RCA Cables

RCA cables, also known as a phono connector or Cinch connector, gets its name from its developer - the Radio Corporation of America (RCA). By the 1940s, they successfully introduced the RCA connector. Initially, these cables were developed to replace the older, bulkier connectors used for phonographs. Their simplicity, efficiency, and cost-effectiveness led to their quick adoption not just for phonographs but for a multitude of other audio devices.
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