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Nexum G series Ground Cables

In Audio Systems the Ground

is used as a Reference

Nexum G series

The Nexum G series ground cables offer high quality connections for your audio equipment.

Standard available cables

Ground cables are available in different lengths and with different terminals. On request also other configurations can be manufactured.

Type

Nexum G-200SB

Nexum G-300SB

Nexum G-200BB

Nexum G-300BB

Length

200 cm

300 cm

200 cm

300 cm

Terminal #1

EU Power Plug

EU Power Plug

4mm Banana

4mm Banana

Terminal #2

4mm Banana

4mm Banana

4mm Banana

4mm Banana

How does it work?

It is often said that a ground cable must be very thick, or that a litz is needed for the best result. In fact, both will help a little, but won't make a huge difference. There are actually two important aspects that underlie a good ground cable:

  • Good conductivity

It is important that there is good conductivity not only for low-frequency currents, but also for high-frequency currents. The better the conductivity, the lower the noise floor becomes. 

  • Shielding

 

Since a cable is also an antenna that receives electromagnetic radiation (EMR), effective shielding makes a big difference.

The Nexum G-series has an excellent conductivity up to 12 GHz and is equipped with an active shield. This can significantly lower the noise floor in an audio system, which improves the sound quality.

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“Ground is the reference in an audio system”

 

As the ground is used as a reference in an audio system, a good ground connection is crucial for optimal sound reproduction. Usually the protective earth from the mains outlet is used to connect the audio system to earth through the power cords.

 

The use of a separate dedicated ground however, will in most cases result in a significant improvement of the sound reproduction.