AudioQuest FLX RCA Splitter (Male to 2 Female)
Design: Male RCA Plug to 2 x Female RCA Sockets
Conductor Metal: Solid Long Grain Copper
Length: 15 cm
This splitter has a number of applications but the most popular is to connect it to a single subwoofer output (from your amplifier or receiver) and then run a pair of stereo rca-rca cables to the subwoofer. Obviously the subwoofer needs to have dual inputs! The idea is that you are increasing the input signal and therefore get more output.
Solid Perfect-Surface Copper+ (PSC+) Conductors
Solid Long-Grain Copper allows a smoother and clearer sound than cables using regular OFHC (Oxygen-Free High-Conductivity) copper. Solid conductors prevent strand interaction, a major source of distortion. The surface quality is critical because a conductor can be considered as a rail-guide for both the electric fields within a conductor, and for the magnetic fields outside the conductor. LGC has fewer oxides within the conducting material, less impurities, less grain boundaries, and definitively better performance.
- Description: Single Male RCA plug to 2 x Female RCA sockets
- Metal: Solid Long Grain Copper
- Braid: Black/Silver/White
- Length:15 cm
AudioQuest has been the largest cable supplier to the high-end specialist market for several decades and is sold in over sixty countries. Founder Bill Lowe is especially pleased that this success has been possible despite his insistence that the foundation of the company, and the foundation of AudioQuest marketing, must be the performance of the product and when he visited Audio Trends a couple of years back we were convinced of this by his genuine sincerity. In the audio world, many professionals have learned that it is not always convenient to listen to the products they sell … they might learn something they don’t want to know! Bill has always understood the challenge of basing the existence of AudioQuest on the performance of the product. However, to Bill, this is the only reasonable way to do business and the only acceptable way to combine his passion for music (and all things high performance), with his need to make a living.