Interconnects are the group of cables which connect individual audio and video devices.
Analog interconnects transfer analog waveforms, typically in the audio band of frequencies, between electronic devices. Analog interconnects allow a device such as a CD player to send information to a receiver or for a pre-amp to send information to a power amplifier.
The analog interconnects shown were created using Kimber's own OSCaR (Objective Subjective Correlation and Results) engineering process which makes the link between scientific measurements and listening impressions. For this purpose KIMBER KABLE has an exceptionally advanced test and research facility along with an extensive in house research library.
Analog interconnects are faced with the task of delivering a very delicate signal with relatively low voltage. Outside influences such as RF (radio frequency) interference can negatively affect the delivery of the signal. KIMBER KABLE's well respected braided geometry is extremely effective at rejecting this RF interference.