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Dreammer Dreammer

«  Ideal for a first home studio enthusiast whose wiring is not her PRIORITIES »

Publié le 05/16/10 à 02:40
11 cables I use this brand for 5 years to save my battery.
Positives:
- Price
- Length of cable
- The correct
Negatives points:

After 5 years, 2 cables of 11 and have not lach OPGs.
The connectors are involved and not the cable.

a. 3-pin connectors are fragile
b. creates a play between the pins of the cable and the microphone
c. Aprsdmontage, welds seem correct
How do you report qualitprix?
Very correct to building a first home studio enthusiast, with a sound all the same correct cable for 6.50 euros. But if you have a little more money Do not hesitate to invest in more expensive cables.
With exprience, you do again this election?

The answer is yes but for a first down cot Home Studio (not for too much money, a choice must be beginners in the hardware).

After having compared the quality of its manufacturing and especially with more expensive cables, it is clear that 5 years after my Answers to is not.

The output level and sound reproduction are more important and rich on more expensive cables ... and it really means!
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