There's a reason why Mogami is
called "The Cable of the Pros." Virtually every major
recording facility is wired with Mogami, which means that
just about any music you listen to has passed through Mogami
somewhere in the recording chain—from Fleetwood Mac to Foo
Fighters, from Prince to Pearl Jam, and countless others.
Why do so many discriminating artists and studios choose
Mogami over other cable brands? It's simple. Mogami is
unmatched for accuracy, extremely low noise, ease of
installation, flexibility, and superior quality.
Professionals and enthusiasts alike rave about the amazing
clarity and silent background of Mogami—technicians swear by
it, not at it.
Mogami has always had a
relentless devotion to quality, integrity and ethical
business practices. Every foot of Mogami cable is made in
Nagano, Japan under the direct supervision of the company
founder who continues to work every day. Comprised of true
craftsmen, Mogami refuses to compromise quality for cost
savings, and never copies the work of others.
In today's global economy,
it's often difficult to track who really makes a branded
cable or other products. Unlike such brands, Mogami
completely controls its design and manufacturing process and
will never use a "silent partner" factory. Each product is
certified to meet very rigid specifications, which are
published and verifiable. There are no "secret ingredients"
or mysticism attached to the performance of our products.
Mogami is also dedicated to responsible manufacturing and
was the first cable factory to meet RoHS requirements for
everything they make
Our story began decades ago
when Mogami scientists began researching the causes of
audible differences within signal cable. The research was
groundbreaking, and controversial, as most engineers at the
time thought cable all sounded the same.
Mogami's approach was
unique. We invested years into researching low-loss signal
transfer, the result of which lead to the development of
Mogami Neglex, a series of cables that changed an entire
Mogami has a clear-cut
philosophy. Design cables that offer the most accurate
signal transfer possible. This may seem like a logical goal,
but in fact many cable companies alter the signal for what
they perceive to be the "best sound." The problem with
creating this unnatural distortion is that it permanently
alters the signal flowing through the cable. The distortion
may make a particular piece of equipment sound better at one
frequency but worse at another. The essence of the original
signal is lost forever.
There is no single magic bullet for cable design. Superior
design is a mix of conductor material, dielectric, conductor
and shield geometry, jacket stiffness, along with fanatical
dedication to manufacturing quality. Only technical
expertise combined with years of experience can result in
the kind of performance that transcends the ordinary.