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Shunyata Research Gamma AES/EBU Digital Cables

Sale price$300.00

The newly launched Shunyata Research Gamma AES/EBU Digital Cables are poised to captivate audiophiles with their unparalleled performance and innovation. Engineered with precision and expertise, these cables represent the pinnacle of digital audio transmission technology. Designed to meet the exacting standards of audiophiles, the Gamma AES/EBU Digital Cables excel in delivering pristine and distortion-free audio signals. Their advanced construction ensures minimal signal degradation, allowing listeners to experience their favorite music with astonishing clarity and detail.

What truly sets the Shunyata Research Gamma AES/EBU Digital Cables apart is their ability to elevate the listening experience to new heights. These cables introduce an unparalleled level of precision and accuracy, ensuring that every note and nuance is faithfully reproduced. Whether you're indulging in intricate classical compositions or rocking out to your favorite tracks, the Gamma AES/EBU Digital Cables provide a sonic experience that is second to none. With their innovative design and uncompromising performance, these cables are sure to delight even the most discerning audiophiles, making them an essential addition to any high-fidelity audio system





Shunyata Research digital cables are produced using a ‌Precision Matched Z (‌‌PMZ) concept. This means that tolerances of the conductor surface, dielectric extrusion, and the precision of the braided shield are held to minute variances. To achieve these tight tolerances, the extrusion and braiding machines must be run at one-quarter speed during the manufacturing process. The result is better performance through a reduction of cable-induced ‘signal jitter’. (Note: Z means impedance)
ArNi® is a type of wire created by Shunyata Research designed to be the finest quality wire available for audio purposes. It begins with the highest purity of copper available – OFE C10100 or Ohno (single crystal). Then it is formed in virtual hollow tubes eliminating skin effects and eddy current distortions. A premium fluorocarbon insulation minimizes dielectric absorption and re-radiation, greatly improving resolution and clarity. In addition, the wire undergoes our proprietary KPIP™ process.
Shunyata Research’s exclusive ‌VTX™ conductors are made in the shape of virtual tubes. The core of the conductor is completely hollow minimizing skin effects and random eddy currents. They are produced using OFE Alloy-101.
Common-mode noise is different than differential noise and is much more difficult to measure and eliminate. For the purest signal possible, Shunyata Research has developed a CMode filter that effectively reduces common-mode noise without introducing the sonic compression effects associated with conventional filters. It reduces high-frequency noise distortion while delivering an analog ease and palpable background silence that closes the gap between digital and analog systems. – Reduces common-mode noise


Shunyata Research’s proprietary Kinetic Phase Inversion Process includes four days of continuous KPIP™ processing to dramatically reduce burn-in time and significantly improve sonic performance, delivering a relaxed and life-like presentation.

PMZ Connectors

Pulse timing is critical to digital transmission accuracy.  It is critical that a digital connector’s impedance precisely match the cables's characteristic impedance.  A mismatched connector will create signal reflections which increases digital jitter or phase noise. A 50-ohm cable requires a 50-ohm termination — not the commonly used 75-ohm connector. Shunyata Research is careful to ensure that every cable and connector are precisely matched for a seamless component to component connection.


Cable Type: PMZ twin-axial

Conductors: ArNi ® / VTX / Ohno / OFE

Dielectric: fluorocarbon

Characteristic Impedance: 110 ohms

Connectors: SR-XLRb-110

CMODE Modules: 1

KPIP Processing: 4-days

Length: 1.00 meters

Safety Assurance:
Continuity and polarity tests – by two technicians
HiPOT tests insulation breakdown @ 1,200 VAC