Designed and handcrafted with multiple combinations of Duelund tinned copper cables (16GA/20GA), carefully fine-tuned to achieve highest sound quality and minimize signal transmission loss.
Audiolund XLR Balance Interconnect Cable ~ Signature Series
– Use 1x12GA + 1x20GA Duelund tinned copper wire in both the positive signal and negative signal of multiple wire combinations
– A total of 4mx16GA + 8mx20GA Duelund tinned copper wire are used for 1.0 meter pair + 2mx silver plated/copper wires for grounding
– Use various types and multiple layers of shielding materials for shielding to reduce noise and RFI/EMI interference
– With unique damping design, use various types of anti-vibration/damping materials to suppress vibration and isolation
– 1.0m standard length with other length options
– Selection: Aeco XLR Plugs, Monosaudio Pure Copper Rhodium Plated XLR Plug or Viborg Pure Copper Rhodium Plated XLR Plug
The Interconnect, XLR Signature Series has the same sound quality and characteristics of the Reference Series. Signature series use more Duelund wires, so it does add more full body sound, and the overall presentation is better. It has the similar Duelund tinned copper wire of sound characteristics, as the taste of the original Western Electric sound. The Signature Series is designed to bring out the melodies of your music to give you a harmonious and soothing experience. The Signature Series are designed for audiophiles who demand the best sound quality. Note that aeco female plug has no locking button but no functionality issue for this. Highly recommended to use with any cable/wooden support to enhance firm connection.
My humble suggestion: Signature Series ~ Interconnect Cable XLR has the same Duelund WE typical sound characteristic. Signature Series Interconnect Cable XLR added extra Duelund cables and extra shielding/isolations to minimize the signal transmission loss and further improve the overall presentation of sound. Disclaimer: All the Hi-Fi setup different in term of Equipment/Speaker/Room/Accessories etc. so, you may get different results in different setup. The above suggestion is only for your reading reference only.