Open Box Asterope
It's easy for a musician to get excited about his or her gear; there's no doubt about that. No one would think twice about us gushing over the latest amplifier or guitar. But there's another important thing that shouldn't be overlooked in the excitement: cables. After all, these are the links between all that other amazing equipment. Asterope is a manufacturer that has gone a long way to demonstrate that all cables are not created equal. If you're not getting the cleanest signal from your cables, an upgrade to Asterope just might be the answer.
While it's true that cables are fairly standard things, this is a case where the devil is in the details. For starters, a higher standard for overall quality can make a difference. Better build quality and materials translate into cables that are easier to handle, fit more snugly, last longer, and deliver a signal with no deterioration. Asterope has hit the nail on the head with their uncompromising cable designs and ideas that just make sense. For example, most of their cables are directional, which allows Asterope's engineers to take signal direction into account to better optimize the internals of each cable.
Naturally, such attention to detail also means that the cables can be purpose-built to support very specific uses. Asterope's XLR cables, for instance, come in versions tailored to the stage and the studio. The instrument cables do, too, and these go one step further by offering different configurations of straight and right-angled connectors. With those choices, it's easy to get a cable that's perfect for the environment and layout you plan to perform in.
What it all comes down to is this: your audio signal isn't going anywhere without a cable to carry it. Just like any other piece of equipment, you should choose your cables carefully and use ones that are up to the task. Asterope delivers just that with these ultra-premium cables, perfect for professional use onstage and in the studio.