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110Ω AES/EBU (XLR) Evidence Audio's The Lyric HG Cable

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YES! The Lyric HG is rated for 110 Ohm Digital Data Transfer brought to the market first by Geistnote!

Terminated with Neutrik AES/EBU connectors containing circumferential shield contacts, provide excellent RF-protection to transmit digital audio signals efficiently and reliably. The gold contact connectors are designed for maximum RF-protection, have a XCCR coding ring to indicate digital AES signal, and features a coaxial ground spring and a coaxial hex crimp ferrule at the cable entrance for proper and reliable transition of the shield to the shell. Pair this up with Geistnote's Evidence Audio Melody S/PDIF,BNC!

Evidence Audio The Lyric HG™ Information

Evidence Audio ranks the Lyric HG Microphone Cable among the best cable they offer. The combination of high-grade IGL copper conductors and solid core primary conductors means the Lyric HG offers up smooth midrange and highs with clarity and focus that reveal the harmonic detail and articulation. The mic cable's 20 AWG conductor size is large enough to communicate punch and authority, yet small enough to preserve a sense of air and delicacy. The symmetrical design of the Lyric HG cable allows dynamics to scream from the quietest of backgrounds without using the shield to carry your signal.

Other design benefits include conductive skins applied to the positive and negative runs for reduced microphonics with high gain amps, high-density copper braid shield to ensure a clean signal to your amp, and woven nylon jacket for increased flexibility and protection during stage use.

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    Lyric HG Cable AES/EBU

    Posted by Alexi on Apr 29th 2023

    The Lyric Cable AES/EBU is an excellent cable choice, consistent in sound projection with many of the audio cables from Evidence Audio. And Kevin Geist, as always, does a fantastic job assembling the connectors and the overall packages.