Horizon Music Inc. introduced the Silver Flex Instrument and Microphone Cables at Winter NAMM 2006, Booth #4250. Silver Flex sets a new benchmark for quality cables for use in live and studio applications.
"The Silver Flex line was engineered to maximize electronic performance while providing a road worthy cable for demanding live performances," says Darius Seabaugh, VTG's executive vice-president of sales and marketing. "In today's audio world, high definition digital systems are found in every type of live situation from the giging musician recording his work in a club to high end studio environments. Silver Flex cables are the perfect conduits for reliably delivering creative expression to stage and studio systems alike."
The Silver Flex line comes in two flavors: Sliver Flex Instrument Cables and Silver Flex Microphone Cables. The Silver Flex Instrument Cable offers a single 22-guage silver plated conductor consisting of 19 strands of 34/awg silver plated wire. The shield consists of silver plated annealed copper braid yielding 95% shielding from RF and other outside interference. The jacketing comes in matte black PVC or black nylon cloth (lead and cadmium free). The capacitance is rated at 28 pf/ft @ 1,000 Hertz and the resistance is 14.8 ohms nominal impedance @ 20C/1000 feet. The outer dimension of the cable is .242".
Silver Flex Microphone Cables offer two 24-guage silver plated conductors and a sliver plated, stranded Serve shield offering 95% shielding from RF and other outside interference. The jacketing comes in matte black PVC or black nylon cloth (lead and cadmium free). The capacitance is rated at 21 pf/ft @ 1,000 Hertz and the resistance is 23 ohms nominal impedance @ 20C/1000 feet. The outer dimension of the cable is .240".