The microphone cable is mainly used to make the connection between microphones and sound equipment. Its working voltage is extremely low, so wire shielding is very important. The following is an introduction to common shielding methods for our digital audio cables.
1. Copper wire wrap: The copper wire is generally wrapped on the inner jacket. Poor shielding may occur when the wire is wound or bent. This type is suitable for short-distance microphone cable.
2. Copper wire braid: Multi copper wires are woven into a mesh in the form of strand, which provides better shielding than the wrap method. It is suitable for professional stage performance equipment and equipment requiring removal.
3. Aluminum foil: The foil is used outside and an earth wire is added for ground connection. Ideal shielding can be achieved, and the product is typically used for stage multi-core cables or engineering installation.
4. Electrically conductive PVC/PE: Surrounding the wire with flexible conductive PVC/PE offers full coverage and protection against breakage. This method requires the use of copper wire wrap or braid. It is great for advanced microphone wires.
5. Double shield: The combination of aluminum foil and braid is common. This is mainly used for wires requiring an extremely high degree of shielding, such as UL2919 cable for transmitting VGA signals.
1. Copper wire woven mesh
2. Copper Stranded Conductor
3. PVC Insulation
4. Polymer filler
5. PVC Jacket
Our stereo microphone cable features CU, CCS, CCA or TCU conductors. The outer jacket is made from PVC. Handling noise is eliminated by use of the filler material
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