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Best cable for Line 6 link between HD500x and DT25

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I saw some older posts talking about various cables for the Line 6 link.  I was wondering if there was any newer info on this.  I am currently using a cheap Hosa EBU-010 AES/EBU Digital Audio Cable.  I don't have any problems with it, but every time I look at how thin it is, I wonder if using something higher end, such as Mogami Gold AES would work better.  Anyone try some of the various higher end cables?  Thanks.

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There really is no difference in how they work since its a digital signal, it either passes or it doesn't.  Not like an audio signal that can be slightly degraded or not fully passed.  The main differences you should look for are in build quality which may affect durability rather than signal quality.

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Don't use 50-Ohm mic cable, that's the wrong stuff to use.

 

Line 6 Link cable is optimal, or the Hosa EBU-010 AES/EBU

Digital Audio Cable will do.

 

Both hold to the 110-Ohm, AES/EBU Standard for that kind of cable.

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+1

 

 

Or use this one 

 

http://www.amazon.com/Mogami-Digital-Audio-Neutrik-Connectors/dp/B00X72C2X6/ref=sr_1_3?s=musical-instruments&ie=UTF8&qid=1442246699&sr=1-3&keywords=AES%2FEBU+Digital+Audio+Cable

15 Foot Mogami 3080 AES/EBU Digital Audio Cable with Neutrik Gold XLR Connectors

 

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 the Hosa EBU-010 AES/EBU

Digital Audio Cable will do.

 

Both hold to the 110-Ohm, AES/EBU Standard for that kind of cable.

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