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Mogami Gold Series High Definition AES/EBU Cable (XLRM to XLRF, 12 Foot)

Mfr #: GOLD-AES-12


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With sound quality equal to the most exotic, high-end audiophile cables in the world, Mogami Gold AES/EBU adheres to the strict 110 ohm Audio Engineering Society/European Broadcast requirements and is impedance-matched for precise data transmission. Performing flawlessly even in runs up to 1000 feet, Mogami AES/EBU uses bare copper conductors and our signature shielding for extremely low capacitance. Mogami AES/EBU patch cables are so well designed, they are often used as very high end analog interconnects.

Made with Mogami Neglex Quad cable and gold connectors, Mogami studio accessory cables are the finest you can buy for neutral tone and noise rejection. These cables use ¼” balanced plugs and are also extremely popular for powered speakers.

A good quad cable is critical in any environment with high levels of RF and EM noise, especially in today's wireless world. Quad cables use double conductors and are far more effective (15 dB more effective) than standard balanced cables in canceling noise that can creep past even the best shield.

Specifications for some AES cables, especially for capacitance, can look very attractive for analog transmission. However, the materials and design of many AES cables don't perform well in high performance analog transmission. Mogami Gold AES cable is designed with the same type of shielding and conductors as our world renowned analog cables, in a special low capacitance version that fully meets the stringent AES requirements. Gold AES will perform exceptionally for the most demanding high end analog recording and monitoring where transparency, detail and frequency extension are critical.