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SnapAV Binary™ Cables B7-Series Subwoofer Cable
Model #: B7-SUB-2-R
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SnapAV Binary™ Cables B7-Series Subwoofer Cable with tinned copper braiding and oxygen free copper
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Binary™ Cables B7-Series Digital Coax Cable Retail Package (1 Meter)
The B7 Binary cable line is built for the professional custom installers who have the most discriminating customers in mind. It's all in the details. These cables comply with system equipment designed to reproduce the original AV performance such as full analog and high definition, plus minimizes performance degredation over time. A low-profile connector body makes even the tightest installs possible.
Professional "Audiophile" Grade Performance
Two layers of shielding (foilized aluminum and high-density copper braid) protect against EM and RF interfence and ensure a clean signal. 20 AWG silver plating, silver solder, and 99.99% oxygen free solid copper conductors provide deep, tight bass and natural midrange.
Silver Plating & Silver Solder
With less resistance than gold or brass, silver plating and solder allows for smoother signal transfer, and prevention of signal loss.
Tinned Copper Braiding
Tinned copper resists oxidation while keeping the shielding properties intact longer over the life of the product.
Oxygen Free Copper (99.999%)
Since most signal transfer occurs on the surface, using oxygen-free copper mimimizes the oxidation process, keeping resistance low over the product's lifetime.
Ergonomic Connector Shape
A specifically designed hourglass shape allows for an easy grip on the connector. The embossed Binary logo also increases gripping strength.
Low-Profile Connectors for Easy Installation
The B7 connector body is designed to be as compact as possible; at 1.125 inches in length and .54 inches diameter, you'll appreciate how many tight spaces they fit in.
Easy-to-See Color Bands
The first time you have your head in a closet, behind an equipment rack, with a flashlight in your mouth, you'll know why we put our color bands at the BASE of the connector, where they're easier to see.