www.interlinkhouse.com They do Stealth Cables XLR>RCA or vice versa. Call Serguei Timachew he will sort out what you need.
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Or....any manufacturer will make whichever model cable you prefer with the ends that you like! Also...there are "adapters" that you can purchase that convert RCA to XLR. I believe that Cardas makes one. I just bought an XLR (source) to RCA (amp) from www.fatwyre.com.....they made me one from Wireworld eclipse CHEAP!!! and had it to me in 5 days. I bought a cheapie because it is for my headphone amp. I think too much of my equipment to use an adapter (adapters seem to go against the "simple circuit" theory behind high end audio), however, I know high-enders that do use adapters with no/litte degredation.
If your sub is a long way away or has a potential ground loop (ie plugged into a different electrical circuit) you should would be best to use a transformer to convert from single ended to balaced. Then run an inexpesive balanced line to your sub. The transformer will balance your line and match the typical impedence of a balanced line. This will reduce potential ground loops and you will benefit from the common mode noise rejection provided by a balanced circuit. Blue Circle, Rane, and a bunch of companies that specialize in studio or professional audio make them. For a subwoofer appication you don't have to spend a lot.