Category Archives: The Cables

The Battle Of The Cables: Paracord Vs Nylon

When it comes to charging your devices, you want to make sure you have a cable that can withstand whatever life throws your way. That’s why we’re pitting paracord against nylon in this battle of the cables. Both are tough, both are durable, but only one can be the winner. Let’s find out which one is right for… Read More »

The Different Types of Cables That Connect to an Internal Hard Drive

IDE/PATA, SATA, and SCSI are the three basic categories of hard drive data cables. Personal computers frequently have IDE (Integrated Drive Electronics) drives, also referred to as PATA (Parallel AT Attachment) drives. There are a few different types of cables that can connect to an internal hard drive. The most common type is IDE, which stands for Integrated… Read More »

XLR Splitters – What They Are and How to Use Them

XLR splitters are cables that are used to connect one XLR signal to two sources or inputs. This can be useful if you want to connect two inputs of an amplifier from one (mono) signal or split your signal to go to two separate mixers (main mixer and monitor mixer). In this blog post, we’ll take a closer… Read More »

Can you connect 2 Ethernet cables together?

Ethernet cables are commonly used to connect computers and other devices to the internet. They are also used to connect devices to each other, such as printers and routers. In most cases, each device will have its own Ethernet cable. However, there may be situations in which it is necessary to connect three or more devices together. This… Read More »

How to Connect Outdoor Speakers to TV?

How do you connect outdoor speakers to your TV? It depends. Will the TV be outdoors as well? How far away is the nearest power source? Is it a generator at the park or a few feet away at your backyard?