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Vovox Link Protect S - XLR-F to XLR-M 3.5M - Balanced Shielded

by Vovox
£115.00 inc. vat
£95.83 ex. vat
SKU RVOV61002
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Vovox Link Protect S 6.1002

This 3.5 meter Vovox Link Protect S 6.1002 is a pro male to female XLR cable with Balanced Shielded. This cable is made using oxygen-free high purity SPOFHC copper. Vovox link sound conductors are covered with two layers of high-tech polymer. Although plastics are not directly involved in the signal transmission, they do have an effect on the sound quality.

Vovox Link Protect S Features

High-grade conductor material
The selection of the right conductor material is crucial for the sound. The basis of Vovox link sound conductors is silver-plated solid-core conductors made from oxygen-free high purity SPOFHC copper. Because silver has an even better conductivity than copper, the current density is additionally enhanced in the important surface boundary.

Ultra-pure polymers
Vovox link sound conductors are covered with two layers of high-tech polymer. Although plastics are not directly involved in the signal transmission, they do have an effect on the sound quality. Vovox doesn't use any PVC. Only ultra-pure plastics without plasticizers are used. Even the use of colour pigments is avoided.

Additional conductor for ground
The conductors within a cable must fulfil several functions. The shield has the main function of protecting the signal conductor from interference. In most cables, the shield is also used as the return signal conductor. Vovox consequently separates these functions. This may be a more complex construction, yet it results clearly in better sound quality.

Arrangement of conductors
Current induces electromagnetic fields encircling every conductor. If the distance between two conductors is too small, interactions and interferences are created. The result is an audible loss of sound quality. As a consequence, the conductors are arranged at well-defined, relatively large distances.