Audiophile Bi-wire conversion

Biwired conversion cable
24 centimetre bi-wired conversion cable

Bi-wiring is definitely the best for use in an audio system. Unfortunately many people own loudspeakers (which are quite capable of accepting a Bi-wire cable) but sadly the loudspeakers are left with the metal bridging plates installed. This is the reason the Audiophile Bi-wire conversion has been developed.

One method is by removing the metal bridging plates and to replace them with jumper cables. This works well but only to a certain extent. In many cases this method lacks the signal speed necessary to produce the optimum signal transfer correctly.  To achieve the best sound, the cables should be of equal lengths. This will correct the signal speed and give optimal performance – read more

Bridging plates installed
Bridging plates – OUCH!

After extensive testing it was discovered that a more realistic sound was achieved by forgetting about the jumper cables.

The solution ~
for one loudspeaker
For one loudspeaker

Two lengths of low-loss loudspeaker cable replaced the jumper cables. But, to achieve the best sound, the cables should be, the same length as the original loudspeaker cables. In practice shorter cable lengths can be used because the overall performance differences are negligible

Gold plated Collars used
Direct screwed connections
Construction

The cables are constructed in the same manner as the Extreme series. 24K gold- plated collars (for cable split). Double screwed connections and terminated with 24K gold-plated banana plugs. The reason for using screwed connections is to eliminate the need for soldering. This keeps the integrity of the audio signal and allows you to hear more of the music.

Silver foil sheathing
Aluminum foil insulation

Noise is not only a major burden but also a health hazard. This is why in the construction sector and in the industry and many other areas a lot of attention is paid to noise protection. Aluminum foils provide better sound insulation and help to eliminate noise sources. They reliably improve fire and moisture protection at the same time.

The Aluminium foils ability to absorb sound allows unwanted noise to be picked up directly at the source and prevent its further propagation. Aluminum foil offers 85% effect as a noise insulator. Which means, only 15% of the respective sound passes through it and an ideal component for use in audio cables.

The Cables are wrapped with aluminium foil sheathing (which is first line insulation). Followed by a two level AirGap to ensure isolation from external interferences and vibrations – read more

Conversion Result ~
audiophile extreme series bi-wire cable
Two to Four made-easy

The left hand side of the normal loudspeaker cable plugs into the Audiophile Bi-wire conversion. The right hand side of the normal loudspeaker cable plugs into the Audiophile Bi-wire conversion. 

The Bi-wire conversion cable provides a quick and easy way to convert a two-wire loudspeaker cable into a four-wire Bi-wire cable. The results are easily heard and your system has reached a new level of performance.  

The Audiophile Bi-wire conversion can be made to any length you require but a thirty-five centimeter length works very well and becomes cost effective.

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10 thoughts on “Audiophile Bi-wire conversion

  1. Couldn’t you improve the system by adding two more banana jacks on the speaker and using three bi-wire sets? That would increase the benefits by 50% over that of bi-wiring.

  2. Started out with the Elite speaker cables and they lifted the quality of sound like nothing else. On the success of the cables we then got the interconnects and we couldn’t believe the difference they made. On the strength of the successful purchases we went for the new bi-wire connection, which lifted the sound even higher, can’t thank Paul enough for his service and great advice. – Joe Timmins

    1. Hello Robert

      It is better to use the bi-wire function on your loudspeakers as this functio will actually
      give you a better sound.
      I have developed these cables because they give a better performance that just a Jumper cable
      because the current flow is now even to the loudspeaker crossovers.

      best regards

      Paul

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