I bought one of those 8-channel audio interfaces from Behringer last year, but at the time, I didn't realise it only had preamps built in to four of its inputs. A bit of a schoolboy error there, but one that was remedied with some luck on eBay, with a four channel preamp.
Now with the preamps in place, I needed leads to go from the preamps into the line-ins of my audio interface. A quick read of the instructions informed me that I would need stereo leads out of my preamps into my audio interface.
I scanned Thomann's website for the appropriate gear (Stereo patch leads - TRS) and I was pleasantly surprised at the low price of this bundle of six stereo patch leads.
I have no use for these leads, other than for them to link my preamps to my audio interface, for recording purposes, so this set will not see gigging life.
They have those horrible molded jack plugs, which I hate (they remind me of those rotten leads that used to be supplied with cheap gear in the 1980s); but given that they are only going to be in my "studio", my guess is that I will never need to go inside an perform surgery. In any case, these leads are so cheap, that I would probably just replace them anyway.
Please note: I have rated the quality as "very good" because I think that, even though they have molded plugs, they are in fact very good at what they are designed to do.
Recommended if you just need a cheap stereo patch lead (TRS). You get what you pay for; but I think that these will be more than fit for the task I intend to set them to.
Thomann has done it again! I wanted a cheap solution for my home-studio work and I got it here.