As a recording engineer, I’m only as good as the equipment I bring to a job, including my cables. These 1.5 meter XLR interconnects are shortened versions of the microphone cables I use when I record internationally touring jazz musicians at clubs and performance spaces all over the East Coast. Recordings I’ve made have been commercially released on CD and vinyl, on record labels in six countries.
I believe the cables I use have a lot to do with the crystal clear and transparent sound of my recordings, and they’ve made a significant improvement in my listening room, which features a Kuzma Stabi turntable, Meridian GO-2 preamp, Soundquest SQ-30 tube amp, and Von Schweikert VR4 speakers.
That's why I want to share my cables with audio enthusiasts like you who want high quality sound at a reasonable price.
These balanced interconnects are carefully constructed by hand, from 22AWG Canare L4E6S Starquad cable, and attached to industry standard Neutrik XLR connectors with gold plated terminals. Each cable is color coded, hand soldered, and wrapped in a handsome and lightweight braided jacket.
Add it all up, and what you have is a set of affordable, audiophile grade interconnects that sound as good, if not better, than fancy cables that cost 5 times the price of these, or more. As I said, they’ve made a huge improvement to my system, and I’m sure they’ll do the same for yours.