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We've picked up some cables around the studio and decided to look further into the details of how they would work with different instruments, in general we patched them up with Keyboards, Bass guitars and Electric guitars for a quick comparison.
(Retro Coil) - USA
3.Lava (ELC) - USA
At first glance
These cables look robust for serious audio work. The
cables are of thick construction, so we can be confident that they have ample
conductor volume to minimise losses and noise pickup while recording. The
jackets also feel durable and robust which ensures that these cables will
remain physically unharmed for many
The connector heads are also well constructed and
provide good contact with the majority of inputs out there. The Klotz and the
Vovox use Neutrik connectors. The Lavas use connectors from G&H Industries. Experienced purchasers of audio
cables know that these manufacturers of connectors
are some of the best there is in terms of quality and reliability.
Each cable has its own interesting feature. The Lava Retro Coil is already visually distinct from the others. The real sweet feature
is that the retro coil is the most flexible among the others,
providing a lot of mobility for the player should they be using it for guitar
and bass. The way it is coiled also allows it to be stretchable, allowing less
clutter should the player not require a lot of distance from the amp of
The standard Lava and Klotz are the most visually
discrete among the group, with a basic smooth jacket which gives it a standard
industrial look which serves
its purpose. The Vovox cable uses a woven jacket and has a braided groove along
its length, making it aesthetically pleasing.