Buy the Best Microphone Accessories Online in Kathmandu, Nepal
Are you suffering from disturbances when using your microphones? Does your microphone produce noise? It's probably due to low-quality microphone accessories. Time to change your microphone accessories.
Whether you're looking for a universal microphone adapter or a cable to connect your microphone to your mixer, we've got the audio accessories you need to ensure you get the sound quality you want!
Order high-quality gold-plated microphone accessories from Bass & Treble now to make the best out of your microphones.
An audio interface is a device to convert audio signals into a format that your software recognizes. It provides you flexibility when using microphones as you can use XLR, USB, and plugs. Mic interfaces can also provide features like preamplification, equalization, and filtering to enhance the audio signal from the microphone. They can be found in many forms, from simple adapter cables to specialized audio interfaces with multiple input and output port Cables
Cables carry audio signals from your microphone to the audio equipment. Without them, it is impossible to transfer audio signals from the microphone to the audio equipment. You need high-quality cables as they reduce sound interference, which is available at the Bass & Treble online store. Adapters
Are you tired of cable clutter when using microphones? The answer to your headache lies in using adapters. The D’Addario Male Inline Adapter available at Bass & Treble turns a female TS connection to a male, which helps you to connect to speakers. It is a powerful gold-plated inline adapter built with premium components, making it ideal for optimum signal transfer.
Do microphone cables make a difference?
Microphone cables do make a difference in sound quality. A high-quality cable provides multiple layers of shielding and eliminates virtually all handling noise to ensure the sound is transferred as clearly as possible from the source.
Can I use a speaker cable for the microphone?
Cables for speakers and microphones are designed for different purposes and have different electrical characteristics. Therefore, speaker cables should not be used for microphones. The purpose of speaker cables is to transmit audio signals from an amplifier to speakers, whereas the purpose of microphone cables is to transmit audio signals from microphones to preamplifiers or mixers.
Speaker cables are not well-suited for use with microphones since their electrical characteristics are not well-matched for a microphone. Poorly shielded cables or connectors of the wrong type can also compromise the microphone's audio quality. To make sure your equipment is protected and to ensure the best possible performance, use a microphone cable that is properly designed.
It is better to use the XLR Microphone Cable, available at the Bass & Treble online store, instead of the speaker cable. It features heavy gauged oxygen-free copper conductors and nickel-plated brass connectors, providing high reliability.
Is a mic jack the same as a line-in?
The mic jack or microphone jack is entirely different from the line in the jack. The socket line connects external audio devices, such as a microphone and headphones, to computers, smartphones, and some audio mixers. Conversely, a microphone jack primarily connects wired or wireless microphones to mic-in sockets.