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VGA cable USE – Projector and laptop
3.5 mm cable Male to male 3.5mm stereo cable, TRS 3.5mm connector, Audio Jack, jack plug, headphone jack USE – Projector, Ipod, Speakers,
Guitar Lead/ ¼ inch jack to jack USE – Guitar amps
XLR cable, male to female/Mic Leads USE – All Sound events, Microphones, Sound desk, PA system Three Pins
XLR to ¼ inch Adaptor USE – you don't have enough Mic leads, but all of the XLRs
XLR to 1/4inch Cable/Mic Lead USE – Microphones, sound desks
XLR to 3.5mm Lead USE – Small Microphones, Boom microphone
3.5mm to Dual XLR Patch Cable/Cable to connect my ipod/laptop to the Soundesk for Bursary Awards USE – Magical cable of awesomeness
¼ inch to 3.5mm Adaptor 3.5mm to ¼ inch Adaptor
DMX Cable USE – Lighting. Does not belong with sound! Five Pins
RCA Audio/phono to 3.5 mm cables Use: Old and outdated, but still everywhere
RCA to 3.5 mm Adaptor Use: Awesome, makes proper audio cables
VGA adaptor for Macs
DVI Cables Use: Visual, older versions of VGA cables, sometimes still relevant - provides optional compatibility with the VGA interface
HDMI Cables Use: The Big Screen in the Hub
Speakon Cables Use: Monitors (Specific Sound Equipment)
Fire Wire Use: Data Transfer – Uploading Camera footage to Mac
USB Cables Use: Consumer electronics, camera charges, card readers, printers, scanners, storage...etc
Kettle Lead Use: Almost everything needs a kettle lead for power
Figure 8 Cable USE - Or a figure 8 Cable (like the Socsbox MiniFridge)
13 Amp 16 Amp 15 Amp
Amp jumps, adaptors and extensions
Wikipedia is awesome
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The larger end goes into the VGA port (pictured above) and the smaller one goes into the headphone jack.
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