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Evidence Audio Siren II Right-Angle Combo Speaker Cable
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The Siren II Right-Angle Speaker Cable will deliver your instrument's true tone with crisp clear sound. The IGL copper conductors open and extend you...Click To Read More About This Product
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The next generation of a expertly crafted cable.
The Siren II Right-Angle Speaker Cable will deliver your instrument's true tone with crisp clear sound. The IGL copper conductors open and extend your midrange and high frequencies without glare or etching. Solid core conductors preserve clarity and focus, helping reveal harmonic detail and articulation while an open-core design increases space between the conductors to reduce magnetic interaction. A polypropylene insulation holds the conductors rigid to minimize electro-magnetic modulation of the conductors. Their spiraled geometry delivers a dynamic and dimensional presentation and its durable PVC jacket provides flexibility while protecting the conductors.
IGL Copper conductors
Solid Core Conductors
15 awg Total Size
Durable PVC Jacket
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- Easy To Use
- Good Quality
- Improves Sound
- Cable is short and rigid
- Neutrik Plug is high quality, but large
Comments about Evidence Audio Siren II Right-Angle Combo Speaker Cable:
Instrument and speaker cables are a rabbit hole that you can easily get lost in. As a gigging musician, I find that durability is the most important thing when considering guitar/instrument cables. That being said, the only sonic differences I (personally) can find in INSTRUMENT cables are between a working one and a broken one. Gold plated, thick cable, all those things... I don't really notice any differences, even if they are there.
However, I noticed in my Fender combo amp that the SPEAKER cable is very thin, and it sat loose in the socket. It worked perfectly fine when it sat correctly, but any movement or touching it would produce noises. That's the last thing I ever want to worry about. Evidence Audio, although pricey, always has great reviews for any sort of cable they produce, so I jumped on the Siren II. The cable is very thick and rigid, but is very short, so you'll have to make absolute sure that it'll reach the speaker in your combo. I use a princeton (a compact combo amp), so it fit perfectly once I rotated the speaker.
I sought out a cable that would merely be a solid replacement to my old one. What I also found was that the sound improved. The amp immediately had more clarity. I was shocked to hear the difference because I've never heard changes in audio quality from switching cables. Maybe speaker cables are different... I sure as heck don't know. If you want some peace of mind and/or you need to replace your loose or broken cable, this is a solid investment. The better audio quality is also a plus, but I will say that if you're merely looking to make your amp sound better, upgrading the speaker cable is probably not worth the price.