Rockville RTR174 17 Foot 4 Channel Twisted Pair RCA Cable Split Pin, 100% Copper

RCA cables are the backbone of your audio system. They are used for
transferring audio and video signals. Without a proper cable and good signal,
you can have a distortion, which would hold your system back from performing at
its optimal capabilities. Don’t ever settle for cheap RCA’s because they will
not provide a clean signal to your amplifiers or video sources.

These Rockville RCA cables are 100 % copper, and feature advanced technologies
like triple shielding, magnetic interference rejection, woven outer shield, and
more. The best way to ensure that you’ll have a good setup is to invest in good
cables.
Features:
Rockville RTR174 17 Foot 100% Copper 4-Channel Twisted Pair RCA Cable
100% Oxygen Free Copper
17ft (5.1m)
Shielded Twisted Pair Premium Audiophile Grade RCA Interconnect Cable
High Performance Mini RCA Plugs
Tinned Copper Strands for Sonic Purity
Split Pin Technology Ensures a Secure Connection
Outstanding Noise Rejection, Accuracy, and Frequency Response
Color Coded Channel Identification
Also Available in: 3-Foot, 6-Foot, 12-Foot, 20-Foot and 25-Foot
Lifetime Warranty

Product Features

  • Rockville RTR174 17 Foot 100% Copper 4-Channel Twisted Pair RCA Cable.
  • 100% Oxygen Free Copper. 17ft (5.1m).
  • Shielded Twisted Pair Premium Audiophile Grade RCA Interconnect Cable.
  • High Performance Mini RCA Plugs. Tinned Copper Strands for Sonic Purity.
  • Split Pin Technology Ensures a Secure Connection.
  • Outstanding Noise Rejection, Accuracy, and Frequency Response.
  • Color Coded Channel Identification.
  • Also Available in: 3-Foot, 6-Foot, 12-Foot, 20-Foot and 25-Foot. Lifetime Warranty.

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2 Responses to Rockville RTR174 17 Foot 4 Channel Twisted Pair RCA Cable Split Pin, 100% Copper

  1. Anonymous says:

    Complainers are Rookies! Great Cables for little $.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Stupid way to save cost The cable looks very well made but the connectors do not fit very snug. The main issue is in labeling the cable ends. It shows on the sight that all the connectors are labeled but that’s not the case. The only way of knowing which black or which blue connector mates with the one on the opposite end is to use a continuity tester and label them yourself. Pretty poor way to run a business. I actually bought 2 of them and I will use them, but I’ll never buy another one or anything from Rockville…