Avencore just keeps making waves, this time with its brand new range of 3.5mm stereo audio cables!
Dubbed the NANITE, these cables feature a teeny-tiny plug barrel that measures only 6mm across at its widest point, which is barely larger than the gold-plated AUX connector which sprouts from the end.
If you've ever had trouble getting two conventional-size audio cables to connect to your PC or laptop side by side, then you know how difficult it can be to track down a cable that doesn't throw the baby out with the bathwater - we've heard plenty of bad audio cables in our time, and the NANITE isn't one of them. Even at its longest length of 3 metres, quality is not a concern despite its slim proportions.
Avencore NANITE 3.5mm Stereo Male to Male AUX cables come in 0.5m, 1m, 2m and 3m lengths, linked below.
Protected like royalty
Small does not equal delicate for the NANITE range. Starting with metal plug barrels and metal spring strain relief, the connector itself is rock solid and ready for battle. They're perfect for use when travelling, on a desk where they're constantly being plugged and unplugged, or permanently installed behind hardware and in size-restricted spaces.
The rest of the cable has a soft braided nylon cover that reduces tangles to a distant memory and finishes off the elite look with a black and grey herringbone pattern. Its heard-wearing, hides stains and feels great.
Inside the fancy sheath and slimline plugs are two high quality, shielded 28AWG Oxygen Free Copper cores. Where other cables may skimp on materials quality for the parts you can't see, Avencore have ensured that only the best quality copper has been used inside the NANITE.
Combined with strong internal connections, the best possible audio fidelity is achieved for any and all stereo audio applications. Where other 3.5mm stereo cables simply 'do the job', the NANITE cables are outstanding in their field, and can be the difference between having an acceptable auditory experience and an accurate one. They're backed by a 5-year Avencore warranty, too, so there's a lot to love!
Above: NANITE size comparison with regular 3.5mm connector