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If you're serious about impeccable audio...
Reviewed in the United States on June 1, 2019
As a career voice actor, I've carefully chosen every component in my audio chain. I don't expend hard-earned funds on gear that I haven't tested or at least exhaustively researched.
A while back, I began to detect some 60 Hz hum creeping into my tracks. I eliminated the possibility of a ground loop—the studio is powered through a 2 KW, medical-grade isolation transformer, and every chassis is tied to a common, exterior copper grounding rod.
I checked all my connectors and connections, and I made sure that no AC power cables were lying alongside the signal cable from my voice booth to my AD/DA converter, but the problem persisted. Then I replaced the XLR cable from condenser mic's power supply to the connector on the wall of my voice booth, and I replaced the XLR cable from the booth to my AD/DA converter with Mogami Studio Cables.
Voila! Problem solved.
In at least one independent survey that I read, Mogami Studio Cable exceeds all other commonly-available cables in shielding from both external RF interference and AC hum. Mogami Studio Cable may be a bit stiffer than the cable to which you're accustomed, but it isn't meant to be repeatedly laid out and then rolled back up. It's meant to lie on the studio floor.
Yes, it's a bit more expensive than other, commonly-available cable, but if you're serious about impeccable audio—my work depends on it—Mogami is worth the additional cost.