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  • HLV2005_PAN_1_h

    RCA stereo audio cables are used to connect a wide variety of sources to amplifiers or receivers, and to connect discrete components together such as preamble, power amps, equalizers and surround sound processors. Typically, these cables carry line level signals (-10 dbV at roughly .3 volts) which are susceptible to interference from radio signals (RFI) and electromagnetic noise from AC cords, transformers, and motors (EMF interference). Given that these cables often cross one another, or touch power cords, good shielding is very important. And, with the low voltages involved, signal loss must be kept to a minimum.


    RCA 03

  • HLV2005_PAN_1_h

    RCA stereo audio cables are used to connect a wide variety of sources to amplifiers or receivers, and to connect discrete components together such as preamble, power amps, equalizers and surround sound processors. Typically, these cables carry line level signals (-10 dbV at roughly .3 volts) which are susceptible to interference from radio signals (RFI) and electromagnetic noise from AC cords, transformers, and motors (EMF interference). Given that these cables often cross one another, or touch power cords, good shielding is very important. And, with the low voltages involved, signal loss must be kept to a minimum.


    RCA 05

  • HLV2005_PAN_1_h

    RCA stereo audio cables are used to connect a wide variety of sources to amplifiers or receivers, and to connect discrete components together such as preamble, power amps, equalizers and surround sound processors. Typically, these cables carry line level signals (-10 dbV at roughly .3 volts) which are susceptible to interference from radio signals (RFI) and electromagnetic noise from AC cords, transformers, and motors (EMF interference). Given that these cables often cross one another, or touch power cords, good shielding is very important. And, with the low voltages involved, signal loss must be kept to a minimum.


    RCA 10

  • HLV2005_PAN_1_h

    RCA stereo audio cables are used to connect a wide variety of sources to amplifiers or receivers, and to connect discrete components together such as preamble, power amps, equalizers and surround sound processors. Typically, these cables carry line level signals (-10 dbV at roughly .3 volts) which are susceptible to interference from radio signals (RFI) and electromagnetic noise from AC cords, transformers, and motors (EMF interference). Given that these cables often cross one another, or touch power cords, good shielding is very important. And, with the low voltages involved, signal loss must be kept to a minimum.


    RCA 15

  • HLV2005_PAN_1_h

    RCA stereo audio cables are used to connect a wide variety of sources to amplifiers or receivers, and to connect discrete components together such as preamble, power amps, equalizers and surround sound processors. Typically, these cables carry line level signals (-10 dbV at roughly .3 volts) which are susceptible to interference from radio signals (RFI) and electromagnetic noise from AC cords, transformers, and motors (EMF interference). Given that these cables often cross one another, or touch power cords, good shielding is very important. And, with the low voltages involved, signal loss must be kept to a minimum.


    RCA 20