dCBL-BNC

 The dCBL-BNC and dCBL-COX cables are the high-performance digital audio cables for transmitting AES3 signals well known as master clock signal, word clock signal, and S / PDIF signals.

 Depending on your application, you can choose the cable between 50 ohm impedance and 75 ohm impedance cables. Select dCBL-BNC50 for 50 ohm impedance and dCBL-BNC75 or dCBL-COX75 for 75 ohm impedance. Normally 50 ohm impedance is mainly used for master clock signal, 75 ohm impedance is used for Word clock signal or AES / EBU signal. For lengths, 1M is the standard and choose 1.5M or upto 2M.

 These cables also adapt the already well known and proven filter block used all SOtM cables to achieve high quality sound.

 If you would define the clock signal as a simple digital angular waveform that simply repeats 0 and 1, you would not have given any special meaning to these cables. However, because the clock signal is part of a vast analog field that defines the time, rather than just repeating 0 and 1 waveforms, the sound quality and musical results expressed by such well-made digital cables become very special. SOtM dCBL-BNC and dCBL-COX can tell you how pure clock signal could be transferred by eliminating digital noise flowing via wires, rather than simply delivering clock signals, can bring a big improvement and get closure to another level of sound quality.

 Enjoy the best sound quality by dCBL-BNC and dCBL-COX with pure analog clock signals transmitted.

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FAQ

Which one should I choose between 50ohm and 75ohm?

Normally 10MHz signal use 50 ohm cable. And word clock or SPDIF signal use 75 ohm cable.

If you want to connect audio signal or clock signal in long distance like CATV signal, 75 ohm is better.
But, for most cases, audio application is not needed to connect in long distances.
So 50ohm cable is better than 75 ohm cable.