Available in 10ft, 15ft, 20ft with either straight or right-angle Neutrik connectors.

Evidence Audio Melody

£49.96£66.63
(£59.95 - £79.95 VAT)

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The Melody Cable is excellent as an instrument cable and offers a 20awg solid copper conducting core, the same as the Evidence Audio Monorail, but with added shielding and outer braid that protects while still retaining flexibility.

Little Brother of the Lyric HG with similar voicing at a great price. As used by David Gilmour, Jeff Beck and John Mayer to name but a few.

The Melody is a line-level analog audio cable which can be used for instruments, studios, or hifi. The negative effects of strand interaction are reduced by using a single solid core IGL copper conductor for positive, with parallel run conductors on the ground path which provide shielding with minimal crosstalk.

By using an intelligently designed shield of IGL copper the Melody is able to offer ear-opening sound quality at a reduced price.

A source of distortion in cables is strand interaction. Cables are stranded to provide flexibility. However, every strand in a bundle is trying to carry the same audio signal as the strands next to it. The problem arises given the fact that current running through any single strand sets up a magnetic field. This magnetic field introduces change to the signal carried in neighboring strands. The more strands a conductor has, the worse the problem. When compared with a solid conductor of equal cross-sectional area, a stranded conductor obscures micro-dynamics and adds an edge to the sound similar to the distortion caused by low-purity copper. In addition, mid-bass and lower frequencies lose their sense of impact and articulation. Bass lines with stranded conductors are “fat” and slow, with obscured harmonics in comparison to bass conducted through a solid core cable.

IGL stands for Increased Grain Linearity. It is a copper that has been refined to a very high degree of purity, and in a manner that causes the copper grains to be very long and line up with parallel boundaries. Longer grains in the copper result in fewer grains per foot. Grains aren’t necessarily a bad thing It is what copper is made of. However, it is the space between the grains where impurities collect. The IGL refining process reduces the number of grains, and makes sure that the grains are aligned in a way that doesn’t allow for many impurities to collect. IGL Copper is not only very pure; it is pure in a way that results in better sound. When you listen and compare IGL copper to copper that in not refined the same way, you can hear an unnatural “bite” and grit in the higher frequencies.

Choosing a Cable

Evidence Audio Melody

£49.96£66.63
(£59.95 - £79.95 VAT)

Clear

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The Melody Cable is excellent as an instrument cable and offers a 20awg solid copper conducting core, the same as the Evidence Audio Monorail, but with added shielding and outer braid that protects while still retaining flexibility.

Little Brother of the Lyric HG with similar voicing at a great price. As used by David Gilmour, Jeff Beck and John Mayer to name but a few.

The Melody is a line-level analog audio cable which can be used for instruments, studios, or hifi. The negative effects of strand interaction are reduced by using a single solid core IGL copper conductor for positive, with parallel run conductors on the ground path which provide shielding with minimal crosstalk.

By using an intelligently designed shield of IGL copper the Melody is able to offer ear-opening sound quality at a reduced price.

A source of distortion in cables is strand interaction. Cables are stranded to provide flexibility. However, every strand in a bundle is trying to carry the same audio signal as the strands next to it. The problem arises given the fact that current running through any single strand sets up a magnetic field. This magnetic field introduces change to the signal carried in neighboring strands. The more strands a conductor has, the worse the problem. When compared with a solid conductor of equal cross-sectional area, a stranded conductor obscures micro-dynamics and adds an edge to the sound similar to the distortion caused by low-purity copper. In addition, mid-bass and lower frequencies lose their sense of impact and articulation. Bass lines with stranded conductors are “fat” and slow, with obscured harmonics in comparison to bass conducted through a solid core cable.

IGL stands for Increased Grain Linearity. It is a copper that has been refined to a very high degree of purity, and in a manner that causes the copper grains to be very long and line up with parallel boundaries. Longer grains in the copper result in fewer grains per foot. Grains aren’t necessarily a bad thing It is what copper is made of. However, it is the space between the grains where impurities collect. The IGL refining process reduces the number of grains, and makes sure that the grains are aligned in a way that doesn’t allow for many impurities to collect. IGL Copper is not only very pure; it is pure in a way that results in better sound. When you listen and compare IGL copper to copper that in not refined the same way, you can hear an unnatural “bite” and grit in the higher frequencies.

Choosing a Cable