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To determine the proper length of cable for you install, always account for the fact that cables cannot be bent at right angles. That said, our home theater and car audio cables are designed to be very flexible, meaning that excessive additional length is not required to account for bends. Our home audio cables on the other hand require more attention when determining the appropriate size for a setup. Please refer to the guide below in order to properly size your ANJOU Interconnect cables.

Just like the other components in an audio system, ANJOU interconnect cables are delicate precision instruments and should be treated as such. Excessive bending, crushing, or otherwise stressing the cables should be avoided. Following this simple guide will allow you to avoid these potential problems.

ANJOU Interconnect cables are relatively stiff. They cannot be “snaked” around complex cabinet routing systems. In order to avoid kinking the cable, a

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minimum bend radius should always be adhered to when installing ANJOU Interconnect cables. There are two major factors to consider when sizing and installing your interconnect cables.

The minimum bend radius of ANJOU interconnects is 3”. If you are unfamiliar with determining the bend radius, please contact Pear Cable directly for help.

The minimum distance between the components being attached and the wall is 7” (as measured from the wall to the outermost tip of the RCA jack).

In order to further assist customers in deciding what length cable to buy, the following guide should be followed. In general, it is desirable to use the shortest length of cable possible to connect components. However, if you think a cable may be too short for your application, please order the longer length to avoid damaging the cables during installation.

 

Cable Length
Maximum Distance Between Component Jacks
0.5 meter
10"
1.0 meter
27"
1.5 meter
47"

 

Please note that your ANJOU cables come standard with locking connectors. When installing ANJOU cables, always push both connectors onto their respective jacks before locking the plugs into position. When removing the cables, always loosen both plugs first. Following this procedure will help prevent the cable from being twisted relative to the plug, which can cause damage.

To install the plug correctly, first unscrew the outer metal sleeve until it is no longer clamping the plug (it should feel slightly loose and wobbly). Push the connector onto the mating jack. (Note: Always install or remove your cables by holding on to the connector itself, not the cable. Do not ever pull the cable out of the jack by pulling on the cable itself.) Once the connector has been fully inserted into the jack, lock the connector in place by tightening the outer metal sleeve. Tightening the sleeve is accomplished by “screwing on” the outer metal sleeve. Do not over-tighten. It does not take much force to lock the plug onto the jack. To remove the cables, reverse the process.

Please note that when removing the cables it is important to remember to first fully loosen the locking plugs. If this is not done, damage can occur to either the component jacks or the cable itself.

We want to sell you the right cable. If you have any questions, please contact Pear Cable for assistance.

 
 
 
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