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some commonly used digital coax cables / splitters
« on: April 29, 2003, 04:58:15 PM »

DIGITAL CABLES



I've used several different S/PDIF coax/RCA/7-pin digital cables.  For now, I use a Radio Shack (!) cable that is sturdy and so far bulletproof.  Go figure!

Canare  (http://www.canare.com)

Digiflex Gold 75ohm
I don't use this cable, but I must say I've read excellent reviews about all Canare cables.  FWIW, I really like my Canare interconnects on my home stereo system.

Radio Shack  (http://www.radioshack.com)
   
42-2682  |  Shielded Digital Audio Cable.  This is the 12' cable, I have a 3'.  Sturdy!!

Monster  (http://www.monstercable.com/)

IDL100  |  Comes in various lengths and popular among tapers.

Hosa  (http://www.hosatech.com)

DRA-501  |  Double sheild coax, gold-plated RCAs, 1m
DRA-502  |  Double sheild coax, gold-plated RCAs, 2m
DRA-503  |  Double sheild coax, gold-plated RCAs, 3m


KindKables (http://www.kindkables.com)
Offers a whole range of cables, standard or custom.


DIGITAL SPLITTERS / BARRELS / ADAPTERS



I'm sure there are others out there, but I haven't seen them mentioned much.

Monster  (http://www.monstercable.com/)
A YM2F-B  |  1 male > 2 female RCA

Vampirewire
90A | right angle RCA adapter
Y | 1 male > 2 female RCA
YF | 1 male > 2 female RCA (different layout)
DF | F/F RCA barrel

Radio Shack also carries splitters and barrels similar to above.
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Re:some commonly used digital coax cables / splitters
« Reply #1 on: February 03, 2004, 10:59:16 PM »
found a vampirewire splitter in seattle a while back.  pic of vampirewire and monster splitter to compare.

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Re:some commonly used digital coax cables / splitters
« Reply #2 on: February 03, 2004, 11:00:17 PM »
hmm...try to post pic again.

 

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