03.08.2006 08:00 AM
Gepco ships X-Band mic cable


The new X-Band microphone cable uses a video-grade foam dielectric and cables the pairs with a tight and precise twist to significantly reduce capacitance.

Gepco International has begun shipping its new X-Band microphone cable. The new flexible, high bandwidth microphone cable series has been specifically designed for use in critical recording studio facilities or live sound venues.

Sonically transparent, the X-Band cables have a wide frequency response and exceptional RF/EMI noise rejection. These attributes are achieved by using a video-grade foam dielectric that significantly reduces the capacitance, as well as cabling the pairs with a tight and precise twist. Conductors are made from finely stranded, oxygen-free copper to maximize conductivity and protect against corrosion. To shield and provide additional noise rejection, each pair is shielded with a dense 95 percent copper braid.

For more information, visit www.gepco.com.

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