Harmonic TechnologyPhotonHarmonic Technology Photon 1.5 meter RCA Pre to Amp!Harmonic Technology Photon, 1.5 meter RCA cables. All Photon cables are designed to be either a LINK, AMP or DIGITAL cable and are available in XLR's or RCA's.This is a Photon AMP and for the conn...1095.00

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Harmonic Technology Photon, 1.5 meter RCA cables. All Photon cables are designed to be either a LINK, AMP or DIGITAL cable and are available in XLR's or RCA's.

This is a Photon AMP and for the connection of Pre Amp to Amplifier and is a RCA in 1.5 meter pair.

These are Analog Optical cables converting the signals at the sending and receiving ends.

These are amazing sounding and are some of the best sounding cables made.

Current version, comes with standard power supply.

Harmonic Technology Photon Amp Interconnect:

The second generation of the CyberLight P2A Photon Transducer Interconnect that is optimized for Preamp-to-Amplifier connections (recommended input: 1.25 Vrms).

Harmonic Technology Photon Amp Interconnect

Key Features:

Patent-pending LAM ensures music is never digitized and offers the lowest possible noise floor
The LAM modules are applied at both ends of the cable, ensuring absolutely no analog-to-digital conversion
Fiber-optic technology ensures entire signal path is purely analog, without any sampling
Light transmission through the fiber is uni-directional
Since back reflection is extremely low (< -55dB), optical isolators are unnecessary
Leverages telecommunication laser and fiber technology rather than LED and plastic/polymer fiber found in Toslink cables
Photon light signals make it immune to EMI and RFI interference
No DC measurement at the receiving termination, with added logic to prevent any possible DC leak to the destination device
A broader frequency response range and provides even better sound quality and detail presentation
Better measurement data than the CyberLight P2A
Musical information is preserved to a greater degree because no digitalization is used
No sampling or mathematical algorithms problems to provide an even greater depth, airiness and soundstage
With the signal path being unidirectional, the signal ground loop is completely isolated, creating a much darker background
Better preservation of natural harmonics, resulting in the ultimate three-dimensional acoustics, with flat frequency response up to 40 MHz
Easy component impedance match so components can perform at its designed peak
The bass is the tightest, deepest, AND most articulate, with no bloat¬ójust rich tones and superb definition
Highs are crystalline, precise and all musical passages unravel with ease
One-year warrantee

Revolutionary Fiber Optic Interconnect Cable
As two-channel and multi-channel music and even surround systems reach ever greater resolutions, selecting the best interconnects to bring each component together into perfect harmony has become one of the most crucial and complex decisions. For the truly discriminating, the choice is fiber-optically clear: Blue-jacketed Photon Amp analog interconnects. By adapting glass fiber and laser-like technology to the audio realm, Harmonic Technology has created a new generation of interconnects to bring the ultimate level of performance to audiophiles. Through patent-pending, miniaturized LAM (Light Analog Module) Photon Transducers, the Photon Amp converts audio signals to light pulses, with absolutely no digital conversions, to unleash the sonic depth, accuracy and power of every signal. The entire signal path remains purely analog without any sampling to capture amazing clarity. The photon density modulated optical information travels at the speed of light to eliminate any capacitance, inductances, skin effects, phase shifts and signal loss up to 200m. The result is a seductively quiet background, luscious harmonics and a transparent three-dimensional soundstage.

Ground-Breaking Technology
Figuratively and literally speaking, Photon technology is truly ground-breaking. The photon density modulated light signal actually does break the ground between components yielding a signal largely (or completely with the i-Pure DC Power Supply) unaffected by humming noise along the ground plane. With the signal path completely isolated from the ground, the Photon Amp ensures that there is no possibility of the cables passing noise between components, nor acting as an antenna for RFI or EMI induced distortions, which keeps the noise floor extremely low and reduces smearing.

Please note: Because there are no physical wires built within the Photon Amp, an extra ground wire may be needed in order to ensure components are on the same ground level.

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