Higher-Performance Cable for Critical Applications
Stereophile "Recommended Component"
If you've been searching for a superior quality component video cable set, but don't want to pay high-end prices, you've come to the right place. Kimber Kable's D75 component video cable is an extremely high-resolution cable, yet it's still sensibly priced.
Stereophile magazine awards the DV75 its "Recommended Component" listing, citing the DV75' "performance on a par with the D60 for a fraction of the price," in Vol. 19, No. 5, 2001.
Kimber's DV75 is at home in the finest audio and video systems with its detailed and articulate performance. For HDTV, DV75 is incredible, allowing the full measure of this technology to shine through. In fact, for the money, no other cable can challenge the integrity, performance, detail, and emotion of D75.
This 75-ohm, RG6-type cable offers most of the performance of Kimber's flagship D60 digital cable. Its precision construction, including silver-plated conductors and Teflon dielectric, makes it the best choice for critical video and digital applications. Termination is with Ultraplate™ RCAs.
Meeting the Demands of Digital and Video Signals
Digital and video interconnect cables call for parameters that are unique when compared to analog audio cables. In digital and video applications, the solutions are geared towards and emphasis in wide frequency bandwidth, low dielectric loss, low parallel capacitance, and low series inductance. Due to the higher frequencies involved in digital and video transfer such specifications are of critical importance.
Digital signals contain a wide range of encoded information, which includes timing signals. These high frequency timing signals must be precisely communicated between components to ensure that information is properly decoded before conversion back to analog. Kimber Kable's digital cables are manufactured to strict standards, reducing variations that could induce signal degrading reflections.
The requirements surrounding the transfer of video signals are as demanding as those of digital. If the parameters are not carefully engineered, the creation of color shifts or imbalances, losses in brightness or contrast, and loss of detail can all occur. Kimber Kable's digital / video cables have been optimized for both existing and emerging High Definition Television standards.