This is Mogami's Gold Studio 1/4" TRS-Female XLR cable which was designed to provide a wide frequency response, high cancellation of hum and noise, and an increase in dynamic range. Mogami cables have... Read More
This is Mogami's Gold Studio 1/4" TRS-Female XLR cable which was designed to provide a wide frequency response, high cancellation of hum and noise, and an increase in dynamic range. Mogami cables have been revered by audio professionals for almost 50 years. They are undeniably one of the standards in music recording and post production facilities worldwide. Virtually every major recording facility in the world is wired with Mogami cable. Famous for their accuracy, extremely low noise, and remarkable flexibility, top engineers rave about the amazing clarity and silent background they get with their Mogami cables. Now it's your turn to get that same level of professionalism.
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It's tempting to buy cheap cables when you are 20 years old, only to buy new ones every year, especially if you are actively playing out live. I had a mic cable go out live when I was the only one singing! After that I decided to go with higher quality cables all around. For guitar cables especially and mic cables I think going with higher quality like Mogami is the way to go. Buy once not 3 times.
I got this cable because I needed something to run a mic into the TRS mic input in my Kustom Sienna 30 acoustic amp. I admit I haven't played with it a lot yet, but when I turned up the level, the cable became extremely microphonic - that is it made noise every time I moved it. Even just brushing my finger against it. None of my cheap cables do this. It's not a huge deal because I'm just using the cable in a studio setting, but I was surprised that this happened given all the positive reviews I had read about Mogami cables. Overall, the cable sounds good and provides good clarity when you're not moving it, but personally I think it was a waste of money and if I hadn't thrown away all the packaging I would be returning it.
I was recording my acoustic guitar with a monster cable at first (the Performance 500 series), and my guitar sounded so bad and muddy. NOT how it sounded unplugged. At first I really thought it was my guitar, but I wanted to make sure. So i returned the monster cable and got this Mogami. All I can say is WOW MY GUITAR SOUNDS SO GOOD. Mogami is no my choice of cable. Don't bother with cheap cables, because it really does make a difference. You would think a mid price range cable will do the job, it won't.
I purchased this cable to replace an angled guitar cable by Monster. The Monster cable exhibited hissing and cracking. The Mogami was clear as a bell no humming no hissing no cracking. I unplugged it and re-plugged it, nothing but crystal clarity. My Ibanez Acoustic guitar and I are happy campers. Forget about the cost just buy it. Lifetime warranty but you won't need it.I think the secret maybe in the XLR connectors,or Mogami is just good............ Jazz and rock I purchased the 20'one its great I hooked it to an Acoustic AG60 & AG15 amp.I'm jammin man.
Great cable. Significantly improved the output on my mic. I was plugged into a M1212 studio bard in my PC and had to crank the gain all the way up with unsatisfactory results with a "get by" cable. I decided to spring for the Mogami and I am glad I did. I brought that gain down to normal and it really brought out the best in my mic. You really hurt yourself when you skimp on cables. I am very pleased with this product
With Mogami Gold cables you are guaranteed to never have a bad connection. Even if you do just go back to the store and walk out with a new one. the clarity and quality of these cables are unbeatable. Mogami's quad technology provides the cleanest signal possible. bottom line is splurge for one of these cables and love it for life.
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