Anyone ever use GLS cables?
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    Default Anyone ever use GLS cables?

    Anybody ever try them out? They seem pretty cheap on amazon and I want to get some 50 footers for my qsc speakers and subwoofers.

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    They say they are microphone cables. I'm assuming they will be fine to go from my powered subwoofer to my powered speakers but if anybody has any better recommendations please shoot some my way!!!

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    I have the 12' cables and they are fine.

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    What do you need 50ft cables for?
    Macbook Pro 2011 :: Xone 22 :: Technics 1200 :: Denon DNS3700 :: 2x Midifighter ::Akia MPD24 :: Kaoss Pad 2 :: Audio 6 :: KRK Rockit 5 Darkstar :: Roland Sh-101 :: Traktor Scratch Duo :: Ableton live 8


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    For weddings, I tried the fifty foot cable two pack last week and one was terrible. Kept shorting out and felt like it wouldn't "fit" in the xlr connector in my speaker. Hopefully my next batch, both will work fine

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