New York, NY (October 16, 2013)—Microphone manufacturer Telefunken Elektroakustik will debut its new line of microphone cables for stage and studio applications at the 2013 Audio Engineering Convention in New York City this week.
The cables feature quad high-strand count, oxygen-free copper conductors sealed in audiophile-grade, low-loss polyethylene insulators in an effort to assure sonic accuracy and clarity.
The Stage Series Microphone Cable has been engineered for use on live sound stages and in recording studios. Featuring cable conductors and shielding made from 100-percent copper wire, the SGMC-5R (5 meters with 90-degree right angle female XLR), SGMC-10R (10 meters with 90-degree right angle female XLR), and SGMC-10 (10 meters with straight XLR) cables are intended for lower profile applications around the drum set and percussion rig, as well as on vocals and instruments.
The Studio Series Microphone Cable is designed to transmit sound signals for studio and stage applications. Made in the USA by Accusound, the STMC-5 (5 meters / 16.2 feet) and the STMC-10 (10 meters /32.8 feet) XLR cables feature quad high-strand count, oxygen-free copper conductors sealed in an audiophile-grade, low-loss polyethylene insulator.