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Tripowin Nucool IEM Cable

Tripowin Nucool IEM Cable

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Building on the success of the popular C8, Tripowin is back with another high-performance IEM cable. This one’s called the Nucool, and it features both oxygen-free copper and silver-plated copper to optimize signal transmission Read More

8 Cores, 2 Materials, 1 Strong Signal

Building on the success of the popular C8, Tripowin is back with another high-performance IEM cable. This one’s called the Nucool, and it features both oxygen-free copper and silver-plated copper to optimize signal transmission. Like the C8, the Nucool features an eight-core design—but each of its cores is denser and more diverse than those of its predecessor, featuring an impressive 21 oxygen-free copper wires and 29 silver-plated copper wires. Braided for maximum reliability and performance, the Nucool is available with an MMCX or 0.78-millimeter 2-pin connector, as well as a 2.5-, 3.5-, or 4.4-millimeter termination to fit almost any pair of earphones.

Note: At checkout, choose an MMCX or 0.78mm 2-pin connector with a 2.5 mm, 3.5 mm, or 4.4 mm termination.

Tripowin Nucool IEM Cable
Tripowin Nucool IEM Cable
Tripowin Nucool IEM Cable
Tripowin Nucool IEM Cable

Specs

  • Tripowin
  • Wire material: Oxygen-free copper and silver-plated copper
  • Cores: 8
  • Wires per core: 49 (21 oxygen-free copper wires and 29 silver-plated copper wires)
  • Interior core diameter: 0.08 mm
  • Exterior core diameter: 1.3 mm
  • Connector: MMCX or 0.78-millimeter 2-pin
  • Termination: 2.5 mm, 3.5 mm, or 4.4 mm
  • Cable length 3.9 ft (1.2 m)

Shipping

Estimated ship date is Dec 11, 2020 PT.

Payment will be collected at checkout. After this product run ends, orders will be submitted to the vendor up front, making all orders final.

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