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Atlas Mavros XLR

Atlas Mavros  XLR

The construction of the new Mavros interconnect cable consists of a pair of identical conductors, each made up from six bundles of 12 multi OCC conductors plus a thicker solid OCC conductor in the centre. After application of the dielectric insulation the conductors are covered by a continuous Copper-Mylar electrostatic screen and a copper close weave shielding braid ensuring the minimal pick up of RF interference and noise. The outer sheath is made from hard wearing PVC covered by decorative black woven Polyester.

Screen Distortion
To combat the negative affects of RFI interference, traditionally cable manufacturers use a combination of metallic foil and/or braid, which surrounds the cable and is terminated at one or each end of the cable. The mechanical process of terminating cables via this braid usually involves partial removal as well as twisting of the braid to create a “conductor”. This introduces mechanical screen distortion deep within the remaining cable structure and thereby delivering inconsistent RF performance. To improve absolute performance and manufacturing consistency for the new Mavros Atlas has developed a new system that uses two symmetrical drain wires (each attached to 180 degree segments of the plug) inserted between a 100% copper Mylar foil and SPC screen. This unique system connects the screen effectively to the cable return plug interface and provides total 360° screening, whilst not distorting the integrity of the screen in any way.

The Mavros XLR to XLR analogue audio interconnect uses separate going and return conductors together with a woven screen. The screen with 100% coverage, rejects RFI interference. The two separate conductors dedicated to the going and the return signals are wired separately from the ground conductor. The Atlas XLR plugs employed are a unique design that needs no solder at the conductor to plug interface

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