Supra Sublink RCA
For single channel connection between e.g. a receiver and active sub-woofer (often called LFE channel = Low Frequency Effects). Supra Sublinks low capacitance and high noise interference immunity make longer cable routing possible, which most often is the case for sub-woofer connections. Further the low capacitance allow bass pulse build-up without flattening or slow down, the really desirable property of an excellent hifi sub-woofer sound.
Features and benefits
- Shielding - very silent from noise and microphony
- Easy to install - fits also perfect in conduits
- Low capacitance - Allows for bass pulse without flattening or slowing down
- Robust connectors - Noise immune and gold plated for a long service life
- Made in Sweden!
Supra Y-Link Sub-Woofer Cable - Splits singel channel sub-woofer output to two mono inputs
Supra Y-Link allows for interconnection between a receiver with a single LFE channel output and an active sub-woofer without specific LFE input but instead two channel (stereo) inputs, or any other devices that is desired to feed with one single channel. Sometimes the output sound level from the sub-woofer becomes too low when feeding only one of the inputs, why we have developed Y-Link cable that branches from one to two single-ended RCA connectors, making it possible to feed both channels with the same mono signal.
- The Y-Link does not provide stereo sound, it splits only the mono LFE (single) channel to double mono inputs.
- Using the Y-Link in any way to sum stereo (2) channels to mono is potentially dangerous to your pre-amplifier/receiver/ampifier and we strongly advice not to use the Y-Link this way. Supra Cables do not cover any damages.
- Some devices input impedance are too low to be suitable to share the same single output signal. The result will in the best situation only deteriorate the sound especially when playing louder. There is a risc, however, that the output amplifier stage from the mono source to be splitted, may not be able to drive the resulting lower impedance and may in worst case over-heat and break. Read carefully the devices manuals or ask the manufacturer to determine whether it is possible to split the mono output signal into two input stages.