Na povom mestu :
nađoh ovu trvrdnju:
I'd suggest to avoid cables with more than one inner conductor for phono use with regular, unbalanced
amplification, cause that just causes extra capacity - and how much exactly will depend on the
1) For example, if you'd use the Mogami 2549 configured with one conductor plus shield for the signal
ground and the other conductor for the signal, the capacity would be the sum of the conductor to conductor
plus the conductor to shield capacity (and that regardless, whether the shield would be connected on both
sides or on one side only).
2) In case you'd use both inner conductors together for the signal and the shield for the signal ground,
the actual capacity would be twice the conductor to shield capacity. And the fun thing is, even if you'd
just use one conductor for the signal and the other for the signal ground, while leaving the shield
unconnected on either side, the total capacity would now be the conductor to conductor capacity plus half
the conductor to shield capacity due to electrostatic induction.
Well, and with the Mogami 2534 things would become even more complicated due to even more inner conductors
and hence also even more possible configuration variants.
Thus I'd rather suggest you to keep it simple, and for example consider 2964 or 2546 instead.
Oba maju chracteristic impedance 75 Ohm, 2964 (57pF/m), 2546 (62pF/m).