Kimber Kable Timbre Analog Interconnect
Non-shielded, classic Kimber Kable three wire braided copper interconnect will deliver deep, holographic imaging. Timbre’s has a great ability to pop a central performer forward in the soundstage with clean and clear separation of instruments. Get a glimpse past the what and into the “why” on all your favorite albums.
“Product of the Year” and “Editor’s Choice” Winner
Stand back as the trophies come flying at Kimber Kable’s amazing Timbre interconnect!
England’s audiophile journal Hi-Fi Choice bestowed its “Product of the Year” award for 2003-04 on Timbre in its special Awards 2003 issue. But that’s not all. The same issue gave the Kimber its “Editor’s Choice” award, complimenting the Timbre interconnect on its “lean, extended, and detailed” performance. According to Hi-Fi Choice, Timbre’s “pleasing, relaxed character complements many musical styles,” while the “excellently neutral balance and stereo imaging [are] equally good.”
The Cable that Gets the Timbre Right
Its name comes from the complex sound characteristics that differentiate one musical instrument from another. Timbre interconnect from Kimber Kable is distinctly transparent, full-bodied, and harmonically complete. It gets the timbre right. Timbre reveals the natural sound of instruments with three-dimensionality and precise image focus.
Timbre uses proven tri-braid conductor geometry and VariStrand, hyper-pure copper conductors with a clear Teflon dielectric. Single-ended termination features the latest version of Kimber Kable’s high-performance Ultraplate RCA-type connectors that are machined with precision out of solid metal stock. The split center pin and ground sleeve ensure solid signal connections.
Extensive Research and Testing
“Kimber enjoys the reputation of have the most extensive research section of any company in the cable field,” reports Karl Lozier in the June 2001 issue of Enjoy the Music.com. Timbre takes full advantage of these research capabilities. It was created using the company’s exclusive OSCaR (Objective Subjective Correlation and Results) engineering process, which makes the link between scientific measurements and listening impressions.