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          What Are DMX Cables Used For?

          DMX cables play a crucial role in controlling lighting setups by helping devices communicate. Unlike audio cables, a DMX Lighting Cable is specifically designed for transmitting digital signals that command the brightness, color, and movement of lighting fixtures. We offer high-quality DMX lighting cables in both 3 pin and 5 pin configurations to cater to various lighting setups.

          Our DMX cables ensure exceptional signal quality with a consistent impedance of 110 Ohms, accompanied by helical/braided shielding for robust protection against signal interference. Whether you're in the events industry, theater, or any other setting, Titan AV DMX cables provide a reliable choice for precise lighting control.

          Titan AV CAT Tail, etherCON to Quad 3-Pin XLRF

          $90.00

          Titan AV CAT Tail, etherCON to Quad 3-Pin XLRM

          $90.00

          Titan AV DMX Adapter 5-Pin(M) to 3-Pin(F)

          $18.00$20.00

          Titan AV DMX Adapter 3-Pin(M) to 5-Pin(F)

          $18.00$20.00

          6m DMX 3-Pin 110 Ohm Titan AV Cable

          $29.00

          3m DMX 3-Pin 110 Ohm Titan AV Cable

          $23.00

          Titan AV CAT Tail, etherCON to Quad 5-Pin XLRM

          $109.00

          Titan AV CAT Tail, etherCON to Quad 5-Pin XLRF

          $109.00

          10m DMX 3-Pin 110 Ohm Titan AV Cable

          $39.00

          1m DMX 3-Pin 110 Ohm Titan AV Cable

          $16.00$19.00

          2m DMX 3-Pin 110 Ohm Titan AV Cable

          $17.00$20.00

          10m DMX 5-Pin 110 Ohm Titan AV Cable

          $42.00

          6m DMX 5-Pin 110 Ohm Titan AV Cable

          $34.00

          20m DMX 3-Pin 110 Ohm Titan AV Cable

          $65.00

          3m DMX 5-Pin 110 Ohm Titan AV Cable

          $25.00

          1m DMX 5-Pin 110 Ohm Titan AV Cable

          $20.00

          What Does DMX Cable Stand For?

          DMX stands for Digital Multiplex, and a DMX lighting cable is named after the DMX512 protocol used for controlling professional lighting systems and fog machines.

          Can DMX Cable Be Used as XLR?

          Can I use DMX cable for audio? No, DMX cables should not be used as XLR. While DMX and XLR cables share physical similarities, attempting interchangeability can lead to issues. This is because DMX has a higher impedance (110 ohms) compared to XLR (75 ohms), leading to signal degradation.

          How to Tell the Difference Between XLR and DMX Cables?

          To distinguish between XLR and DMX cables, focus on their intended uses rather than the external appearance. XLR leads are designed for audio, while DMX leads are specific to lighting control. 

          Unless you’re holding a 5pin connector - which only DMX cables use - the 3pin DMX cable and 3pin XLR cable will look identical to your eye. Both share the same connectors and external appearance, but the internal differences are crucial.

          Can I Use XLR Cable for DMX?

          Technically yes, but you shouldn’t. Using XLR cables for DMX applications is not recommended. Attempting this interchange might result in flickering lights or signal loss, especially over longer distances or with multiple connections in the setup. It highlights the importance of using each cable for its intended purpose in audio or lighting setups.

          What Sets XLR and DMX Cables Apart?

          Are dmx and xlr cables the same? No. XLR cables, are used for professional audio equipment like microphones and mixers. On the other hand, a DMX lighting cable, despite using XLR connectors, is distinctly named for their specialised role in lighting control.

          What to Expect When Mixing XLR and DMX?

          Connecting XLR and DMX together won't cause equipment damage, but it can result in signal degradation. Factors like cable distance, the number of connections, and the ratio of XLR to DMX connections influence the odds of signal loss or degradation. It's crucial to prioritise the appropriate cable type for each application to ensure optimal performance.

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