Whether you're connecting a digital transport to a DAC, installing a Music Server/Streamer or plan on using any number of digital converter or controller combinations, a high-end digital audio cable design will allow you to hear more. Two channel stereo, 5.1 surround and 7.1 surround sound in the digital realm are all possible with the Allegro series of 75 Ohm S/PDIF cables and the Allegro 110 Ohm AES/EBU Balanced cables will support two channels of audio data up to 24 bits resolution. Allegro Digital cables are some of the best digital audio cables on the market while still remaining affordable.
The Allegro SPDIF cable uses a very low capacitance, solid copper conductor coaxial cable that's double shielded (copper braid over 100% foil) to keep RFI/EMI and other unwanted noise/disturbances out of the signal chain. The cable we've specified for the Allegro AES/EBU interconnects is a fully balanced 110 Ohm AES/EBU design using a twisted pair of stranded OFC conductors with full coverage stranded copper shield. The resulting combination of both coax and twisted pair designs will allow you to hear more detail in your music, top to bottom. The Allegro digital cables are dynamic and rich sounding while also being able to represent the smallest nuances in music with no loss of detail.
Allegro 75 Ohm Digital SPDIF interconnects are offered with two different high quality, high value compression connector options:
Allegro 110 Ohm Digital AES/EBU interconnects are offered with Neutrik black metal barrel, gold pin XLR connectors. The connectors for both SPDIF and AES/EBU designs were chosen over others as they represent great value and superb performance.
Allegro Digital SPDIF Interconnect Specifications:
20Ga solid copper center conductor, 75 Ohm
Ultra Low capacitance coax @ 26pf/0.5M
Full copper braid over 100% foil shielding
Belden Gold Plated RCA or BNC Compression Connectors
Our Allegro Digital SPDIF interconnects are NOT directional in design. The "arrow" on our heat shrink logo is however, the direction with which we have preconditioned the cable for use. E.g., Source (output) ---> Receiving (input) --or-- CD Player SPDIF output ---> SPDIF Input on DAC, etc.