Directional RCA in high end audio


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Username: Colorblind88

Rapid City, SD United States

Post Number: 1
Registered: Jul-19
In another thread here some time ago the question wasn't fully answered.

Does anybody have thoughts on something like the weaving patterns of shielded RCAs and how a grounded or positive signal might flow differently through one?

While thinking today, it reminded me of how a Chinese finger trap might move and how if the friction of the weaving alone can trap your finger than the pattern really might trap or distance static in a better way too.

Has anybody heard about what these RCAs actually are?

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Username: Magfan


Post Number: 3603
Registered: Oct-07
RCA has 2 conductors.
BUT, if you add a ground weave or over shell, you can ground it ONLY at the 'send' end. That way, any RF picked up is grounded to the upstream component.
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