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Analog Relax "ginjo lead" ginjo lead wire JAZZ Standard

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Analog Relax "ginjo lead" ginjo lead wire JAZZ Standard

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Love Jazz! JAZZ Model

Description
The midrange (saxophone, etc.) and bass (wood bass) seem to fly together as a solid mass. It doesn't have to be wide range, but the rhythm comes out with "gusto". I want to go beyond SPU!
I want to enjoy listening to the shaded yet gurgling solidity of Blue Note, or the horn ensemble of West Coast Jazz. Recommended for those who do.

Standard

Entry model from the included lead wire. The most delicious part of music, the "mid-range," is important, and it sounds pleasantly. It also increases the sound pressure in the low frequency range, so you can enjoy the sound even at low volume without losing sound.
Specifications
Wire material 1940's-1960's Western Electric awg22 single wire with black enamel and silk coating, diameter 0.64mm (coating color is subject to change without notice)
Solder material 1940s-50s U.S.A. Black Dutch Boy
Chip Domestic Gold plated Phosphor bronze

Thorough "polishing" of wire materials and "strangeness" of material selection

GINJO REEDS" are produced by thorough "polishing" techniques.
Various polishing techniques are used according to the wire material used, soldered, and finished to the desired sound.
The name "Ginjo reed" was inspired by the image of ginjo-shu, a Japanese sake made by polishing "rice" to achieve a supreme taste.
It brings out the "flavor" of the record.
We carefully select wire materials according to the music you want to listen to, from vintage cables as typified by western cables to cutting-edge materials that are currently the talk of the town. We also search the world over for the best solder, both old and new, and use only the best.
This is a gem of a product that has been thoroughly adjusted based on the sound of the records being played, without relying on the brand name or numerical value of the material.
This is a recommendation to audio critics that "even if you don't use the latest materials, you can still open up a wonderful world with shell leads. This is a product of such perfection.

Collaboration with KS-Remasta, a shell lead wire master

Ginjo Reed" was produced in collaboration with Mr. Karasawa, the representative of KS-Remasta, a company that has been developing shell leads for over a decade and is well known among core audiophiles and has been featured in many magazines.

Easy-to-select product lineup

With Ginjo reeds, you can select the optimal reed wire by simply choosing from 5 music categories (JAZZ, Piano Trio, VOCAL, ROCK, and POPS) and 2 grades.
We think you will get closer to the sound you like if you select the category of music you usually listen to as your main focus.
Review
The conductors are made of vintage western materials, but they are not old-fashioned at all, but rather fresh and sound like new materials. The vivid and realistic sound of the voices and instruments is unique. It's strange. The performance, which had been rather contained within a conventional framework, seems to come out of the framework one by one, and there is a sense of coming out in front of the viewer. The vocals are so real that it is almost sickening that they seem to be whispering beside you.
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The jazz standards sound calm and mature.
I was very satisfied with the good sound of the midrange.
I also really like the relaxed feel of the jazz standards.
The cartridge is ZYX R100 and the lead wire is Yamamoto Acoustics YR-01. I replaced this with Jazz Standard. There was no significant change in terms of balance, but I felt better localization and improved three-dimensionality.

Overall, it is calm but dynamic. In terms of cartridges, it gives an impression like the V15-TYPE4. What I am most pleased with is that vocals, which used to be rusty, now pass through smoothly and easily. Thanks to this, I enjoyed listening to Adele, Bonnie Raitt, and other vocalists, even though the product claims to be suitable for jazz. If I had to say something, it would be great if there was more low-frequency sink with this sound output. I am curious about the advanced model....
*Analog relax blog