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ALO Audio Super Litz MMCX Cable for IEMs
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ALO Audio - Super Litz MMCX Cable for IEMs and In-Ear Headphones
ALO Audio's Especially Good Standard Cable for Solaris; Four conductors of silver plated copper comprised of individually enameled wires. Double the strand count of ALO's standard litz cable.
The ALO Super Litz cable is also compatible with select earphone models from the following brands:
- Final Audio
- MEE Audio
In addition to its wide-ranging product compatibility, the ALO Super Litz is also offered with three different connection types:
- 3.5 mm Stereo (standard connection)
- 2.5 mm Balanced (for use with 2.5 mm Balanced Output devices)
- 4.4 mm Balanced (for use with 4.4 mm Balanced Output devices)
- Astell & Kern
- Beryllium / Copper MMCX Connections
- Selected mixed diameter stranding conductors
- Silver plated high purity copper
- Double the number of strands found in our standard Litz cable
Earphone Connection: MMCX
Wire Type: Twisted for ease of use
Plug: 4 Pole Balanced, Stereo, 5 Pole Balanced
Cable Termination: 3.5 mm Stereo, 2.5 mm Balanced, 4.4 mm Balanced
Makes a huge difference
I recently upgraded to an Astell & Kern SE200 and Campfire Audio Solaris IEMs. It came with this same Alo cable with a 3.5 mm connection, and I bought this cable for the balanced output, and compared it to a popular $80 Chinese cable I bought on Amazon. As a PhD research scientist, I did not believe the cable would make an audible difference in sound quality. But, at least with the SE200 and Solaris IEMs, the difference between the cables was not subtle but night and day. The Alo cable is vastly more open, articulate, and accurate, it has a brighter top end, a cleaner midrange, and more powerful bass. The soundstage is vastly wider and less condensed as well. I haven't gone back to see if the better cable makes a difference on the older DAP I have, but if you have nicer audio gear and are using a cheap cable, you might want to give this a try. Audio46 was great about sending the cable out the same day and having it to me just two days later. Thanks!
Great Performance, Pretty Stiff Cable
Great MMCX cable option, good sonic sound quality but beware that the cable can be a little stiff and can in some cases cause heavier IEMs to get loose in your ears.