Burson Audio Cable+ Pro Impedance Matching Interconnect Cables

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Description

The Burson Cable+ Pro is a painstakingly designed fully discrete audio buffer with Canare audio cables and plugs attached. Canare cables and plugs have no magic or snake oil in them. They are the cable and connector of choice for most recording studio, radio station and concert halls around the world. They are robust, consistent and engineered to perfection, Many cable manufacturers use and abuse the words “reference class” but only Canare deserves that title. 

The Cable+ Pro removes impedance mismatch so you can hear 100% of your system. At the same time, our proprietary design Burson discrete audio opamp ensures transparency and accuracy with no colouration added. Regardless of their brand, circuitry design, and power supply types, a perfectly matched audio system is always guaranteed. This is the freedom audiophiles have been wishing for!

Once the Cable+ is in place, sonic details once lost, will be fully reproduced to create a complete experience. Play familiar – very familiar – material, and you will hear the finest details fully resolved, while the fundamentals take on a new level of life and solidity. That “harsh digital sound” replaced by a wider and more three-dimensional soundstage.

Lenght: 120cm.

Mod. A2R: Interconnection cable minijack/RCA

Specifications:

Input impedance: 250 KOhms
Frequency response:± 1 dB 0 – 55Khz
THD: <0.005%
Input impedance: >8K Ohm
Output impedance3 Ohm
Signal to Noise Ratio>118dB at 6dB gain
Power Dissipation5W (1VA USB Power)

Do I need one?

Unless the entire audio system is from the same manufacturer within the same product line, it is most likely that impedance mismatching exists. That is why we are offering 30 days of satisfaction refund guarantee. If the Cable+ is not needed in your system then simply return it for a full refund*.

Sonic Improvement

Once the Cable+ is in place, sonic details once lost, will be fully reproduced to create a complete experience. Play familiar – very familiar – material, and you will hear the finest details fully resolved, while the fundamentals take on a new level of life and solidity. That “harsh digital sound” replaced by a wider and more three-dimensional soundstage.

Impedance matching is nothing new

It is the attempt to make the output impedance of a source equal to the input impedance of the amplifier to which it is ultimately connected. This is pro-audio engineering 101 and to studio engineers, finding and fixing impedance mismatch between studio equipment is as essential as asking a plumber to find and repair a leak. The tool used to eliminate impedance mismatch is called an audio buffer. Its function is further explained on Wikipedia. Here.  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Buffer_amplifier

Does this problem exist in audiophile systems?

Absolutely! Audiophile components come in much greater varieties when compared to those in pro-audio. Battery vs linear vs switching power supply designs, tube vs solid-state designs, discrete vs IC designs. Each has very different output impedance. This variety results in widespread impedance mismatch and it often exists between the source component and the preamp or integrated amplifier. 

Many audiophiles are not aware that the performance gap between what they hear in the dealership demo and what they hear at home after the purchase is a direct result of impedance mismatching between the new machine and the rest of their system. 

So why is it hardly ever mentioned?

Because no one in the HiFi industry, from manufacturers to dealers to established magazines want to talk about this problem. Imagine how many people (consumers) will be discouraged from this hobby if they knew how difficult it is to find two pieces of perfectly matched equipment? Furthermore, no manufacturer wants to publish a list of what matches and what doesn’t with each of their products. This industry, like any other, must simplify its message to keep its valued customers.

 
Designer

Burson Audio at a glance

The Man Behind The Name
Burson Audio was named after Mark Burson, a well know audiophile in the Melbourne audio community.

For more than three decades Mark has worked tirelessly in the recording and broadcasting industry. Much of his leisure time was spent on audio projects like Dynaco and Hafler.

The kindness of Mark and his family has touched many. For over fifteen years, his three bedroom house in Epping became the weekend meeting place for local audio enthusiasts and emerging musicians. All were welcome, he even embraced the first timers like old friends. There, audiophiles exchanged ideas, initiated projects and talked about music. Cookies were always plentiful and we all contributed our fair share. Each audio project was passionately referred to as Burson projects.

Well into his retirement, Mark no longer takes active participation at Burson Audio. However, his passion for music is deeply rooted in the heart of team Burson, and his philosophy is reflected by every single Burson creation.

Team Burson
Formed around 1996 by a small group of passionate audiophiles, the sole purpose of the team was to pool various knowledge and experience to build and develop audio projects for the member's own enjoyment.

None of the projects were aimed to have any commercial value, they were either too costly or time consuming to produce on a large scale. Instead, they were always aimed to achieve perfection.

The team believes that making a piece of audio equipment is just like crafting a musical instrument; knowledge, patience and absolute passion are key to refinement! It took almost ten years before Team Burson formally introduced our first commercial product in 2005. We were both surprised and grateful by all the instant support and recognition had given by the global audiophile community.

Thank you for visiting and have a nice stay.

Team Burson 

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