C2G 29114 Velocity S/PDIF Digital Audio Coax Cable, Blue (3 Feet, 0.91 Meters)
- Connector 1: RCA Male and Connector 2: RCA Male
- Carries digital audio from a CD transport, DVD player, DAT deck or other digital component to an a/v receiver digital input or an outboard D/A converter input
- Robustly constructed molded connectors attach to an ultra-flexible jacket, and enable easy installation and identification
- The 24K gold-plated, durable connectors ensure long-lasting quality; fully molded connectors provide excellent strain relief.
- Lifetime Warranty
Velocity Digital Audio Coax Interconnects are a great upgrade from the cables typically included with consumer electronics products. Low-loss 75ohm oxygen-free copper center conductors and foam dielectric provides improved sound quality and performance. The 100% aluminum foil and dual OFC braid shields protect against unwanted noise and interference. Robustly designed molded connectors bine with an ultra-flexible jacket and allow for easy installation and identification. The 24K gold plated durable connectors ensure long-lasting performance.Primary InformationCable Type : Audio Coax Interconnects Cable Technology : Shielded Left Connector Type : RCA Left Connector Gender : Male Right Connector Type : RCA Right Connector Gender : Male Dimensions&MiscellaneousLength : 3 feet Color : Blue Service&SupportService & Support Type : Lifetime Warranty Special FeatureRoHS : Y UNSPSC CodeUNSPSC Code : 26121620
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In my most recent order, the cable itself (as identified by the inked codes) and the end-connectors (in terms of appearance) have both changed compared to my previous orders. Don't know if for better or worse - probably just routine supply chain management with identical specifications. However, the little red rings on the connectors (that say "Digital Audio") were not applied as well, and looked to be coming loose when I unwrapped the new cables.
It is worth noting that, in common with all other cable brands I've used, the length specification is essentially tip-to-tip including connector. The actual length of pure "cable" in my samples is 34-inches. The connector bodies and tips extend the measured length to just over 3-feet. It would be delightful to someday encounter a cable vendor who routinely added a little "leeway" to their cable lengths.
Don't believe the hype and false claims of some other cable makers, this simple digital coaxial cable is far superior to similar cables costing many multiples of the price!!
In recent years I have learned the hard way that electromagnetic shielding is important for any AV cable that may lie near power cords. Electric power fluctuates at a rate of 60 Hz, and if unshielded cable lies too close to power cords, it can come across as a clearly audible 60 Hz subwoofer hum. The best solution is to keep your AV cables away from your power cords, but this is not always easy. Electromagnetic shielding in your AV cables is the next best solution. This cable is double-shielded, as I recommend all your (non-optical) AV cable should be. It has solid foil shielding to protect against high frequency interference and braid shielding to protect against low-frequency interference. Well-made shielded cable for $5-10 is a great bargain. Much like the Amazon Basics stuff, Cables to Go sells good quality accessories at an affordable price.