Diode cables

The term “diode cables” is a relict from early days of HiFi technology when valves were used in the output sections of amplifiers.
Today diode cables are the name for cables for recording and/or play connections between stereo components.

Because of the high input impedance cables with low capacitance are necessary to avoid a decrease in the higher fre quency range.

The product range is from 1 to 8 core constructions, each with a low-capacitance PE-insulation and single core copperwire-screening.
The cross sections of the cores are between 0.08 mm2 and 0.14 mm2.

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