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Stereophile "Recommended Component"
"Beautifully Made… Sounds Great"
"Reference-level wire you can afford," declares audio critic Corey Greenberg in his Stereophile review of Kimber's PBJ interconnect (volume 16, number 7). PBJ's elegantly simple design proves the adage, "less is more."
The highly acclaimed PBJ interconnect exhibits simple, elegant construction incorporating proven tri-braid field geometry, Varistrand™, Hyper-pure copper conductors and extruded Teflon® dielectric.
In the February 2003 issue of Secrets of Home Theater and High Fidelity, John E. Johnson, Jr. writes, "Kimber PBJ… has been one of my favorites for many years. It is beautifully made, uses Teflon dielectric, is relatively inexpensive, and sounds great."
PBJ has become a classic with performance that continues to be unmatched by competing cables. Tonally balanced with clear, articulate highs, accurate midrange, tight extended bass, and three-dimensional soundstaging are common descriptions echoed by surprised reviewers and satisfied customers.
PBJ features Kimber Kable's Ultraplate™ RCA type connector.
Lengths over 3.0 meters are special order items.
Please allow 3-4 weeks for delivery.
Audio Advisor Review - Kimber Kable PBJ Interconnect
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|Still the best value around|
Since I bought my first set of PBJs in 1995, one way or another I always incorporated them into my systems. In Nov 2011, I bought two additional pairs with the optional WBT-0147 connectors from Audio Advisor. They still continue to impress me with their simple design, outstanding value, and sweet sound. Thats why they are still my preferred interconnect.
|- Patrick K, IL|
|A bargain that renders the more expensive stuff useless|
I own a modestly priced Marants PM 7200 integrated amplifier since discontinued. Recently I found a useful tip on the internet about how to improve the sound by simply replacing the processor loop jumpers with fine interconects. I chose the Kimber PBJ for this purpose. OH MY GOD! That cheap amplifier now sounds just like an ultra high end tube amp. I am not exagerating. I wasnt necessarily displeased with the way it sounded before, but there was plenty of room for improvement. Now I must rewire my whole system with the PBJs. God! I love this hobby!
|- James W, AR|