What is a cinch cable?
Cinch is a connection for the transfer of electrical signals to audiovisual media as audio or video equipment. These connections send analogue signals via coaxial cables from the decoder or tuner to an amplifier and ultimately to the power amplifier. In stereo systems, the right channel is distinguished from the left and the signals are transmitted separately. This separation is achieved by means of differently coloured codes. In the audio segment, the following colour codes are often used: