Pulsar Cables Anyone?

Discussion in 'Accessories / Connections' started by nedjinski, May 5, 2005.

  1. nedjinski

    nedjinski Active Member

    Feb 26, 2005
    I came across this manufacturer of cables, snakes, adaptors, etc. Their prices are ridiculously cheap - like 60% less than even the lower priced companies like Hosa.


    So what's the catch?
    Is this stuff total crap that won't last a week? or are they just massively under cutting everyone else to get a piece of the pie?

    Has anyone had any experience with these cables, especially their XLR snakes?
  2. chrisp

    chrisp Guest


    I registered with rec.org just to reply to this ( i saw it while browsing). Pulsar cables were, for me, the WORST money I have ever spent. I am in the process of replacing them with real cables at the moment. Their Insert snakes (TRS to 2 TS) were never consistently wired correctly. I have had three 8 channel snakes crap out on me in a few months. Junk. Total Junk! Plus, they sound like hell. Fuzzy and muddy. They destroy the high end. I used to be one to think, "oh it doesnt' matter what cables I use." Then I heard real cables and almost had to change my shorts. I ripped those pulsars out so fast....
  3. ryanformato

    ryanformato Guest

    At first I thought they were fine too, but they started breaking within a month and I wouldn't invest in them anymore.
  4. HansAm

    HansAm Active Member

    Jun 4, 2005
    Do it like me!!! (lol) Buy your self 300ft of Klotz cable and start solding.
    After alot of different cables om now only using Proel, Klotz and Neutrik.
  5. axel

    axel Guest

    couldn't agree more on KLOTZ and NEUTRIK you can't beat the quality by no means and for no money... they sound more than superb, and last a lifetime, i have never seen 15 year old (plus) stage cables being "tortured" over the years and still working like new... that's Klotz.


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