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Powered Subwoofer Cable

iBASS  Powered Subwoofer Interconnect Cable

In some ways, the subwoofer cable interconnect is the least demanding application in home theater. While HD video demands cables able to carry high-bandwidth signals, at tight impedance tolerances, the subwoofer cable has the relatively easy job of carrying a very low-frequency, very low-bandwidth signal. But a subwoofer cable has a critical job to do, and needs to do it well: keep out hum. Hum can come from ground loops (cable won't help you if that's the case, but see our iSUPPLY power clarifier) or, often, from EMI (electro-magnetic interference). High-energy, low-frequency noise, like the 60-cycle hum from nearby power cords, fluorescent lights, and other miscellaneous sources, is the hardest type of interference to shield against, and the best defense here is a dense and highly-conductive braid shield. Our recommended subwoofer interconnect cables have not one, but two, dense braid shields, and in our testing we've found this to be the best shield configuration, outperforming conventional single-braid, braid-and-foil, and unbalanced twisted-pair cables when it comes to hum rejection.


  • Drastically reduces signal distortion for unrivaled audio clarity using 6N OFHC conductor and high-purity, silver solder joints;

  • Optimizes performance at all frequencies for consistent, exact sound reproduction using unique Vibration Control Technology;

  • Maintains stronger signals that yield superior sonic accuracy with precision-formulated, Polyethylene, Silk & Air dielectric materials;  

  • Protects against wire damage for consistently high-quality audio with integrated strain relief;

  • Maintains integrity, even when bent with abrasion-resistant, flexible PE jacket with protection braid;

  • Creates precise contact for low loss with included 24K gold plated DCT RCA plug or XLR plug.


Burn-In Period

All iBass Subwoofer interconnect cables have been tested and pre burned-in at the factory. However, as with any high end audio components, it may take up to 50 hours of listening to music to reach the optimal sonic results.

** Due to continuous product improvement, actual product might be varied from product's picture.
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