VENOM S/PDIF

Where indicated, price is for the US only.
For non-US customers, please contact regional distributor for pricing.

$300.00

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PMZ Shunyata Research digital cables are produced using a ‌Precision Matched Impedance cable geometry. This means that tolerances of the conductor surface, dielectric extrusion, and the precision of the braided shield are held to minute variances. To achieve these tight tolerances, the extrusion and braiding machines must be run at one-quarter speed during the manufacturing process. The result is better performance through a reduction of cable-induced signal jitter.

(Z definition = impedance)

PMZ

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PMZ Connectors Pulse timing is critical to digital transmission accuracy.  It is critical that a digital connector’s impedance precisely match the cables's characteristic impedance.  A mismatched connector will create signal reflections which increases digital jitter or phase noise. A 50-ohm cable requires a 50-ohm termination — not the commonly used 75-ohm connector. Shunyata Research is careful to ensure that every cable and connector are precisely matched for a seamless component to component connection.

VTX™ — Shunyata Research’s exclusive VTX™ conductors are formed into a virtual tube with the core of the conductor being hollow. This ensures that all the current flows through the outer periphery of the conductor which minimizes skin effects and random eddy currents.  VTX™ conductors are made with single crystal Ohno, certified OFE or silver wire.

Superior by design

Ohno wire, also called ‌PCOCC was invented in 1986 by professor Atsumi ‌Ohno of the Chiba Institute of Technology in Japan. Copper wire is created by an extrusion process that pulls a rod of cold copper through a small orifice which creates multiple crystalline boundaries. By contrast, ‌‌Ohno wire is made by a process using heated molds that cast a wire to form a single crystalline structure. ‌‌Ohno wire is well known for its exceptionally pure, grain-free sonic qualities.

Single-crystal purity

Kinetic Phase Inversion Processing

Kinetic Phase Inversion Processing was developed by Caelin Gabriel after years of research into the underlying causes of various effects such as burn-in, wire directionality and the effects of cryogenic treatment. He discovered that there was an underlying core principle that burn-in and cryogenics only partially addressed. Once the governing principle was understood it became possible to create a processor that reduces the need for long burn-in periods and eliminates the effects of cryogenic treatment. Four-days of continuous KPIP™ processing dramatically reduces the sonic ups and downs associated with burn-in, delivering a relaxed and natural presentation.

LIMITED LIFETIME WARRANTY

The unparalleled craftsmanship and build quality of Shunyata Research products is backed by a limited lifetime warranty. This demonstrates our commitment to building the finest products on the planet and providing exceptional customer support.

Valid only in the US and Canada

Shunyata Research stands alone as the industry leader in

patented technologies and measurably superior performance.

 

Specifications
VENOM S/PDIF

Cable Type: PMZ coaxial

Conductors: VTX / Ohno

Dielectric: TPE

Impedance: 75

Connectors: SR-RCAa-75

CMODE Modules: NA

KPIP Processing: 4-days

Length: 1.00 meters

Safety: Continuity and polarity tests – by two technicians
HiPOT tests insulation breakdown @ 1,200 VAC