Othello Digital reference SPDIF Co-Axial Digital Cable (1.0m)
One of the best digital cables we have heard yet. The Othello is stunningly well built and provides the most transparent and truthful signature which is not only detailed but also tonally accurate.
A DAC is an important part of your Stereo chain. However, the cable that carries the digital signal is equally important. It is something that can most definitely make or break or the performance of your DAC
- True 75/110 ohm architecture
- Gold plated Eutectic Brass Lock-on RCA plugs
- Double braid for Best RF EMI rejection
- Terminated by the factory in an oxygen controlled environment using non-leaded solder
The cable is trusted and used by only the best-recording studios across the world as their REFERENCE for all their digital connections including DAC,’s aes ebu , world clock .
When it comes to digital trust only Pro Audio.
The cable is used in mastering and recording studios including Abbey Road, Capitol Studio, Platinum Studio, La Chapelle Studios (Belgium) and HANSA ( Germany ) . Clients include studios used by Mary Black, Robbie Williams, The late Michael Jackson, Dianna Krall and many more.
Details: 19/0.25 A (19 × #31 AWG)
Size: 0.932 mm² (#18 AWG)
|Insulation||Overall Diameter: 0.11″ (2.8 mm)
Resistance: 10,000 MΩ × m minimum at 250 VDC, 68°F (20°C)
Overall Diameter: 0.07″ (1.87 mm)
Material: LDPE (clear)
|Drain Wire||Details: 20/0.18 TA (20 × #33 AWG)
Size: 0.509 mm² (#21 AWG)
|Shield||Served Shield: approximately 100/0.18 A (approximately 100/#33 AWG)|
|Jacket||Overall Diameter: 0.31 ± 0.02″ (7.8 ± 0.5 mm)
|DC Resistance||At 68°F (20°C)
Inner Conductor: 0.006 Ω/ft (0.02 Ω/m)
Shield Conductor: 0.0021 Ω/ft (0.007 Ω/m)
|Capacitance||At 1 kHz, 68°F (20°C) 15.3 pF/ft (50 pF/m)
( effective capacitance value between inner twin)
|Inductance||0.21 µH/ft (0.7 µH/m)|
|Impedance||110 Ω ± 10% (characteristic impedance)|
|Attenuation||At 6 MHz, 0.0106 dB/ft (0.0347 dB/m)|
|Phase||0.17 rad/m (6 MHz) (constant)|
|Noise||Electrostatic Noise: 50 mV maximum
Electromagnetic Noise: Maximum 2 mV at 10 kHz
|Microphonics||40 mV maximum|
|Voltage Breakdown||Withstands at 500 VDC /15 sec, 68°F (20°C)|