Cables with 75 ohm connectors for analog audio?

I bought a pair of Kimber Hero's with what I thought were upgraded connectors (WBT 0102) vs the more normal WBT 0144s. Doing more research I found they are 75 ohm connectors - will this in any way degrade analogue audio?

I think its fine as the KS-1030 uses the WBT 0110 ends, which are also 75-ohm. But I thought analogue typically used a different ohm level?
That should be fine. The impedance of connectors (and cables) refers to what is called "characteristic impedance," not actual resistive (or other) loading, and is relevant only to frequencies that are much higher than audio frequencies (such as the spectral components of digital signals).

-- Al