Mogami 2549

Mogami NEGLEX type 22AWG (2549)

Mogami NEGLEX type 22AWG (2549)

Balanced Microphone Cable
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The 2549 Balanced Microphone Cable has been designed using Mogami's NEGLEX Oxygen-Free-Copper to provide the highest quality audio reproduction in any recording application. It features #22AWG conductors and lower capacitance than Mogami quad cables. The served shield and twisted pair construction is excellent at preventing noise caused by electromagnetic interference. This cable is recommended when high frequencies are important and where long cable runs are needed. It is lower cost and easier to terminate than quad cables and has an overall diameter of 6mm. Available in black only.

• Designed using  NEGLEX Oxygen-Free-Copper 
• #22AWG conductors 
• Served shield and twisted pair construction
• Overall diameter 6mm

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