skillet
Just wanted to ask Mark or anyone else who's in the know about XLR to RCA converters.  I own a Submersive HP sub and have a little connector (I think it came with the sub) that has XLR on one end and a female RCA on the other end that allows me to connect the Submersive to the sub-out jack of my receiver which is RCA.  It seems to work fine and I've never noticed any issues with the signal because of it.  My question is though, I've noticed that there are "higher end" XLR to RCA converters out there similar to this one (https://www.markertek.com/product/arx-ib-1/arx-ib-1-audibox-iso-balancer-stereo-rca-unbalanced-to-balanced-xlr) and wanted to know if these types of converters provide any advantage over the little $15 inline connector that I currently use.  Thanks.
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audioguy
Save your money.  The one Mark provides works as good as any you would buy elsewhere, even if the other one cost more.  Enjoy !!
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theJman
Agreed.  You never want to buy the cheapest cables, but the difference between good cables and very expensive ones is not worth the extra investment.  It's hard to imagine the one Mark gave you isn't more than sufficient for the task at hand.
Jim
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skillet
Just buy an XLR to RCA adapter on Amazon.  They're only about $10.
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