Odin 75 Ohm S/PDIF Digital
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Odin 75 Ohm S/PDIF Digital

Digital signal transfer is an exacting task that benefits from all the considerations that affect analog signals, but with the added concern of precisely defined termination standards. Correct digital data transmission demands purpose built cable solutions with dedicated conductors and impedance-matched termination. The 75 Ohm S/PDIF transfer standard requires a single, co-axial conductor, using properly configured 75 Ohm connectors in order to avoid serious signal degradation.�The Odin 75 Ohm digital lead employs a unique, massively oversized Dual Micro Mono-Filament construction, wrapped in a Total Signal Control (TSC), virtual solid shield, ensuring the superb geometrical accuracy demanded by a constant impedance conductor, combined with flexibility and the complete shielding delivered by a tubular shield construction. The choice of Silver NextGen RCA or Furatech Rhodium BNC connectors ensures that the supremely accurate transmission performance of the cable isn’t compromised by its termination, delivering digital data integrity to match the analog performance of the other Odin cables.Digital signal transfer is an exacting task that benefits from all the considerations that affect analog signals, but with the added concern of precisely defined termination standards. Correct digital data transmission demands purpose built cable solutions with dedicated conductors and impedance-matched termination. The 75 Ohm S/PDIF transfer standard requires a single, co-axial conductor, using properly configured 75 Ohm connectors in order to avoid serious signal degradation.The Odin 75 Ohm digital lead employs a unique, massively oversized Dual Micro Mono-Filament construction, wrapped in a Total Signal Control (TSC), virtual solidshield, ensuring the superb geometrical accuracy demanded by a constant impedance conductor, combined with flexibility and the complete shielding delivered by a tubular shield construction. The choice of Silver NextGen RCA or Furatech Rhodium BNC connectors ensures that the supremely accurate transmission performance of the cable isn’t compromised by its termination, delivering digital data integrity to match the analog performance of the other Odin cables.
Digital signal transfer is an exacting task that benefits from all the considerations that affect analog signals, but with the added concern of precisely defined termination standards. Correct digital data transmission demands purpose built cable solutions with dedicated conductors and impedance-matched termination. The 75 Ohm S/PDIF transfer standard requires a single, co-axial conductor, using properly configured 75 Ohm connectors in order to avoid serious signal degradation.
The Odin 75 Ohm digital lead employs a unique, massively oversized Dual Micro Mono-Filament construction, wrapped in a Total Signal Control (TSC), virtual solid shield, ensuring the superb geometrical accuracy demanded by a constant impedance conductor, combined with flexibility and the complete shielding delivered by a tubular shield construction. The choice of Silver NextGen RCA or Furatech Rhodium BNC connectors ensures that the supremely accurate transmission performance of the cable isn’t compromised by its termination, delivering digital data integrity to match the analog performance of the other Odin cables.
Digital signal transfer is an exacting task that benefits from all the considerations that affect analog signals, but with the added concern of precisely defined termination standards. Correct digital data transmission demands purpose built cable solutions with dedicated conductors and impedance-matched termination. The 75 Ohm S/PDIF transfer standard requires a single, co-axial conductor, using properly configured 75 Ohm connectors in order to avoid serious signal degradation.
The Odin 75 Ohm digital lead employs a unique, massively oversized Dual Micro Mono-Filament construction, wrapped in a Total Signal Control (TSC), virtual solidshield, ensuring the superb geometrical accuracy demanded by a constant impedance conductor, combined with flexibility and the complete shielding delivered by a tubular shield construction. The choice of Silver NextGen RCA or Furatech Rhodium BNC connectors ensures that the supremely accurate transmission performance of the cable isn’t compromised by its termination, delivering digital data integrity to match the analog performance of the other Odin cables.
 
Digital signal transfer is an exacting task that benefits from all the considerations that affect analog signals, but with the added concern of precisely defined termination standards. Correct digital data transmission demands purpose built cable solutions with dedicated conductors and impedance-matched termination. The 75 Ohm S/PDIF transfer standard requires a single, co-axial conductor, using properly configured 75 Ohm connectors in order to avoid serious signal degradation.
The Odin 75 Ohm digital lead employs a unique, massively oversized Dual Micro Mono-Filament construction, wrapped in a Total Signal Control (TSC), virtual solidshield, ensuring the superb geometrical accuracy demanded by a constant impedance conductor, combined with flexibility and the complete shielding delivered by a tubular shield construction. The choice of Silver NextGen RCA or Furatech Rhodium BNC connectors ensures that the supremely accurate transmission performance of the cable isn’t compromised by its termination, delivering digital data integrity to match the analog performance of the other Odin cables.

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Specification
Insulation:: High purity class 1.003 extruded Fluorinated Ethylene Propylene (FEP)
Construction:: Precision Dual Micro Mono-Filament and TSC design
Conductors:: Precision Dual Micro Mono-Filament and TSC design
Capacitance:: 15.3pF/ft
Impedance:: 75 Ohms
Propagation Delay:: 89% speed of light
Overall Shield Coverage: : 100% Total Coverage
Diameter: : 9mm
Connectors: : Furatech Rhodium BNC or WBT NextGen AG RCA