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DH Labs has introduced an RCA connector called High Copper Alloy that is nearly 100 percent pure copper.
DH Labs said consumers will notice a dramatic improvement in the dynamics of their home theater systems and improved audio quality with the connector.
The electrical conductivity of the High Copper Alloy product can be measured at 93 percent, while the typical RCA connector measures an average 26 percent, said DH Labs. Virtually all RCA connectors used by cable makers today are made from brass, said the company. The resultant product reduces connectivity and greatly affects the performance of the cable.
The High Copper Alloy connectors are available on the Air Matrix and Revelation interconnects, or for purchase separately. Suggested retail is $16 each and these are available.
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