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Professional Grade Single Digital S/PDIF RCA Cable

Digital Audio | Gold-Plated Connectors | Molded Strain Relief | Fully Shielded |PVC Jacket

RCA Audio Cables - 6FT Single Digital S/PDIF RCA Cable

The S/PDIF (Sony/Philips Digital Interconnect Format) RCA cables are used to transmit digital audio a short distance between supported components. The 24k gold plated connectors provide excellent connection and are corrosion resistant.


  • Length: 6ft
  • For digital audio
  • 24k gold plated RCA connections
  • Fully molded connection
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    Q: What are RCA connectors commonly used for?

    A: RCA cables have a variety of uses. Mainly they are used for audio and video on anything from home theater applications to cameras.

    Q: I see RCA's defined as composite and component. What is the difference?

    A: While RCA connectors all look the same the cables they are attached to make them different. Composite is for single video and can also be used for audio. Component uses 3 different RCA connectors for video.

    Q: What is the difference between triple dual and single RCA?

    Single: 1 cable that can do audio or video

    Dual: 2 cables typically for audio. A left and right channel

    Triple: Audio and video. 3 cables all tied together. 1 video 2 audio.

    Q: What does plenum rated mean?

    A: Plenum (CMP) is a rating that is given to cables that have passed a stringent burn test and are able to be run through plenum air spaces. Plenum air spaces include drop ceilings and non-ducted HVAC air returns.

    Features & Specs
    Connector side AConnectors on this cable??Single RCA Male
    Connector side AConnectors on this cable?Single RCA Male
    LengthThe Length of the cable?6ft
    UseThe use for this cable??Digital Audio
    ColorThe color of the cable?Orange
    ShieldingThe type of shielding??Fully shielded