Taramps Injected Y RCA Cable – 1M 2F
As a result of being an RCA cable with a pair of braided wires, this product has two internal conductors. The first is a group of 0,127mm² thick (0,00019 sq. inches approx.) wires composed of 10 OFHC copper filaments (high thermal conductivity – oxygen-free). The second, a group of 0,127mm² thick (0,00019 sq. inches approx.) wires composed of tinned OFHC copper filaments (high thermal conductivity – oxygen-free).
The raw material used for the internal conductor manufacturing process is OFHC copper, which offers elevated conductivity, nominal impedance of 925 mohm/5m at 25°C, and a 99,99% purity.
Dielectric insulation is an essential element for an RCA cable. When the internal wiring carries a signal, the dielectric conducts inner electromagnetic waves.
It is composed of Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC), which improves high-frequency signals, handling elevated temperatures.
EXTERNAL CONDUCTOR (SHIELDING)
The braided pair of wires has both shielding and canceling techniques combined that can block external electromagnetic and cables interferences. Besides that, they offer a noise-canceling feature due to their directional braiding, which improves the CMRR (Common Mode Rejection Ratio).
It has a translucent cover, which offers cable protection against external agents.
Material: Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) – providing flexibility as an advantage.
It has an extremely compact RCA connector, offering proper signal conductivity due to its continuous structure.
It is CLA brass made, bi-color (to facilitate identification), and covered in industrial gold, with high-pressure cavities and a closed-end for better signal conduction.