Doepke DFS 4F Audio

Brand: Doepke

DFS Audio for maximum listening enjoyment

-silver-plated connection terminals and solid silver-plated conductors
-high-purity, low-oxygen copper and large switching contacts
-extremely low-impedance design makes inductive fractions ineffective
-residual current protection without any loss of sound

Optimal sound quality with safety

• No compromise

Fans of premium audio systems take sound quality seriously. After all, the trained ear of a sound expert is able to detect even the slightest audio aberrations, even those that can hardly be measured with technical instruments. So owners of high-end audio equipment may notice interference or loss of sound quality in their systems when they use standard residual current circuit-breakers. Some even compromise on safety for the sake of sound quality by forgoing residual current circuit-breakers altogether in the circuit in which their audio system
is connected. A highly risky decision!

This is where the new DFS Audio comes in. HiFi fans no longer have to choose between safety and optimal sound quality – now they can have both:
the mixed frequency sensitive residual current circuit-breaker (RCCB type F) reliably protects people and electrical installations from dangerous residual currents and prevents loss of sound quality at the same time thanks to its special design.

• Protection of sound

The DFS Audio is designed to provide an unrestricted flow of current for unhindered sound quality from the connected audio

equipment. This is made possible thanks to its particularly high-quality components, such as solid silver-plated connection terminals for conductors up to 50 mm2, as well as solid silver-plated internal conductors made of high-purity, low-oxygen copper. Oxidation barely has a chance with this setup. Large switching contacts with high contact pressure and a summation current transformer designed as a push-through transformer ensure an extremely low-impedance design. Its special design also ensures that no undesirable inductive fractions become effective during normal operation.

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