Kimber 4PR (VS) Speaker Cable

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4PR Speaker Cable Red/Black [Per Pair]

Consisting of four red and four black conductors that utilise KIMBER KABLE's proven braiding technique. 8 strands of 19.5 AWG OFE (oxygen free electrolytic) copper.

The VariStrand, Ultra-pure copper conductor used in 4PR shares many similarities with the more advanced TC series cable. 4PR is smooth and refined in the midrange and treble, allowing for hours of fatigue-free performance without sacrificing detail. One of the audio world's finest performance bargains.

Even the most basic systems, old and new, will benefit significantly from this legendary performer. Bass and treble frequencies are allowed their full extension, while dynamics emerge unrestrained. 4PR is also an excellent cable for professional and studio use due to its inherent ability to reject noise in any cable length.

Stereophile's Stephen Mejias puts Kimber's 4PR to test, here's a snippet from Stereophile's review "Most apparent to Omar was an increase in overall clarity and low-level detail. "I could hear those backing vocals better," he said. "The sound was muddy before." In addition to that clarity, we both enjoyed the Kimber's tighter, better-controlled bass. Bass is music's foundation; as it goes, so goes the sound. With the Kimbers in Omar's system, there were more subtle gradations of texture and tone in the song's opening moments, the bass now working as a proper anchor to the heavy electric guitars and quickly shifting drum patterns. It all created a sense of swelling, purposeful movement, steady momentum, and enhanced drama—all good things." - Stereophile (July 2012). Read full review here

Kimber 4PR speaker cable

Features

  • Four red and Four black braided conductors.
  • 4 x 19.5 awg 
  • VariStrand copper conductors
  • High-purity copper.
  • Special formula polyethylene dielectric.

Connector options

Kimber Kable connection options

  • (Cp) parallel capacitance: 117 pF @ 20 kHz
  • Series inductance: 0.23 µH @ 20 kHz
  • DC loop resistance: 0.016 Ω