Tributaries® Cable is a privately owned American company based in Orlando, Florida. They supply many of the U.S.A.’s best Audio Video retailers and custom installers. They have built their business and reputation over the past twenty years based simply on a commitment to quality, value, performance and service.

Unlike many companies in the cable business, their products are only based on high quality tried and tested materials and on scientific principles. As you may have read, many cable companies make wild claims (some of which even defy the laws of physics). That’s just not the Tributaries way – and just one of the reasons why they have won the coveted AV industry award “Inside Track Magazine’s Supplier Loyalty Award” a record Thirteen out of Fifteen times in the past Fifteen years! Great products. Great Service and Great Value. That’s Tributaries.

Tributaries Difference

As mentioned above, many companies in the industry make all kinds of wild claims about themselves. Tributaries prefer to let our actions speak louder than words. As far as they know, they are the only company to offer a 100% warranty on our products. No annoying fine print to worry about with them. If one of their products fails, they’ll replace it. Tributaries is pleased to say that it doesn’t happen very often though, as every single product that leaves their building is tested. Yes, you heard right – every one of the 100,000 plus cables that they sell each year gets tested – by their own team here in the U.S.A.

If you think this all seems just a little too good to be true and feel the need of a second opinion – just ask a us at Redfli how well they take care of us, and how good their products are. We agree that they like to do business with Tributaries because they care about Redfli and our customers as well as anyone else.

That’s just one reason why they offer what they like to call their Total Satisfaction pledge. If you aren’t 100% satisfied please let them know, and they will do their best to make it so. Yes, of course that’s just good business. But they don’t do this because they have to. Tributaries does it because they want to.