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Gotham GAC-1 Ultra Pro Cable (made in Switzerland) - Ideal for RCA Cables, Especially Phono Applications - sold by the foot

         
Gotham GAC-1 Ultra Pro Cable (made in Switzerland) - Ideal for RCA Cables, Especially Phono Applications - sold by the foot

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$2.49
Gotham Audio

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Gotham GAC-1 Ultra Pro Cable, unbalanced - RCA, Especially Phono Applications - sold by the foot

Unbalanced signal core audio cables are much more sensitive to electrical interference than balanced cables which, because of their twisted pair configuration, have the ability to mutually cancel noise

Gotham GAC-1 unbalanced cable has been engineer to minimize noise. The ultra Pro version goes one step forward by adding another layer of conductive plastic between the conductor (layer 7) making a sandwich between the 2 copper shields and the conductor. LFOC higher grade copper at best standards for best performance

Nobody other than Gotham has this configuration.

Sold by the foot

Made in Switzerland

Cables can become a very expensive element to a home stereo system, we've put together a way to acquire excellent quality cables at reasonable prices. Making your own cables is not as hard as you think, and you'll end up with a cable that's worth 10x the price in terms of sound quality.

We have all the products necessary to make your own stereo and video interconnect cables, as well as microphone and recording applications.

Please see the We've linked to several internet videos on how to make interconnect cables if you need a tutorial.

Additional Info

Additional Info

Weight 0.2000
Country of Manufacture Switzerland

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