Tributaries



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Tributaries was founded in 1991 by executives from McIntosh and has produced a comprehensive line of audio, video, digital, and power cables receiving consistent critical acclaim not only for performance but also value.

Every cable Tributaries sells is tested before it ships. Their design philosophy is "High Performance Audio and Video Cable Designs Based in Science."

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Notable Tributaries products include:

Tributaries Series 7 speaker cables
Tributaries T100 and T200 power managers
Tributaries Series 9 analog interconnects

Read Brian Kahn's review of the Tributaries T200 Power Manager on HomeTheaterReview.com.

Companies similar to Tributaries include Transparent, MIT, Ultralink, and Monster Cable.

Email: sales@tributariescable.com


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