Pro Audio Speaker Cables Mogami 3082
Probably the best and most popular pro audio Speaker cable in the world designed to meet 1/4 phono plug, TS Speakon and XLR audio connectors. Its Coaxial Design is used to provide as large a conductor size as possible, which results in the following features:
• Large conductor size of 2.0mm (close to #14AWG) despite small OD of 6.5mm (0.256″). (Same conductor size for both internal and external (shield) conductors.)
• Extremely low induction from outside and affection to outside.
• Suitable impedance as speaker cable.
• Better sound quality than quad nor regular parallel configuration.
“I was stunned by how dramatically the coaxial 3082 speaker cable affected the sound of my NS-10Ms. I was using good wire before but the improvement the 3082 made was not subtle. The speakers sounded noticeably louder and the response more natural and extended. I had no idea speaker cable could be so significant. Thanks so much for a great solution and
a wonderful improvement on my monitoring!”
Tech Specs: http://www.mogamicable.com/category/bulk/speaker_cable/pure_sound/
Offered Unterminated or Terminated using the industries best NeutrikSpeakonsor XLR or TS Gold termination on both ends as need be
• We offer custom termination for this cable using our patented 24k real gold 3-micron gold plated TS connectors, XLR or SpeakON connectors. This termination gives the best flexibility to the user and ensures to oxidation of copper which tends to take place in the case of using bare wire
• All our custom made cables are professionally soldered with a Proprietary 4% Silver solder blend, we also use a specially developed, Proprietary Nitrogen-Assisted soldering process that is unique to us, which exceeds the highest industry standards, the overall integrity of the solder joints are greatly improved in comparison to traditional soldering processes.
• The cable is a CO AXIAL configuration and hence is not like a regular 2 core cable, hence when bananas are used heat-shrink needs to be used to cover one core
There’s a reason why Mogami is called “The Cable of the Pros.” Virtually every major recording facility is wired with Mogami, which means that just about any music you listen to has passed through Mogami somewhere in the recording chain—from Fleetwood Mac to Foo Fighters, from Prince to Pearl Jam, and countless others.
Why do so many discriminating artists and studios choose Mogami over other cable brands? It’s simple. Mogami is unmatched for accuracy, extremely low noise, ease of installation, flexibility, and superior quality. Professionals and enthusiasts alike rave about the amazing clarity and silent background of Mogami—technicians swear by it, not at it.
Mogami has always had a relentless devotion to quality, integrity and ethical business practices. Every foot of Mogami cable is made in Nagano, Japan under the direct supervision of the company founder who continues to work every day. Comprised of true craftsmen, Mogami refuses to compromise quality for cost savings, and never copies the work of others. In today’s global economy, it’s often difficult to track who really makes a branded cable or other products. Unlike such brands, Mogami completely controls its design and manufacturing process and will never use a “silent partner” factory. Each product is certified to meet very rigid specifications, which are published and verifiable. There are no “secret ingredients” or mysticism attached to the performance of our products. Mogami is also dedicated to responsible manufacturing and was the first cable factory to meet RoHS requirements for everything they make.
• Mogami uses only pure OFC (Oxygen Free Copper) for the best signal transmission, as well as XLPE (cross-linked polyethene) insulation for high dielectric strength and dimensional stability.
• We could fill a book with specs but in the end, it comes down to the purist philosophy that runs through every Mogami cable. It’s why Mogami is a top choice for studio professionals and touring bands everywhere.
• Every foot of Mogami cable is proudly manufactured in Nagano, Japan.