Connectors for VOVOX® sonorus direct S
For our balanced cables, high quality Neutrik XLR connectors with gold plated contacts are used.
TRS ¼" phone plugs
Our pronounced goal is the perfect transmission of sound signals. To achieve this aim, the cable, but also the connectors, must fulfil our requirements. Since most phone plugs available on the market are designed with only their mechanical properties in mind, we use our own VOVOX® phone plugs: A ¼" phone plug offering both first class functionality and first class sound.
- optimized signal contact made of copper
- robust housing made of fiber-reinforced engineering-plastic
- optimal bend-protection
- lead-free soldering
Product Range VOVOX® sonorus direct S
|Length [cm/ft]||Connector to signal source||Connector to signal receiver||Item number|
|100 / 3.3||XLR female||→||XLR male||6.3301|
|100 / 3.3||TRS||→||XLR male||6.3313|
|100 / 3.3||XLR female||→||TRS||6.3314|
|100 / 3.3||TRS||→||TRS||6.3315|
|200 / 6.6||XLR female||→||XLR male||6.3309|
|200 / 6.6||TRS||→||XLR male||6.3310|
|200 / 6.6||XLR female||→||TRS||6.3316|
|200 / 6.6||TRS||→||TRS||6.3317|
|350 / 11.5||XLR female||→||XLR male||6.3302|
|350 / 11.5||TRS||→||XLR male||6.3311|
|350 / 11.5||XLR female||→||TRS||6.3318|
|350 / 11.5||TRS||→||TRS||6.3319|
|500 / 16.4||XLR female||→||XLR male||6.3303|
|500 / 16.4||TRS||→||XLR male||6.3312|
|750 / 24.6||XLR female||→||XLR male||6.3304|
|1000 / 32.8||XLR female||→||XLR male||6.3305|
|2 x 500 matched pair||XLR female||→||XLR male||6.3306|
|2 x 750 matched pair||XLR female||→||XLR male||6.3307|
|2 x 1000 matched pair||XLR female||→||XLR male||6.3308|
Additional conductor for ground
The conductors within a cable must fulfil several functions. The shield has the main function of protecting the signal conductor from interference. In most cables, the shield is also used as the return signal conductor. VOVOX® consequently separates these functions. This may be a more complex construction, yet it results clearly in better sound quality.
Arrangement of conductors
Current induces electromagnetic fields encircling every conductor. If the distance between two conductors is too small, interactions and interferences are created. The result is an audible loss of sound quality. As a consequence, the conductors are arranged at well-defined, relatively large distances.