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Stereo Mini Jack to Mono 1/4" Jack Lead. 3.5mm Mini. Ipod / Amp Cable. Van Damme

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 A top quality lead for connecting your iPod or device to a mono amplifier such as a Guitar Amp. The cable sums together the stereo signal into one mono signal line.


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 A top quality lead for connecting your iPod or device to a mono amplifier such as a Guitar Amp. The cable sums together the stereo signal into one mono signal line.

These are tour grade components from Van Damme and Neutrik. Van Damme cable is used extensively by Abbey Road Studios and the BBC and utilises Ultra Pure Oxygen Free Copper to carry the signal and a tightly wound tin plated copper for the outer screen. Neutrik connectors are the bench mark of quality in the Pro-Audio market, you will not find better.

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Silver is the better conductor however gold is highly resistant to corrosion so is favoured for its durability.

 

Additional Information

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Cable Capacitance Core to screen pF/m 95 nominal
Cable Resistance Conductor Ohm/Km <85
Cable Conductor Bare silver plated UPOFC wire, Stranding 7 x 0.10mm + Bare UPOFC wire, Stranding 21 x 0.10mm
Cable Screening -
Cable Jacket Material Flexible PVC/Neoprene composite. Overall diameter 5mm
Overall Diameter -
Brand.... Van Damme
Application.... Tour & Studio Grade
Terminated with.... TRS Jack to TRS Jack
Metal Type.... Gold Plated
Poles 3 Pole
Works with.... Mono Jack, 3.5mm Mini Jack
Special Attribute No
Core Count.... N/A
Wireless System No
Boot Colour N/A

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