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Old 27th November 2003, 12:32 AM   #11
usekgb is offline usekgb  United States
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I use both quite often in the pro-audio business. For microphone cables, and balanced interconects I usually use the Mogami Star Quad cable (I forget the number, but it's the bigger gauge one). For unbalanced analog, I use Canare GS-6, and for digital, I usually use Canare LV-77. The main reason I use these is they are of excellent quality, and I have spools of them at work. I could use more expensive cables, but I don't think the performance gains are worth the steep increase in pricing over what I'm using now.

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Old 8th May 2006, 03:15 AM   #12
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Originally posted by usekgb
I see one big problem with the Mogami Coax speaker cable.......shielding. This creates a capacitive load down the length of the cable and acts like a high pass filter. Does anyone find anything wrong with this? For an affordable cable that sounds great, try the Canare 4S11. This is a quad 14 gauge cable. By wrapping two pairs together, you get two conductors at 11 gauge each. I have been using this configuration for a while now, and I am quite happy with it. The bass response is amazing! High end clarity is excellent as well.


I can not agreed more great sound for very low price.

I got mine from www.bayviewtech.com.au (great mel supplier) $5.5 per meter
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