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Russ Andrews TT-1 phono cable: "Phon-o Home!" - The Audiophile Man
Got a turntable and need a cable to run from your phono amp to your main amp? Paul Rigby reviews the TT-1 interconnect cable, created by Russ Andrews using Kimber Kable Top quality cables – as opposed to bits of wire that connect A-B – are very useful to remove noise from the hi-fi chain. In this way they improve sound quality. The cables don’t actively improve the sound quality but they allow you to hear the music that’s already there and is basically masked from the ears. This is why it is essential to bin any of those throw-away cables that you might have received free with a turntable and replace them with good quality, third party items. The cables that connect in and around your phono amp are even more critical because this specialised box is amplifying tiny signals from your turntable’s cartridge but it’s also amplifying any noise that resides in and around it. Minimising and removing this noise is important and a quality cable can help in this regard. The TT-1 is derived from the Select range of Kimber cable interconnects and is a fully shielded, high-purity copper, coax-based design with a stranded core. The cables are ideal for those …