Audio signals are extremely sensitive to disturbances, and as such, they require cables that ensure high resistance to mechanical factors and any interferences.
Separable joints are used in applications requiring simple assembly and disassembly options, i.e. to connect power supply, input signals, in connecting modules or functional blocks of an electrical installation, as well as for the purposes of service operations.
Wrapped connections provide high resistance to mechanical factors, as well as high electrical durability. They are used in industrial, military, and telecommunication devices. Wrapping is considered more reliable than soldering, as it does not involve the risk of cold solder joints or component and connection overheating while connecting.
Soldered joints are one of the most popular ways of connecting components conducting electricity. This type of joint is used for fixed parts, inside the enclosure of a device, or for PCB components.