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  • features
  • With this cable tester you can check cables with following connectors: 6.3mm TRS Jack, DIN connector, RCA (Phono, RCA), XLR (microphone cable-male/female), Speakon 4Pin
  • LED’s confirm each conductor continuity and connection
  • Rugged, compact, metal construction for long life and reliability
  • 6-Way Switch for selecting connections to be tested
  • Powered by a 9-V block battery


Part Number: CT5

  • 1/4 inch TRS(6.3mm Jack)
  • DIN connector
  • Cinch (Phono, RCA)
  • XLR (microphone cable-male/female)
  • Speakon 4Pin


Build to be Tough
Built in a strong, compact metal casing, Silverlite Cable Tester is made to last, and is a great long-term solution to help keep your audio set-up running smoothly.

Supports the Most Used Cable Types
With support for the most common cable types in the sound recording industry, Silverlite Cable Tester is your go-to for making sure your next performance goes off without a hitch. Or, you can do a little house cleaning and throw out any cable that's no longer working.

LED Indicator Shows You Which Pins Are Working
With just a turn of the dial you can test if each pin on your cable is working properly. The LED panel features 6 indicators that let you know if your cable has full continuity and which pins are functioning or broken. That way you can repair any broken pins or purchase a new cable while you still have time.

How to start

How to Start

Step 1: Install the battery
Insert a 9V battery in the battery compartment of the cable tester. Press the drawer of the tray upword and pull it out. If necessary, use a flat screwdriver to pry the drawer out of the tray.

Step 2: Check the battery
Set the rotary switch of the cable tester all the way to the right to the "battery check" position. If this LED lights up strongly, then the battery is fine. If the LED only lights dimly, then the battery is low and should be replaced soon.

Step 3: Test
Connect both ends of your cable to the cable tester and set the rotary switch to position1. With an intact cable, both the top (orange) as well as the lower (green) LEDs will light up. This means that pin 1 of the cable in the left socket is connected to pin 1 of the cable connector in the right socket. The same operation with other pins.

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