The "THE Mahone RCA" cable from the famous Canadian 1877 PHONO brand allows you to connect your phono player to your phono preamplifier with RCA jacks.
Resolutely Audiophile in its design, it is particularly useful for connecting old record players to our modern equipment, giving them an extra chance to amaze us with their inimitable analog sound.
Rarely elegant with its grey striated black nylon sheath and satin-look connectors, the Mahone attests to the love of its designers for beautiful things, whether visual or auditory.
But it also bears witness to the seriousness of their approach to technical considerations.
Thus the RCAs are plated with 24k fine gold and teflon insulated, while each bond is made with solder containing 5% Silver.
The Mahone reading arm cable has been carefully designed and manufactured from a thin copper OCC copper fiber covered with dielectric PE.
The 4 cores are of the same size and harmonize around a single conductor with the same number of conductors and size. They are properly twisted followed by a mylar and copper drain for excellent EMI / RFI rejection.
New to the 1877 range, the Mahone provides a clear, controlled but quality transfer.
- Number of Drivers: 4
- Composition of Conductors: OCC Copper
- Input: 2 x RCA + 24k Gold Plated Ground + Teflon Insulation
- Output: 2 RCA sockets + 24k Gold Plated Ground + Teflon Insulation
- Shielding: Copper + PET (Polyethylene Terephthalate) Insulation Sheathing
- Total Cable Length: 1.5m
- Finish: Black & Grey nylon sheath