Loops® - 1 RCA Male to Male Digital Coaxial Sub Woofer Audio Cable/Lead
Product Code: A123-MM
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LOOPS® A123 Series Subwoofer Cable
Important, when attaching this cable to your equipment, you must slightly unscrew the connectors before inserting, after the insertion screw them up tightly for a snug fit.
1 RCA Male to 1 RCA Male Cable
What can it be used for?
To connect any piece of equipment with a digital coaxial output (typically a CD player) , to a digital coaxial input, (typically an amplifier).
Introducing the LOOPS® A123 Series Digital Audio Coaxial Cable…
1. The conducting cores are made from oxygen free pure copper conductors which further enhance signal quality. High density triple shield and gas injected dielectric insulation around the conducting cores eliminates radio frequency (RF) and Electromagnetic (EM) interference. The dielectric is totally enveloped with 100% aluminum foil and 95% copper braid. The dielectric and the copper braid are supple, yet maintain integrity even after bending and flexing.
2. The LOOPS® PureConnect™ solid brass, 24k gold plated, corrosion resistant, RCA connectors are used with this cable. Their unique design consists of an expanding split centre pin for an ultra snug fit into any RCA socket and a heavyweight outer shell with 4 cut contact points which anchor the connector in place. Both of these elements combine to produce a snug fit which further eliminates signal loss and consistantly delivers optimum signal transfer.
If your digital coax cable’s dielectric isn’t perfect, it won’t precisely match the 75 Ohm impedance of your components. This means it will be affected by jitter, which can increase noise floor* and affect the clarity. LOOPS® superior quality construction along with the digital coax’s wider bandwidth helps eliminate jitter to give you better speed and sound.
*In signal theory, the noise floor is the measure of the signal created from the sum of all the noise sources and unwanted signals within a measurement system.