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EWA IC-25 balanced XLR interconnect cable for audio systems, at ABCaudio.

EWA IC-25 XLR Interconnect cable

Presenting the EWA IC-25 XLR balanced audio interconnect cable, a significant advancement in signal cabling and a testament to EWA's extensive expertise. Meticulously designed by Colin Wonfor and hnd-crafted with the utmost attention to detail, EWA IC-25 is a state-of-the-art connection that prioritizes signal integrity and effectively mitigates electrical and RFI noise through a proprietary inbuilt common mode choke. It exhibits remarkable qualities and most excellent phase behaviour.



As with all EWA products, the IC-25 is meticulously handcrafted in the UK. We offer a 30-day evaluation period, allowing you to experience and assess your new EWA in the context of your own audio system. If, for any reason, the product does not meet your expectations, it can be returned for a full refund, excluding shipping costs.

  • EWA IC-25 XLR balanced interconnect cable 


    • Signal conductor apacitance: 3.8pF


    • Signal conductor resistance: 2.1mΩ


    • Signal conductor inductance: 1.3µH


    • Return conductor resistance: 2.1mΩ


    • Return conductor inductance: 1.5µH



    OEM XLR plugs with carbon fiber effect grips: Anaerobic copper base, high quality gold plate finish on nickel layer, effective low mass design. These are a really nice quality plug with a most pleasing feel. Termination support via laminated structure incorporating mecahnical and adhesive elements, in addition to inbuilt plug strain relief (compression).

    Coaxial design with dual shields - Electro Magnetic and Radio Frequency Interference (EM & RFI), working in tandem. Excellent conductors are used to maximise the potential of this design.


    One test of IC-25 (1M unbalanced, with no termination) involved measuring the cable wrapped around a source of intense noise. In comparison with a high end and even higher priced competitor product (which Colin also deigned), IC-25 was an extraordinary -30dB over the competitor in terms of noise suppression.