Klotz has expanded its coaxial digital cable series with the launch of the D7 and D9 cables, terminated in RCA and BNC connectors.

In the D7 coaxial cable series, not only the cable material, but also the RCA connectors are manufactured exactly with 75Ω characteristic impedance. The cables’ attenuation, which is particularly important for coaxial digital use, is optimised with constructed using flexible stranded wire wrapped in PE insulation, and surrounded by a braided shield (coverage >85%) and protected by a robust PVC outer jacket with a diameter of not even 6mm. The D7-SPDIF is suitable for coaxial SPDIF signals, and also for analogue composite video signals and serves as a flexible yet robust patch cable in shorter lengths.

D7-SPDIF with gold-plated RCA connectorsThe new D9 coaxial digital cable series is equipped with high-quality Damar&Hagen BNCslim connectors and is suited to the transmission of WordClock, AESid and Madi coaxial signals. Here, too, the stranded wire is embedded in a PE insulation, whereby the extremely dense high screen braided shield even achieves a coverage of 95%. The soft PVC outer jacket makes the D9 cable highly flexible and thus optimally suited for rack-internal cabling and patches.

Both the D7 and D9 series are available in cable lengths between 300mm and 10m. From a cable length of 1m, the cable series are also equipped with transparent shrink tubes on both sides for free labelling of the cables.

More: www.klotz-ais.com

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