Timbre interconnect with phonos
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The word ‘timbre’ means the natural distinguishing sound of a musical instrument. We think it’s the perfect name for a cable that will let you hear the true sound of your recordings! It uses the legendary woven geometry and benefits from their highest purity VariStrand™ copper and fluorocarbon dielectric insulation. This all adds up to a level of performance that can compete with other far more expensive offerings on the market –it won’t disgrace itself even in higher end systems.
Arguably, Timbre is one of the best value interconnects in the whole Kimber range and therefore makes it into the list of Russ's Recommendations - see above right. Timbre single-ended cable uses custom UltraPlate™ RCA type connectors and Timbre balanced features "studio grade" XLR connectors with silver plated contacts.
We offer a number of additions and treatments to take the performance of your Interconnect to the next level. To find out more, click on the 'What's this?' link next to each icon above right.
Don't forget! We are so confident in the performance of this product that it is covered by our 60 Day Home Trial with Money Back Guarantee. Buy the product and if you're not completely satisfied, you can return it within 2 months for a refund. For full details click here.
- 3 Hyper-pure copper conductors
- Fluorocarbon insulation
- KIMBER UltraPlate™ phonos
- Attenuated option
- Balanced version with XLRs (no extra cost)
(Cp) parallel capacitance: 62.10 pF / meter
(Ls) series inductance: 0.493 µH / meter
(Rdc) dc loop resistance: 0.057 ? / meter
(Cp) parallel capacitance: 45.80 pF / meter
(Ls) series inductance: 1.00 µH / meter
(Rdc) dc loop resistance: 0.0822 ? / meter
Read more about the review here
Read Jason Kennedy's thoughts on Kimber Timbre here
Today, it is all too common for an amplifier's performance to be restricted because the output voltage of the CD player is too high. This can introduce distortion to the sound and restricts the amount of volume control you have. The problem can also occur with other components too, such as DVD/Blu-ray players, tuners, SACD players, MiniDisc players and even, on occasion, turntables!
The solution is to use an interconnect which 'attenuates' the signal from the CD player allowing a much more controlled and better sound from your system.
Find out more about attenuation here