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Analog Relax "ginjo lead" ginjo lead wire VOCAL Standard

Product code: AR-LW-VS1

Analog Relax "ginjo lead" ginjo lead wire VOCAL Standard

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Lead wire to bring out the vocal

Love vocal stuff! VOCAL Model

The mid-range (especially female vocals) comes forward a little. I would like to have a glossy sound, and if possible, a "blurriness" and "breathiness" as well.
I love vocal music! I want to bring out the "luster" and "warmth" of female vocals in particular. I want to hear a relaxing sound.


Entry model with attached lead wires. The most delicious part of music, the "mid-range," is important and 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.
Wire material Japanese special crystal annealed OFC
Solder material K.O. Sound Labs Gold Nicas 101
Chip Made in Japan Gold plated phosphor bronze
*Color of coating is subject to change without notice.

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

GINJO REEDS are the result of our thorough polishing technology.
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.
After replacing the lead wires, the vocals have become more colorful, as described in the review. I think the lead wire is much better suited for listening to vocals than the Zonotone lead wire I had been using. I have only just purchased it and the sound is getting better and better. I can even hear the sound of the piano pedal now. When I played a stereo version of Julie London, I could clearly hear that it was recorded with an echo. I wanted to hear more female vocals, so I listened to an album called "Bitter" by Akina Nakamori, which I bought for 100 yen from a junk shop more than 10 years ago, and was surprised at the bass sound of the drums in the first song on the A-side, "It's not a decoration. I was surprised at the bass sound of the drums in the first song on the A-side, "It's not a decoration, Tears. Kanae Izutsu's voice, which I often listen to, also has a deep, distinctive analog sound. The male vocalist's voice on the imported Barbra Streisand duet album also sounded good.
*Analog relax blog