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Studio Projects SPC-203X LITZ Microphone Cable

Studio Projects SPC-203X
Studio Projects SPC-203X
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Studio Projects SPC-203X LITZ Microphone Cable

The Studio Projects SPC-203X LITZ Microphone Cable is a 20 foot mic cable featuring LITZ cable construction for a wide bandwidth natural sound which results in a significant improvement in overall sonic quality!

The Studio Projects SPC-203X LITZ Microphone Cable is a XLR cable that features Litz cable construction. This means that each conductor strand is individually insulated. In most cables this is not the case, and without insulation the signal can randomly jump conductors in an uncontrolled manner. Distortion results in the phase and time domains, and although this may be difficult to measure, it can definitely be detected by the most sensitive of instruments, the human ear.

So, why not just use all Litz conductors of the same gauge, and leave it at that? Simply put, finer conductors tend to favor the high frequencies, and heavier conductors are better for the midrange and bass. The Studio Projects SPC-203X LITZ Microphone Cable uses a specifically engineered combination of heavy and fine gauge conductors, producing the most realistic balance throughout the frequency extremes. Combined with a Quad Balanced configuration for maximum rejection of noise, the Studio Projects SPC-203X LITZ Microphone Cable gives you a wide bandwidth, natural sound resulting in a significant improvement in overall sonic quality!

Studio Projects SPC-203X LITZ Microphone Cable Features

  • Hybrid Litz/Solid Core Construction for Maximum Resolution and Preservation of Sonic Detail
  • Proprietary Patent Applied for Construction
  • 99.99% Purity Oxygen Free Copper Conductors
  • Quad Balanced Construction for Maximum Noise Rejection, and Wide Bandwidth
  • Double Shielded for Maximum Freedom from Noise and Interference
  • Carbon Impregnated Dielectric for Low Microphonics
  • Corrosion Resistant Gold Plated Connector Contacts for Best Possible Connections
  • Precision Formulated PVC Jacket for Maximum Durability and Long Life
  • Polyethylene Dielectric Material for Low Loss and Superior Sound Quality

Studio Projects SPC-203X LITZ Microphone Cable Specifications

  • Type: XLR cable
  • Construction: Litz cable construction
  • Category: Accessory
  • Length: 20 foot
  • Capability: High frequency handling
  • Conductors: 99.99% Pure Oxygen Free Copper
  • Isolation: Double shielded
  • Dielectric: Carbon Impregnated
  • Connectors: Corrosion Resistant Gold Plated
  • Jacket: Precision Formulated PVC
  • Dielectric Material: Polyethylene Dielectric

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Excellent XLR Cable That Provides Higher Output July 13, 2015
Reviewer: Jude Tsang from Vancouver, BC Canada  
With this Studio Projects SPC-203X Litz XLR Mic Cable, I get higher output with the same gain level on my Allen & Heath ZED 12FX.  It is an excellent match with my AKG C414 XL-2 that gets 100% automatic upgraded now. It has exceptional airy high, warm mid, and solid but lively low.

However, the automatic gain may be too high for my Rode K2 with a vintage Telefunken Diamond Bottom NOS, and not as good for my Neumann TLM 107 with Neumann XLR cable.

In general, this XLR mic cable is an excellent choice for most handheld microphones, such as my Rode S1, Neumann KMS 105, and especially the Shure KSM-9.

I bought another six of this SPC-203X Litz mic cables at regular price after the trial.

I think, it should work great with my newly ordered ADK Z-MOD-67 as this is a low output tube condenser microphone.

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