I always use my Hosa, red, orange, yellow, green, blue, black, gray,
I'd be lost at your gaff!
On 29 Sep 2007, at 15:57, Lou Judson wrote:
> Hosa snake cables, for example, use the rainbow spectrum: red, orange,
> yellow, green, blue, gray, black, white. So I make them one through
> eight in that order - at both ends of course!
> Lou Judson =95 Intuitive Audio =95 415-883-2689
> On Sep 29, 2007, at 12:25 AM, frankmhinrichs wrote:
>> But since using up to 8 mics at times, I too have come naturally to
>> the nautical use of
>> colours for the first 2 channels green for right and red for left ,
>> then brown, yellow, blue,
>> orange, purple, black (that is my personal choise of colours).
>> That also allows me to group mics (group red, group green....).
>> But I've seen many different combinations as in a digisnake, other
>> AES connectors or even
>> telephone connectors. So I guess there is no international standard
>> for cable coding. I'd
>> love one for my part. Electrical, audio, digital, nautical, for the
>> moment I guess it all comes
>> down to a practical and personal preference.
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