The extremely high 250% deformation limit, in compliance with ISO R527 standards, establishes a new benchmark in the fight against space limitation and tortuous cable routes found in today’s car audio installations.

Because of the tight confines of today’s vehicles, flexibility of cables is very important to the ease of installation. Connection cables adopt three technologies, each with a different grade of flexibility. The number of “N” value indicates a higher degree of flexibility, for effortless installations.

for “Reference” grade installations

for “Competition” grade installations

for “Exceptional” grade installations

Under this “soft” feeling flows a tremendous amount of current letting you experience the full dynamic capabilities of your system. The Soft Touch jacket is created from a special polymer, properly selected to improve the actual X3 FLEXIBILITYTM without renouncing to comply with RoSH II, REACH and many other safety standards and protecting the cable winding against abrasions and the corrosive nature of chemical solvents.

After the introduction of the special Audison jacket with Translucent effect, which has marked the history of the car audio industry, the Audison staff introduced the new Matt Solid jacket with soft touch feeling, to enhance the cosmetics of your installation and launch a new communication image of the Connection brand.

Thanks to the continuous and in-depth research into the cable winding technologies, materials and their direct effect on the transfer of audio signals, Connection produces power, speaker and interconnect cables that will satisfy the most demanding audiophile.


Strand Multiple Twisted geometry provides 30% higher wire content that any other competitor’s. This technique, combined with a superlative selection of conductor materials compliant with ASTM safety standards, ensures instantaneous high current transfer, minimizing eddy current power losses.


Textile Multiple Twisted Configuration consists of eight linear strands wound in a textile configuration. It brings to life a huge sound stage, pinpoint imaging and faithful reproduction of every sound nuance.


Multiple Twisted Winding is a high strand count twisted construction for detailed musicality and
low-loss audio signal transfer.

The graph shows the affect various winding technologies have on the frequency response of cable. As shown, geometry greatly affects cable performance, especially in high frequency reproduction and power losses along the cable.

The car audio environment, or any 12V installation, is complex and requires a deep knowledge of its operating conditions. Vibrations, dust, extreme heat, humidity and chemical substances can all physically damage interconnect cables.

The most problematic situation however, is with the electrical disturbances and electro-magnetic fields created by the modern electronics found in today’s vehicles. This radiated noise can infiltrate and affect the performance of “standard” cables.

The result: the “audiophile” performance of your system could be diminished and your investment could be compromised.

Connection has created the “Stop Noise” series of technologies to keep this radiated noise from affecting the music in your mobile concert hall.
Pure music, noise free!

A number of innovative technologies are used to manufacture Connection Interconnects

WTPTM Winding Twisted Pair balanced conductors configuration rejects low frequency electromagnetic fields, aiding in noise rejection.

DDWTMDouble Drain Wire system drains electrostatic fields, a large contributor to the rejection of RFI/EMI noise.

BOSTM Braided Outer Shield true silver coated, low resistance braided shield shorts to ground troublesome RFI/EMI noise increasing the noise rejection potential.

TMATM 110% TwistedMylar and Aluminium shield acts like a noise barrier, giving better defence against radiated noise.

UCSTM Ultra Compact Shield aids in the rejection against electromagnetic fields, ensuring noise free signal transfer.

SGIDTM Special Gas Injected Dielectric provides the wider frequency bandwidth required by the impulsive nature of video signals, rendering images with greater sharpness and clarity.