How good is the cable for making analog IC's? This cable is really a coax video cable that I've been told makes nice analog audio interconnects. It is has a single multistanded center conductor and a braided copper sheild. I beleive the capacitance of this cable is 21 pF/ft.
I have some runs of LV77S I cannot get rid of. If it were me I would get Belden over Canare.
I imagine Canare works better for professional recording apps rather than home systems.Just a hunche!
I have found that shielded cables are not as good as unshielded for allowing HF to flow through. There are exceptions to everything though and you might find Canare to your liking more than I did for my setup.
It should make a decent analog interconnect. Belden 89259 will probably sound better due to the Teflon insulation and jacket, but the cable won't be as flexible as the LV-61S. If I remember right, I don't think any of the Canare cables have Teflon insulation. In any case, the LV-61S, with quality termination, should outperform run of the mill cables you can pick up at national retail chains.
Jon R. might be able to offer more insight, I'm not sure if he's worked much with the Canare cables, though.
Hope this helps!
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