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Van den Hul The Second
Halogen Free XLR Cable
the music through the Van den Hul The Second XLR cable sounds airier and more accessible, with greater depth and width in staging terms, as well as displaying an extended, smoother and more linear tonal rangewith a sense of natural flow and rhythm.
When use the Second XLR cable you hear the music, rather than the audio system and its various components.
This is an engaging, honest interconnect that provides an open window on the music without enforcing any particular character.
THE SECOND ® (HALOGEN FREE)
|product category||interconnect - Balanced, Unbalanced, Analogue, Digital, Mid-range|
|product category||musical instruments cable|
|product category||microphone cable|
|cable type||Quadruple screened twin core (Balanced)|
|conductor material||Linear Structured Carbon ®|
|design purpose||Highest quality balanced interconnect / Audio interconnect; Tone arm to preamp (*); Professional recording; Electrical instrument cable; Long distance (balanced) low level signal transport ; AES-EBU digital interconnect (**)|
|eff conductor||- / - / LSC Cores: 12,000; Screen: 204|
|external diameter||7.3 mm.|
|resistance||Cores: ~36 Ohm/m.|
|capacitance||Core-core: 68 pF/m.|
|insulation||Cores: PE foam; Jacket: HULLIFLEX®/ 300 Vrms min.|
|connector types||Neutrik XLR; Neutrik 1/4" (6.3 mm.) Jack/Phone plug; Our RCA type C - 7.3; Custom mountable on ordered lengths.|
|standard sales units||Stereo pair packed with XLR (balanced) or RCA (unbalanced) connectors in 0.6, 0.8, 1.0, 1.2 and 1.5 m. lengths;
Single packed for AES-EBU digital audio interface purposes with XLR (balanced) connectors in 0.6, 0.8, 1.0, 1.2 and 1.5 m. lengths; For digital audio longer than 5.0m of The SECOND ® are not advised.
Other lengths: please consult your van den Hul dealer or the van den Hul distributor in your country.
|remarks||Connectors need to be factory mounted.
(*): For MM and high output MC cartridges.
(**): For short distances only and exhibits a good impedance mismatch reflection damping