- Connector Types: The cable has one RCA connector on each end. RCA connectors are commonly used for analog audio connections, and they have a single signal conductor (usually for mono audio) and a ground connection.
- Subwoofer Connection: This cable is intended to connect the subwoofer’s input (usually labeled as “Sub In” or “LFE”) to the corresponding output on your audio receiver, amplifier, or home theater system. The cable ensures that the low-frequency signals from the audio source are accurately delivered to the subwoofer for reproduction.
- Length: The cable’s length can vary, but it’s typically available in different lengths to accommodate various setup distances between the subwoofer and the audio receiver/amplifier.
- Cable Quality: “BE BLUE” is likely the brand name of the cable, and the cable quality can vary depending on the manufacturer and materials used. Higher-quality cables often provide better signal transmission and reduce interference for improved audio performance.
- Mono Audio: Since this is a 1 RCA to 1 RCA cable, it carries a mono audio signal. Subwoofers typically reproduce low-frequency sounds, which are mostly mono, so this type of cable is suitable for that purpose.