I use these all the time. The outer nylon woven jacket makes them a bit more resistant to abrasion when pulling through little spaces in a stereo cabinet. The connector shells are metal, with well-shaped grips. The fit is tight, without the "grip of death" that some cables have. Eight feet is a nice length, long enough for most applications without stretching it, while not so long that you'll have coils of unused cable.
They are a bound cable, which means that the three separate cables (red, blue, and green) are bound together and appear as a single cable except at the tips, where they split out and connect to the three component connectors. This helps keep the cable run neat and organized. Looks better than a rats nest of cables too, especially if you have more than one of them.
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