The Performance Subwoofer Y adapter is designed for use with active subwoofers that require both left and right channels to be connected for best performance.
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The Performance Subwoofer Y adapter is designed for use with active subwoofers that require both left and right channels to be connected for best performance. It can also be used wherever a signal needs to be split between two pieces of equipment such as when bi-amping. Includes Oxygen Free Copper conductors and dual magnetic shielding for enhanced signal integrity to ensure that you get the best from your subwoofer.
Brings superior noise immunity to unbalanced audio connections by using a twisted pair for the signal and return paths thus introducing a level of common mode noise rejection not present in conventional cables.
Protects delicate signals against interference from external high voltages. The shield should ideally be connected at the source end, hence the directionality arrows printed on the cable jacket.
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A pack of 10 chunky cable ties suitable for neatly holding Audio Visual cables in place tidying up mess and improving system performance. Each tie is 150mm x 20mm and is capable of holding in place upto 5 average cables.
To ensure good conductivity and signal propagation
Maintain the best connection to your devices
Screened cable to reduce and eliminate interference