Currently Being ModeratedFeb 7, 2013 5:52 AM (in response to NewToBass)Re: Multi-pin vs. Standard 1/4" cable ( ? )
Well... I guess I could have used Google first. From what I see upon a quick scan of some links, the TA4F is a "standard" connection with many wireless systems, and my GUESS is, you want to be able to utilize this belt-pack for as many types of input sources as you can leverage, hence a universal TA4F connection that can terminate to many different style plugs on the other end.
Also, per a link in a similar thread, apparently, one can buy a right-angle, 2' cord from Shure to replace the supplied Line 6 cord.
Forgive me, I am new to the world of stringed instruments and the gear that surrounds it, so this notion of a connection other than your typical 1/4", XLR or Speakon initially seemed foreign to me. Now (I think) I get it.
"As you were...!"
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 10, 2013 7:34 PM (in response to NewToBass)Re: Multi-pin vs. Standard 1/4" cable ( ? )
We also sell a premium right angle on our accessories website. If you have a favorite premium cable maker they should be able to make one up for you as well.
Try redco.com for instance.