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Old 7th July 2004, 06:40 PM   #11
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FMAK: I measured out to 1.5 MHz because that's the standard test we do with our own product. I can measure out further if you would like me to.

COOLIN: The Canare LV-61S is built like standard RG-59. It has a polyethylene dielectric covered by a copper braid, with a PVC outer jacket.

Now that I'm looking through a Canare catalog I have here at work, I notice that the L-4E6S cable used on the XLR cable is not 110 ohm cable. It is simply two twisted pairs used for microphones and other low-bandwidth signals. I'll have to see if I can find any 110 ohm cable and repeat the test.
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