MCM Electronics

Audio Cable Tester - Thirteen in One By Pyle (PCT60) MCM Part #555-12840

3 stars 3 reviews
$52.99 

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Audio Cable Tester

The PCT60 is an incredibly versatile 13-in-1 cable tester that quickly delivers accurate continuity information about many different kinds of cables. LED's on the unit confirm each conductor's continuity and connection. Also includes ground connection status check so you know the tester is accurate. Tests ¼' (TRS), 1/8' (3.5mm), XLR (3-pin and 5-pin), Speakon (4-pin and 8-pin), RCA, TT, Bantam, RJ45, USB-A, USB-B, DIN (3-pin, 4-pin, 5-pin, 7-pin, or 8-pin).

    Tests the following cables:
  • 1/4"
  • 3.5mm
  • XLR (three pin)
  • XLR (five pin)
  • Speakon (2 / 4 / 8 pin)
  • RCA
  • RJ45
  • USB-A and B
  • DIN (3 / 5 / 7 / 8 pin)
  • DIN (four pin)
  • Bantam TT
    Features
  • Enables Quick Convenient Continuity Cable Testing For All Type Of Cables
  • LEDS Confirm Each Conductor's Continuity and Connection
  • Switch for Selecting Connections to Be Tested
  • Includes Internal Battery and Ground Connection Status Check
  • Rugged, Compact, Metal Construction for Long life and Reliability
  • Requires two "AA" batteries, not included

Part Numbers
MCM Part #:555-12840
Pyle Part #:PCT60
Package Specifications & Dimensions
Weight:1.83 lbs.
Hazardous:No
RoHS Comp:Yes
Warranty:90 days
Need to Return?
Length:10 in.
Width:5.5 in.
Height:3 in.
Shipping Information
Extra Shipping Charge:No
Drop Ship:No

Product Reviews Top

  • by abneyba

    on 11/8/2016

    3 For The Shoop

    Overall: 4 out of 5
    Value:
    Quality:

    We run an AV shop and got 3 of these for the guys. Working good after 6 months.

  • by jwimsattadmin

    on 3/26/2013

    Followup Comment from MCM Staff

    Overall: 3 out of 5
    Value:
    Quality:

    The battery compartment for this item is somewhat snug. When batteries are inserted, it is easy to compress the (-) terminal against the spring to the point where the (+) terminal does not make contact, thus rendering the unit inoperative. After inserting the batteries, make sure both (+) terminals are resting against the contact in the battery holder, all will work fine.

  • by spearitsound

    on 3/21/2013

    two in a row were dead

    Overall: 1 out of 5
    Value:
    Quality:

    not a good sign...i'm looking elsewhere.