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Instrument Cables


When you're in the studio, every note matters. And so does every frequency. You need a cable that won't let you down and won't muck up your tone. The instrument cables for your studio is all you need to capture the finer nuances of your guitar, bass, keyboard, or electric fiddle. Its rock solid build quality and noise rejection make it perfect for live performance, too.

• Slick connectors are practically indestructible.

• These cables helps you retain your tone, with better shielding.

• Stunning colors to help organize in the studio or get you noticed on stage.

• Standard configuration includes one right angle end.

• A truly professional instrument cable for the serious musician.

These cables can serve as the audio bridge between different pieces of your studio hardware. These cables are highly versatile, carrying an analog signal via a standard 1/4" male connector plug on each end. They are used over and over in all parts of your studio and come in 2 types: Unbalanced & Balanced.

High or low-impedance line cables to be used?

For the most part, the source impedance is the deciding element in cable selection. Instrument cables are used for an extensive variety of sources. A number of keyboard instruments, mixers have less source impedances. Also, electric guitar or bass pickups are too inductive with high impedance sources. Regular load impedances are more noteworthy than 10,000 ohms, which confines the electrical current stream to a little sum on the request of a couple of thousandths of an ampere.

How much of power is carried by the cables?

The voltages experienced range from a couple of millivolts, for instruments like electric guitar, to levels more than ten volts conveyed by line-level sources, for example, mixers. By Ohm's Law this speaks to power levels of not as much as a thousandth of a watt.

How long should be the cable? Will a bigger cable last longer?

Keeping in mind the end goal to be perfect with standard 1/4-inch telephone plugs the distance across of the link is successfully restricted to a most extreme width of around .265". Bigger link distances across request bigger fitting barrels, which now and again won't fit jacks that are found near one another or in tight places. As far as both sound and strength, "it's not how enormous you make it, but rather how you make it enormous.


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