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Cordial CLS 225 TT
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Cordial CLS 225 TT

Cable by the Meter from Cordial .

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Cordial CLS 225 TTPublished on 04/29/13 at 01:47
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Cable primarily used to connect active monitor speakers to an acquisition card in a home studio. We remain in the very low range in the field of speaker cable. In Hi-Fi, cable 40 meter € is something very classic, but we are in the realm of the irrational and completely unreasonable prices. In-Home studio, however, we are far from the high fidelity and requirements therefore are not at the same level. This cable is therefore the case, especially as the internal speaker wiring in active monitoring is most often done with very low end. Useless to think hopefully improve sound reproduction investing heavily in cable coming upstream. We can nevertheless judge the intrinsic quality of the......
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Cable primarily used to connect active monitor speakers to an acquisition card in a home studio. We remain in the very low range in the field of speaker cable. In Hi-Fi, cable 40 meter € is something very classic, but we are in the realm of the irrational and completely unreasonable prices. In-Home studio, however, we are far from the high fidelity and requirements therefore are not at the same level. This cable is therefore the case, especially as the internal speaker wiring in active monitoring is most often done with very low end. Useless to think hopefully improve sound reproduction investing heavily in cable coming upstream. We can nevertheless judge the intrinsic quality of the Cordial cable by connecting it between a guitar amplifier and an external speaker. When compared with the original cable generally comes with amp heads (incredibly low-end and whatever the brand of the head), it provides a significant improvement. Moreover, it can be found in / cable assembled in € 15 for a length of 50 meter jack. The calculation is done quickly: if you assemble its own connection jacks with good tips, it will be pulled to 3 times cheaper!
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  • Manufacturer: Cordial
  • Model: CLS 225 TT
  • Category: Cables by the Meter
  • Added in our database on: 04/28/2013

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