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BTPA is my fav place to get cables. I use these pretty much exclusively:

https://btpa.com/Guitar-Line-Level/High-Definition/

Proper made, sounds great, durable, decent pricing, plus you get to choose connectors, length, cable ... etc.



I like how they provide the capacitance rating... 20 pF / foot

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Fri Nov 08, 2019 12:21 pm
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lester wrote:
For quality and relatively inexpensive - bulk Belden 9778 plus some g&h ends and solder em up.
Or if you don't mind spending - Vovox Sonorus


I have a Vovox cable. I thought it sounded ok until I realized it's microphonic. Slap it against the ground and it makes noise.

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Really? Never experienced that with them. I have a Cardas that if you shake it around you can hear a little noise...great sounding cable though otherwise. Never heard that with either Vovox(protect a or Sonorus) I've had. Absolutely quiet, absolutely killer both of them.
What do you have exactly?


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lester wrote:
Really? Never experienced that with them. I have a Cardas that if you shake it around you can hear a little noise...great sounding cable though otherwise. Never heard that with either Vovox(protect a or Sonorus) I've had. Absolutely quiet, absolutely killer both of them.
What do you have exactly?


Like which Vovox? I don't know, when I bought it I think it was the Sonorus line. They seem to have changed their branding slightly so who knows. Now I just use bulk Mogami cable and solder up my own plugs. I'm not paying $200 for some freakin' cable lol...

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I use a wireless and don't have a problem at all.

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iggs wrote:
BTPA is my fav place to get cables. I use these pretty much exclusively:

https://btpa.com/Guitar-Line-Level/High-Definition/

Proper made, sounds great, durable, decent pricing, plus you get to choose connectors, length, cable ... etc.


yeah I buy stuff from them all the time, like the specialty cables for my racks etc. Never tried their guitar cables though.

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FourT6and2 wrote:
lester wrote:
Really? Never experienced that with them. I have a Cardas that if you shake it around you can hear a little noise...great sounding cable though otherwise. Never heard that with either Vovox(protect a or Sonorus) I've had. Absolutely quiet, absolutely killer both of them.
What do you have exactly?


Like which Vovox? I don't know, when I bought it I think it was the Sonorus line. They seem to have changed their branding slightly so who knows. Now I just use bulk Mogami cable and solder up my own plugs. I'm not paying $200 for some freakin' cable lol...

I got mine for under a hundred. I think they're normally around 130.
But on the microphonic thing, that doesn't sound right, Vovox's own words - high purity polymers; shielded; optimally protected against microphonics.
I'd think they'd probably swap it out for you.


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Every cable in my signal chain is Mogami. Tough as nails, very neutral sounding wire.

You can't go wrong with Mogami terminated with Neutrik plugs and jacks.

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iggs wrote:
BTPA is my fav place to get cables. I use these pretty much exclusively:

https://btpa.com/Guitar-Line-Level/High-Definition/

Proper made, sounds great, durable, decent pricing, plus you get to choose connectors, length, cable ... etc.


I didn’t even think of them. I had them make the cables for my switcher. Solid stuff.

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