Friday, September 19, 2008

Digital Cable: Silver GHz Teflon 75Ohm COAX with Canare True 75Ohm RCA

I have made up a Digital interconnect using a 2 foot length of Silver GHz Teflon 75 Ohm Coaxial and terminated with two Canare True 75Ohm impedance RCA plugs on each end for use as my main DAC interconnect. Canare are the only company that manufacture true 75Ohm RCA connectors specifically aimed for proper matching of digital signalling applications. The Canare RCA details are as follows:

  • Standard 75 ohm construction; Crimp Pin & Sleeve
  • DC to 200MHz; >26dB Return Loss (<1.1>
  • Absolutely No Soldering Required
  • Assembly Time Reduced by 80%
  • Superior cable pull strength
  • Internal Pressure Contact Fingers
  • Gold plated center Shaft
  • Easy Assembly using Canare Strip & Crimp Tools
  • Operating temperature -20 to +60 degrees Celsius
  • Multimedia Patchcords
  • Hi-Res Video Monitors
  • SPDIF Digital Audio
  • Duplication Decks
  • VCR and Camcorders
  • Audio Digital Interconnects
  • Home Theater Installations

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