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How often have you experienced signal problems and wasted time checking equipment is plugged in, phantom power is turned on and performed all the other idiot checks, only to discover your cable is broken?
Failing to coil them correctly, dumping them in cases, pulling and tugging on them when they get caught and my personal hate, rolling heavy flight cases across them! Using the cable tester is a simple, quick and efficient way of checking your cables work first. Simply switch on the device, which is roughly the same size as a DI box. Plug both ends of the cable into it and check the LEDs on the front are showing the pins are correctly aligned.
The tester is capable of more than this one simple operation though. It will perform continuity tests, detect intermittent connections, detect the presence of phantom power and detect a grounded shield.
Because the device uses tones for testing it means you can pass it through other equipment and even across several links if you want to check a whole chain. Ideal for checking your multi-core runs, or permanently installed cables! It has LEDs on the front of the device which show you which pins are wired to what.
I tested it on numerous cables both known to be good, and a couple with known faults. It even picked up an intermittent fault on one of my cables I believed to be fine! It identified every cable that had a fault, telling me on which pin the problem was located. I will make sure the CT remains in my kit bag for a long time to come!
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