If you're going to use a microphone with JamKazam and an audio interface, then you'll need an XLR cable to connect your microphone to the audio interface. An XLR cable looks like the image below.

Aside from quality, the only thing to really consider with an XLR cable is the length of the cable you'll need. This will depend on your particular setup, in terms of where your microphone will be placed, and where your audio interface will be placed, and how much cable length is needed between those two points. 

Following are JamKazam's gear recommendations for XLR cables. To be clear:

  • JamKazam isn't selling these cables to you, and we don't have an interest in which stand you buy, so we don't have any conflict of interest or ulterior motive to push you in a particular direction. We are making recommendations to be helpful to our user community. Our hope is that we can help you spend less time conducting product research, save money on your purchases by getting a product with great performance combined with a lower price, and also get a good quality product that will last.
  • In the interest of full disclosure, JamKazam has set up an Amazon affiliate account, and the links to the products below use our affiliate code. This means that if you use the links in the tables below and buy any of these products, JamKazam will get a small % of the Amazon sale. The does not cost you anything, and it can help contribute a little money to helping us keep JamKazam running and improving. 

OK, so on to the actual XLR cables. In the table below, we list a couple of XLR cables that we've used and found to be good value and quality. 

XLR Cables

CableApprox. CostComments
GLS Audio 25-Ft USD$15
Amazon Link
XLR cable made by the company that also makes a couple of our favorite price/performance dynamic microphones.
Amazon Basics (Various Lengths)USD$10+
Amazon Link
XLR cable sourced by Amazon Basics, typically good value and quality.