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Reference Interconnects, & Reference Speaker Cable (Speaker Wire)
for your Hi Fi Audio and Home Theater system.

 
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Products
 
Reference Interconnects
We recommend Our
Yellow Label
for connections to your power amps and sub
(Jumper available for
NAD C372 amp....
)

We recommend our
White Label

for all other connections
including digital applications


We recommend our
Truly Balanced XLR/XLR
for all balanced interconnections.
 
Reference Speaker Cable
We recommend our
Gold Label Reference Speaker Cable system
for connections to your speakers

TMC Speaker Jumpers

 

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Frequently Asked Questions

         Is the cable directional?
The design of the cable is not directional. But to keep the beneficial effects of burn-in, the cable is marked with an arrow (see the lightening strike under the TMC logo) indicating the flow of the music signal.
 

         Is the cable stiff?
The cable can be considered stiff when compared to most other commercially available Hi Fi cables, but the cable is very manageable.

"Stiffness" in Hi Fi cable is only a psychological problem.

At worst it takes about 5 extra minutes to get used to during installation at some tight spots.


Please click here for more information on how to bend, handle and install "stiff" cable.

Follow the simple steps below; take a little time to connect the cable, then sit back and enjoy the music with TMC like you have never before.

Please note:  Remember to remove the cable before you shift the equipment around.
 

  • How do you install the cables with locking type RCA plugs?
     
    1. Out of the box, gently straighten the cable into a more manageable general shape to work with. 
       
    2. Bend and shape the cable into position, with the RCA plugs pointing square and straight at the RCA sockets. 
       
    3. Please click here for more information on how to bend "stiff" cable.
       
    4. Turn the barrels (with color code rings) of the plugs anti-clockwise to loosen and un-lock the plugs just enough that the plugs can be pushed fully into the socket. 
       
    5. Plug in one side of the cable. Make sure the plug is pushed all the way into the socket.
       
    6. Now carefully re-shape the cable so that the other RCA plug can go straight into the other socket without much strain from the cable.
       
    7. Turn the barrels (one by one) clockwise to lock the plugs onto the socket.

      Push the plug further into the socket, every 1/2 turn of the barrel while locking down, or as soon as you can see a gap between the tip of the barrel and the socket, before further tightening.
       

      The final lock down should not take more than 1/4 turn of the barrel, and the tip of the barrel should be almost touching the socket.

             8.    Please do not hesitate to contact us should you still have question and problem with installation of our cables.


Important:    Remember to remove the cable before you shift the equipment around.

                   Always remember to loosen the barrel to unlock the plug before trying to remove the cable.