Cables: KIMBER KABLE INTERCONNECTS
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Interconnects are the group of cables which connect individual audio and video devices. Analog interconnects are faced with the task of delivering a very delicate signal with relatively low voltage between electronic devices. Outside influences on a cable such as RF (radio frequency) interference can negatively affect the delivery of the signal. The length of the cable also affects the signal, with a cable too short allowing 'ringing' between the components, and a cable too long allowing signal loss over distance. Kimber Kable's well respected braided geometry is extremely effective at rejecting this RF interference, and it increases the actual wire length, so that even a 1 meter pair has enough wire length to prevent ringing in the cable, and the multi-conductor geometry of many of their cables allows signal strength to be maintained, even in longer interconnects.
In digital and video applications, the engineering requirements are an emphasis on wide frequency bandwidth, low dielectric loss, low parallel capacitance and low series inductance. Due to the higher frequencies involved in digital audio and video transfer, such specifications are of critical importance. Digital signals contain a wide range of encoded information including high frequency timing signals which must be precisely communicated between components to ensure that information is properly decoded before conversion back to analog. Video signals also require precise timing to ensure accuracy between signals for color and precise scan rates. Kimber Kables are manufactured to strict standards that reduce variations that could induce signal degrading reflections and timing errors.
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