DIGITAL – ACCESS

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DIGITAL ENTRY LEVEL  PERFORMANCE AT ITS BEST !

75 OHMS OFC (Oxygen Free Copper) cable . Double shield.

Connectors:  CANARE F-10 DELUXE JAPAN

MINIMUM LENGTH: 1,5 meter or LONGER on request.

DIGITAL – BULLET

“It’s been almost a month and the music is simply triumphant in my listening room. With the Digital Bullet cable connected to my computer, the Monster Cable is now history, because it was losing too much detail and musicality. I finally understand why I was starting to lose interest in listening to my music files. Without a doubt, after passing through my music collection on my audio equipment, the superiority of your products is evident.” J.L.

75 OHMS OFC (Oxygen Free Copper) cable . Double shield.

ETI Eichmann BULLET PLUG® COPPER.

MINIMUM LENGTH: 1,5 meter or LONGER on request.

DIGITAL – RCA & BALANCED MAESTRO

Numerique-Maestro-BAL-RCA-2These cables will reveal loads of information that was hidden, until now. What a delight!

 

RCA DIGITAL MAESTRO

ETI (Eichmann) COPPER BULLET PLUG™ connectors.

A BIS exclusive desing producing a super wide frequency range and an outstanding performance.

 

BALANCED DIGITAL MAESTRO

New technology:  Neutrik multi-contact XLR connectors.

AES/EBU 110 Ω, High density OFC (Oxygen Free Wire) cable,

Super wide frequency range.

Permits long run without performance loss.

 

MINIMUM LENGTH: 1,5 meter or LONGER on request.

DIGITAL – VIVAT

This cable is optimized to respect timbre and provide a faithful reproduction of the sound stage.

The combination of ultra high-speed conductors and the Copper RCA Bullet Plugs® (ETI / Eichmann) maximizes the transfer of digital data, eliminating any trace of “hard” digital sound, for a natural and striking presentation.

OFC 75 ohms Cable.   Reversed spiral geometry.

ETI (Eichmann) Copper Bullet Plugs®. or high quality BNC connectors.

MINIMUM LENGTH:  1,5 meter or LONGER on request.

“As to its lack of sound signature, I can tell you that listening to violins is now a lot closer to what I hear at concerts, notably a softening of the treble and richer instrumental timbre.”  Jan-Erik Nordoen, Son & Image Magazine