QED Connect Range of Cables and Adaptors Announced

Posted on 19th January, 2022

QED Connect Range of Cables and Adaptors Announced

QED's Connect series of cables offers an expansive range of budget-friendly options for every AV eventuality.

QED's Connect range has you covered, no matter if you need a cable for your home cinema system, mobile device, or hi-fi. The British cable brand even states that any meaningful future connectivity requirement will also be incorporated into the 'living' QED Connect family.

QED Connect

Designed in the UK, the Connect cables sport a satin black finish wrapped in a soft but durable ultra-flexible PVC jacket that should not only prevent drawing unwanted attention to itself but also help deal with the rigours of family life.

The cables boast such features as custom-moulded 24K gold plated QED connectors and plugs for noise-free, long-life connectivity and 99.99% oxygen-free copper conductors for reliable signal transfer, states the brand. Furthermore, each QED Connect cable comes in various lengths and arrives in minimal, fully biodegradable packaging.

QED Connect

Prices start at just £7.95/ €9.95 for the adaptors such as the Connect Phono to 3.5mm Jack or Connect Phono (F-F) Adaptor. The Connect 3.5mm to 6.35 headphone jack adaptor in 24K gold plate costs £9.95/ €12.50.

QED's Connect stereo audio cable, which features HDPE dielectric for improved signal integrity, starts at £9.95/ €12.95 for a 0.75m length.

QED Connect

The Connect Speaker cable is wrapped in a 2.5mm OD PVC jacket for ultra-flexibility and employs 37 strand 99.99% Oxygen-free copper conductors for reliable signal transfer. A 6.0m length costs £24.95/ €31.95.

The QED Connect HDMI cable (high speed with Ethernet and fully compliant with HDMI 2.0) starts at just £14.95/ €18.95 for 1.5m.

QED Connect

The range also includes optical, subwoofer, and USB cables alongside an aerial cable and a whole host of adaptors and extension cables.

QED Connect

QED has been designing and engineering AV cables for almost five decades, and its QED 79 strand cable, released in 1976, is commonly noted as the world's first “specialist” speaker cable. So these prices are not to be sniffed at, especially from a company with such a history.

The QED Connect range will be available in the UK and Europe by the end of January 2022.

Visit QED for more information

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