable Neutrik, nothing to do with this thing.
    I never buy this kind of cable.
    Let's say for the price, quality is "ok".
  • Will ZégalWill Zégal

    Yellow Cable Jack/JackPublished on 02/24/04 at 02:51
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    The yellow cable products have two advantages:
    - They are found everywhere (probably because of the packaging and prsentoirs, handy for shops)
    - It's cheap

    The only inconvnient ... is that it's the big crap!
    Especially in regard to jacks: a is no more than a few shows before a festival of false contacts.

    In short, possibly used in a domestic context. One can possibly use this identifier to do a collection of troubleshooting connections, but especially for concerts or studio quality.
  • LruLru

    Yellow Cable Jack/JackPublished on 03/08/04 at 08:11
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    I use to connect my pc to console, for some time.
    On my guitar, they have resisted a week.

    It sold as low-end and it does. When installed ONLY!
  • barabara

    Yellow Cable Jack/JackPublished on 03/14/04 at 07:02
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    Confim ... For use as an accessory for those who are sexually branch. But piti no music with it!!
    And yesterday I was only prfr Retailer to sell me as a MIDI cable, well ... brand new it silent, it not work !!!!!! Suggestion for admins: create a note "-1" for the review!
  • Pete_shifterPete_shifter

    Yellow Cable Jack/JackPublished on 03/14/04 at 23:57
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    It is a shame as shops Specializes in recording gear / studio offering the sale of Cables also rotten!
    Dj you disassemble an XLR / XLR of the brand? It happened to me and I t quite surprised to see that silent asymtrique!! It is believed RVer. This mark is openly customers for idiots!
  • pembertonpemberton

    Yellow Cable Jack/JackPublished on 03/22/04 at 07:24
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Of meters and meters of cable for a price ........... drisoire

    The Yellow Cable connection is that the star is the music academy: Useless, annoying, and overly Submitted across Designed wrong.

    In short avoid urgently! (Except perhaps for fans of bondage, but that's another story ....)
  • jcm800jcm800

    Yellow Cable Jack/JackPublished on 12/25/04 at 02:33
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    I use a few jacks guitar Yellow Cable and it is true that the connections are quite fragile.

    But I would still perform all necessary-even all the reviews I have read the Yellow Cable products are excellent for the price. I use everywhere (studio pro, sound system, etc.) and all kinds (including XLR and adapters) Cables and they are as strong as the top brands.
    When the sound quality, I DFIS anyone to hear or even to measure a diffrence. I have no diffrence measured over a length of 20m, between the Yellow and Klotz. My scne 16 of multicore XLR and also Yellow: and yes, the big brands cotent double the price, so for me there is no comparison.

    But since we're in the "Jacks", I do that…
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    I use a few jacks guitar Yellow Cable and it is true that the connections are quite fragile.

    But I would still perform all necessary-even all the reviews I have read the Yellow Cable products are excellent for the price. I use everywhere (studio pro, sound system, etc.) and all kinds (including XLR and adapters) Cables and they are as strong as the top brands.
    When the sound quality, I DFIS anyone to hear or even to measure a diffrence. I have no diffrence measured over a length of 20m, between the Yellow and Klotz. My scne 16 of multicore XLR and also Yellow: and yes, the big brands cotent double the price, so for me there is no comparison.

    But since we're in the "Jacks", I do that 5 / 10 because, for guitar jacks, for the same price, there are beefier at the connectors ...
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  • KormaKorma

    Yellow Cable Jack/JackPublished on 02/03/05 at 11:50
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    Shit, it's simple! I bought a female jack connector and Stereo 2 mono jacks, ca grsille as a ds can I move the jacks, I thought it was just the other as given my jack Stereo => mono nine silent, good short, well c'tait Yellow Cable! Buy Jack finally remake the connection is not my thing! :-(

    Strongly believes not all, but not at all!

    Yellow cable? go your way, nothing to see, move, ....

    EDIT: I forgot the CBAL twelve o'clock that did not even just leaving the store, a shame, they are o CONTRL quality in Yellow Cable? Hey administrators Audiofanzine could not put notes ngatives? ;-)
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    Shit, it's simple! I bought a female jack connector and Stereo 2 mono jacks, ca grsille as a ds can I move the jacks, I thought it was just the other as given my jack Stereo => mono nine silent, good short, well c'tait Yellow Cable! Buy Jack finally remake the connection is not my thing! :-(

    Strongly believes not all, but not at all!

    Yellow cable? go your way, nothing to see, move, ....

    EDIT: I forgot the CBAL twelve o'clock that did not even just leaving the store, a shame, they are o CONTRL quality in Yellow Cable? Hey administrators Audiofanzine could not put notes ngatives? ;-)
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  • benj86benj86

    Yellow Cable Jack/JackPublished on 02/09/05 at 05:33
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Yeah! No gnial the Yellow Cable! I've never had a big problem with, but its life is limited trs and there are often small problem of connectivity. In addition, it is big and ugly trs. A good cable for a replacement (only if there is an emergency!). To avoid even when!
  • pipiou66pipiou66

    Yellow Cable Jack/JackPublished on 03/14/05 at 04:36
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    Bo, I just vai denote the trend, I put 10/10 for experimental music ca does it well, the crack in the middle of the pieces are interesting, the crouik's also, as these dysfunctions autan give free rein a strange cries coming from the musicians (parameter random image also interesting in this kind of music). We just have to take care of these cables, was not to leave any hands!
    (OK, kidding, but c is the M. .... these e cable, no comment) 0 / 10 !!!!!
  • sadesade

    Yellow Cable Jack/JackPublished on 06/20/05 at 13:14
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Uh ..... I possde a 6M, cable guitar ... Well ... It took seven years without a crack. Now ... It does not crack either.
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