|<Installation Series>||Microphone/Line Flex Cables|
|MBS Microphone Cable is
based on SUPRAs unique Nylon-screen concept.
The advantages of SUPRA Nylon-screened cables over ordinary braided cables are:
The tensile strength is 500N/50mm.
In accordance with a military flex test, a cable must pass 30,000 bending cycles without damage. After 90,000 bending cycles the test of the Nylon screened SUPRA MBS was concluded without any damage to the cable.
Air humidity does not influence the cables electrical properties.
The softness of the Nylon screen in combination with other design parameters makes for a quiet cable, free from microphonics.
MBS Microphone Cable
A non-compromise design, both mechanically and electrically. Negligable microphony, high noise rejection, low capacitance, high flexibility, high bending strength. The best mic and instrument cable.
Application examples: Microphone, guitar.
Tips and Tricks:
You can easily test the microphony of a cable: Plug the cable into the mixer with the other end of the cable open, without anything connected. Turn up the volume and listen to how sensitive the cable is when you touch it, tap it and move it, or slap it against a base floor, as occurs with mic/guitar cables.
|Swift XLR Connectors
The patented SUPRA Swift has several advantages over other XLR connectors:
No looseable screws. Only one retained screw.
Nothing to slip onto to the cable before soldering.
Strain relief: The screw serves also as a clamp and since it is placed at a considerable distance from the aperture there will be no bending forces on the cable at the clamping point.
Swift 3F XLR Light and
Swift 3M XLR Light
3 -pole Female and Male. Also available with gold plated pins, in set, on page 41. Patented by Tommy Jenving.
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