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BLUE Kiwi Microphone Cable
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The ultimate in quad mic cable design, the Kiwi cable uses hand-picked virgin proprietary materials. The quad design gives the cable an advantage whe...Click To Read More About This Product
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A superbly engineered cable for critical recording applications.
The ultimate in quad mic cable design, the Kiwi cable uses hand-picked virgin proprietary materials. The quad design gives the cable an advantage when trying to achieve the highest quality recording where exquisite tonal quality is of the utmost importance. 4 - 22AWG twisted-pair conductors and a 95% tinned, copper-braided shield eliminates electromagnetic interference and microphonic pickup. 20'.
- 22AWG twisted-pair conductors
- 95% tinned, copper-braided shield eliminates electromagnetic interference and microphonic pickup
- Recommended for use with Kiwi, Cactus, or Bottle mics
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I own a recording studio and have Kiwi, Mogami, Canare, and Monster 1000 Cables. Both Mogami and Canare cables are quad cable design and have their unique sonic personalities. The Kiwi is the most uncolored sounding cable out of the group while retaining the response over the full spectrum of frequencies. Whereas the Mogami has a bit more upper midrange bump and the Canare ehibits more high frequency and low frequency color and less midrange. The Monster 1000's is a combination of all the cables and sounds a bit more aggressive on all the frequencies without harshness.I really like using it on vocal channels and for any critical recording for the most transparent sound and would highly recommend it over the cranberry! Different preamps will definitely change the color of your recording so choosing the cable that compliments your recording setup is a great start to recording a hit!
I have heard great things about these cables and decided to buy two. When I hooked them up they both had excessive ac hum. Not one, but both. I tried different mics and different channels on the board and the cables were definetly the noise inducers. I beleive these cables are of good quality matterials and seem to be well constructed. However I want by them again unless I can try them on the spot.