Several features of this cable make it superior for both digital audio and video use.
A solid silver-coated center conductor is used to maintain the most uniform impedance. This minimizes signal reflections, which is very important in digital data cables. The center conductor is encased in a foam Teflon dielectric, which has an extremely low dielectric constant of under 1.4. This provides the lowest dielectric absorption and loss. Noise rejection is maximized by a 2 Layer shield. This dual shield provides 100% coverage for complete immunity to noise.
The combination of a 100% aluminum Mylar shield and a heavy braid keeps ground resistance as low as possible. The RCA connectors are Cardas GRCM silver rhodium plating. They are soldered to the D-75 cable using WBT 4% silver-content solder and then the connector is treated with Caig Labs ProGold Conditioning Treatment to keep the gold from oxidizing and providing the best contact possible.