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  • Bought my first Audiopile cables recently, and...

    The occasion was changing out the left side of my synth rig -- replacing a Roland GAIA with two Waldorf Blofeld Keyboards, and swapping out the stand from an x-stand to a two-level K&M column stand -- and thus needing different cable lengths to run from the new setup to my submixer.  Having read about how everyone seems to rave about Audiopile on this forum, I figured I'd give them a trial this time and see what the deal was.

    The result: I'll soon be replacing all my other cables with Audiopile too.  After using these, I can't imagine trusting anything else again.  The difference in quality is obvious, top notch materials and components assembled perfectly.

    :heart: Many thanks to this forum for talking about them every time someone wants a cable. :heart:

    Martyn Wheeler (playing synthesizers/organ like it's 1973 in England)

    now: Fredfin Wallaby
    was: The Gonzo Symphonic

  • #2

    What brand were you using before?



    • Iamthesky
      Iamthesky commented
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      Pretty much like any musician (rather than a sound guy) -- mostly a mix of ProCo (Sweetwater) and Rapco Horizon.  Seeing an actual strain relief on the Audiopile cables with the Neutrix connectors was an eye opener.

  • #3

    I have 24 x 25' XLR microphone cables, and plan on another 50+ to have plenty of cable (mainly if I have to do a distributed system)...I haven't heard a bad thing about Audiopile yet.


    • Unalaska
      Unalaska commented
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      Buy some 100' and 50' if you're doing distributed stuff

  • #4

    I have a Audiopile 24X8 snake, 8X4 drum sub snake, a 4 xlr - 30 foot drive snake, and a 1 in 3 out split box. All work great and I would recommend them without hesitation.

    Good company;