DB25 – DB25 Analog 8 Way
VanDammeDB25 Serial 25 Pin wired to DB25 Serial 25 Pin Multicore 8 Way/Channels
This cable is suitable for sound interfaces & mixing consoles, summing outboard gear, Outboard Gear & patch bays like…UAD Apollo, SPL Mixdream, Allen & Heath, Metric Halo, Motu, Focusrite, Antelope, API, Avid, Lynx, etc. These cables are made with gold plated connectors, VanDamme 8 Way multicore cable, tested.
◉ Made using premium studio grade industry standard components.
DB25 – Neutrik XLR Female
VanDamme D-SUB DB25 Analog Tascam Standard Multicore | wired to | 8 Channels Neutrik Black XLR 3 Pin Female.
This cable is suitable for sound interfaces and mixing consoles, summing outboard gear, Outboard Gear, patch bays like…
UAD Apollo, SPL Mixdream, Allen & Heath, Metric Halo, Motu, Focusrite, Antelope, API, Avid, Lynx, etc.
These cables are made with Premium Black Neutrik connectors, VanDamme 8 Way multicore cable. Beautiful braided, marked channels, tested.
◉ Multicore cable made using premium studio grade industry standard components.
DB25 – Jack TRS Balanced
This is the analogue pre-jacketed cable of choice for the professional user. Ultra pure oxygen free copper for outstanding sonic integrity, extremely flexible, sonically transparent and intelligently designed with both numbered and braided pairs. This cable will satisfies the rigorous demands of studio engineers, installers and manufacturers. It has been extensively utilised in studios around the world from the BBC to Abbey Road. Premium design & premium components to deliver the sonic integrity which a recording studio demands. Neutrik connectors, Analog VanDamme Blue series.
Compatible with audio interfaces like: UAD Apollo, Motu, Focusrite, SPL Mixdream, Antelope, API, Avid, Metric Halo,… Send & Return, Summing Boxes or Signal Channels. Tascam standard wiring.
Analog Cable Configurator
We all know that between studio devices are the cables. Cables make the link between effects transport and get the audio signal into the audio interface from instruments, synthesizers etc. With all the wireless devices around these days or just the simple radio frequency, a well-made cable will transport the analog signal between your studio gear like a pipe. We all know that cables have resistance and different construction materials. A poor quality cable means that the metal conductor has too much resistivity, a poor insulation that causes the penetration of magnetic interferences or just a poor design & connectors. Not using the right impedance cable or quality connectors can cause a signal transfer loss and electromagnetic main hum or RF contamination of the signal. We invest so much in gear that makes a subtle difference and we cancel that with cheap cables. Is always advised quality cables and short as possible when working with analog gear.