Oyaide Neo d+ class B XLR TRS DJ cable (1)

The Neo d+ cables hit the DJ scene with a multi-coloured splash a while ago. And while their green, orange and purple tones became firm favourites with DJs (and stars of many a photograph on DJWORX), they only catered for RCA and USB. But now the Neo d+ XLR and TRS models have arrived.

These are the entry level class B cables, although there’s nothing entry level about them at all. Here’s the short PR from Oyaide:

d+ class B XLR series

The new XLR and TRS line from d+series

The new series bring the highest quality and a cool desgined in your sound system such as audio interface, speaker, mixer, effector, synthesizer and sound equipments.

About the product planning for the d+ series, we contemplated the best combination of materials and structure of cable for today’s music and situations.The outstanding features of d+ class B series is 18 AWG pure oxygen free copper makes powerful sound projection and reduce signal loss. The flat architecture of cable prevents the signal distortion by the interference of conductor spacing. In addition, the soft PVC outer and the stereo sprit cable’ s structure have a high degree of usability for cable connection.

There is the next generation of audio transmit technology for producer, DJ, musician, engineer and everyone.

I’m told that Oyaide will be at BPM 2013, so we’ll get to fondle these for ourselves. Prices TBA and I’ll update when I find out.

Just so you’re aware, the colour of the cable reflects the class. You don’t get a choice of colours as such, but I’ll be waiting for the orange A class, because these are just completely the wrong colour. Sounds superficial, but we all know that a lot of DJ buying decisions are made on looks.

Any of you using Neo d+ cables? How do you rate them?


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