Belden 1505A interconnects

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    Hello everyone. I have been making Belden 1505A RCA interconnects for a few months now and I'm really enjoying it. It has been a nice hobby for me. Just a question on applications. I'm assuming the most car audio signal is still driven by RCA's. if it is still then would the Belden 1505A cable with Canare RCA's be a good car audio fit? I know this is a little off topic in this forum but I love the expertise here and trust the opinions. Since the Belden 1505 is a low resistance high capacitance cable and well shielded I assume it might be just the ticket? I do know its not as flexible as other cables though. Any thoughts??
     
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    Well RG59/6 all copper foil covered cable is the best choice for digital coax/composite/component..."brand of which" is irrelevant.

    Just 1505A is the cheapest version...and most readily available.

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    "I do know its not as flexible as other cables though. "

    There is no flexible all-copper foil covered RG59/6. Invent it, you'll be a gazzilionaire.
     
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    Thanks for the info. Based on that advice would you recommend for car audio applications? Do you think it would be something you would put in a vehicle?
     
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    If you want to make sure there is no EMI.
     

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