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Klotz advances to D2

Klotz advances to D2

Klotz advances to D2

Available in standard lengths from 0.3–20m, Klotz AIS has added the D2 cables to its family of professional digital leads. Designed to transmit digital audio signals in compliance with AES/EBU, the D2 cables can also be used for analogue microphone signals or digital DMX lighting control. Within the 6.5mm diameter PVC outer jacket that provides mechanical stability without compromising flexibility, dense shielding and a spiral shield combine to offer interference-free signal transmission over long distances. Closely twisted pairs of conductors boost resistance against external electromagnetic interference fields. Based on the OT2000 cable and featuring Klotz‘s own (nickel) or Neutrik's (black chrome) three-pin XLR connectors, the D2 has a characteristic impedance of 110Ω low capacitance and attenuation.



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