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Audio - XLR Cables

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Do your TV, home cinema or hi-fi justice. Chances are, better cables will deliver much better results than those that came included

Designed for high-end, studio and professional audio equipment, these offer serious audiophile advantages over traditional interconnects. XLR cables include an extra ground pin, eliminating "ground hum", as well as offering one of the best ways to pass the signal on.

These work with key high-end Cambridge Audio products including the DacMagic Plus, 851A amplifier and 851C CD player.

More audio cables

RCA phono cables

Pairs of cables that carry audio signals in high quality between components in your system, e.g. from CD to amplifier...Read more



S/PDIF digital coaxial cable

Many audiophiles also believe that upgrading to a higher quality digital coaxial cables offers better audio quality than Toslink...Read more


Subwoofer cable

A single cable that runs from home cinema receiver to subwoofer (bass speaker)...Read more

table-900seriesXLR900

The ultimate performance from high-end components

Ideal for:

High-end audiophile-grade connections for the finest equipment

Lengths available:

1m

 
 

 

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Maximises performance from entry level components

Ideal for:

Balanced input on high-end stereo components

Lengths available:

0.75m

Do your TV, home cinema or hi-fi justice. Chances are, better cables will deliver much better results than those that came included

 

Why hifi cables matter

You've come to Cambridge Audio. So we already know you're passionate about movies and music – about getting the best visual and audio entertainment technology. So why would you sell yourself short with substandard picture quality and sound that could be easily and cheaply fixed?

Every day we see top-notch TVs and amazing hi-fis let down by the cheapest cables – the ones that came free in the box. For a tiny percentage of the overall cost of your home entertainment system, you can make sure that instead of your "interconnects" being the weakest link, your audio and video signal quality remains as pure as possible both to your eyes and ears.

We're not trying to sell you voodoo technology or magic beans – that's why our cable guide clearly shows how much you should spend, what the advantages are and what purposes each of our cables is best used for. And that's why we carry cables for every key use and every budget, all designed to unleash the potential in your system.

Do your home entertainment justice – invest a tiny bit more for a massive return.

 

HDMI cables

HDMI

Combining high-definition video and multi-channel audio, this is the digital cable used on most modern TVs, projectors and home cinema receivers, as well as many consoles, set-top boxes, Blu-ray players etc...Read more

Audio interconnects & cables

RCA phono cables

Pairs of cables that carry audio signals in high quality between components in your system, e.g. from CD to amplifier...Read more



S/PDIF digital coaxial cable

Many audiophiles also believe that upgrading to a higher quality digital coaxial cables offers better audio quality than Toslink...Read more


XLR cables

Designed for high-end, studio and professional audio equipment, these offer serious audiophile advantages over traditional interconnects...Read more


Subwoofer cable

A single cable that runs from home cinema receiver to subwoofer (bass speaker)...Read more


Speaker cable

Carries the signal from amplifier or AV receiver to your speakers. Speaker cable features two plugs at each end. Better cables mean your audio more accurately reaches your speakers...Read more

Video interconnects & cables

Coaxial Aerial Cable

Co-ax cable for connection of aerial wall socket to set-top TV box...Read more

Essential cables

3.5mm jack to 3.5mm jack cable

Connect any device with a 3.5mm headphone socket or output to a device with a 3.5mm input such as the Azur 651A amplifer - great for sharing and enjoying music stored on smartphones and tablets....Read more


3.5mm jack to phono cable

Connect any device with a 3.5mm headphone socket or output to a device with a 3.5mm input such as the Azur 651A amplifer - ideal if you don't have a dock or want the connection to be available to different devices...Read more