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PBJ Interconnect Cabling is Back - The Audiophile Man
Kimber Kable is 40 years old this year. To mark the occasion, Russ Andrews is introducing a one-off, limited-edition version of Kimber’s PBJ analogue interconnect The strictly limited-edition cable includes the features of the original. It is also now available with upgraded WBT 0114 RCA phono connectors in place of the standard Kimber UltraPlate connectors. The original tri-wire braid is retained in red, blue and black. PBJ (the name derives from Peanut Butter & Jelly) was adopted by company boss, Ray Kimber, who hoped that the cable would become a staple interconnect with audiophiles as the food itself became a staple many years ago. The tri-wire braid is made up of three VariStrand copper conductors, each is individually insulated with fluorocarbon dielectric and then braided together, with the red wire used for the signal, the blue for the ground and the black as an additional ‘drain’ wire. PBJ is available direct from Russ Andrews for a limited period at a cost of £170 for a 1m pair. To learn more, click www.russandrews.com [Don’t forget to check out my Facebook Group, The Audiophile Man: Hi-Fi & Music here: www.facebook.com/groups/theaudiophileman for exclusive postings, exclusive editorial and more!] Subscribe to my weekly newsletterJoin the mailing list …