On the surface, nothing could be easier than just getting an audio signal from one place to another – no amplification, no conversion of mechanical energy to electrical energy or vice-versa. But the truth is, every cable must transfer a complex, multi-octave signal without losing, changing or coloring any of the information carried in that signal. Unfortunately, ordinary guitar cables — even the so-called premium ones — just don’t have the capability to do their intended job without major signal degradation. The serious electrified musician has been left without a viable alternative — until now.
Microphone and Balanced Studio Cables