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pro snake TPA 1003 MB


Professional Adaptor Cable

  • From XLR male to stereo jack female
  • Black metal connectors with gold contacts
  • Length: 0.3 m
Available since April 2011
Item number 259699
Sales Unit 1 piece(s)
Connector 1 XLR 3-pol male
Connector 2 Jack 6,3mm TRS female
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82 Reviews

Another excellent product (even if only a cable)
Martin663 18.08.2013
A brief intro to explain the reasons for purchase (and why its the same review for each item):

I currently use a rack system with items gathered over the years. To "control" this I have put together a pedal board comprising of a midi controller, 2 stereo volume pedals and an expression pedal. I purchased a number of cables from Thomann in order to connect the rack to the pedal board. These are:

Cordial CFM 6,0 VV
(Stereo cable used to connect the expression pedal from the board to the multi effects unit)

the sssnake MPP4060
(4 mono connectors to connect ach of the volume pedal outs to the mixer in the rack)

pro snake TPA 1003 MB (x4)
(Rack mixer has XLR (4) and jack (2) ins, these allow me to be flexible as to where I plug into the mixer and provide a bit of future proofing)

the sssnake SK366-6-Blk Midi
(Midi to connect the midi controller to multi effects for patch changing)

the sssnake SMP6BK
(Output from wireless receiver in rack to pedal board volume pedal)

In order to make my own multicore I used spiral wrap to keep them all together. The beauty here is that I was able to find cables of the same length as opposed to having to "adjust" one or two in order to fit. So far I've had no issue with any of the items, all are solid and well made. Have gigged a few times with my "multicore" and had no issues so far (except finding somewhere for the excess in small spaces! - my own fault). Obviously a big thing with cables is noise/signal loss etc. but I certainly haven’t noticed any detrimental effects to my sound/tone.

I've started using Thomann for most things recently and one thing I have noted is the consistent quality of the products (regardless of manufacturer) which points to the fact that they are hot on providing excellent quality gear. Long may it continue :))


Good and not good
Citizenfour 11.10.2021
They are not good at all. The inputs dont make good contact. These are the worst adapters i ever used. And this is sad because Thomann doesn't make other ones. Or maybe i have a bad batch. I must buy a few more and test them. If those are good i will change my review about these.


Put simply - very good value
Tromboneman 19.04.2020
As a adaptor cable, it is solidly built and so far, has proved very reliable, with well-soldered connections and adequate strain relief. Would definitely buy again.


Great Idea For Adaptor!
John658 07.07.2013
This is an extremely usefull adapter to have especially if your using a multicore and need jack to xlr's! had many a gig with last minute frantic chopping/joining of leads and this makes life easier!