AudioQuest's quality-built Diamondback analog audio cables transfer signals with minimal noise and signal loss. Each cable features three solid copper conductors to effectively eliminate electrical and magnetic interference that can add brittleness to the sound. And Audioquest uses a pure grade of copper in the conductors to minimize distortion.
Each conductor has its own insulating air tube, which prevents information smearing better than foam insulation. An additional layer of shielding negates almost all electronic noise, for the cleanest signal possible.
Diamondback cables feature RCA connectors made of silver-plated copper. The connectors are fastened by cold welding a process that uses high pressure and silver paste to minimize signal loss. By contrast, solder tends to impede the signal, and the heating of the copper conductor during soldering can negatively affect its performance.