Intro Loudspeaker cable

I discovered the ‘Surprise’ loudspeaker cable in 2011 and really loved it. I have supplied this cable to many members of the Tannoy group (worldwide) over the past few years and all results positive.

The Surprise loudspeaker Cable ~ 3.0 Meter

The cable consists of seven strands of OFC Red copper in the main conductor (each of which has 32 strands). Three of the strands are ‘Tinned’ which brings out minute detail in the middle and upper regions. The cable is very dynamic, very fast and music is a real joy to listen to music from this cable. I have heard the term “bright” used and would certainly agree this cable is a Bright cable

Intro Loudspeaker cable

After construction, the cables are subjected to a ‘Burn-in’ procedure using three carefully chosen disks and this allows the cables to reach their full potential. Does “Burn in” make a difference? Yes, it certainly does. You can hear the difference very easily providing you know what you are listening for. Following this procedure, the cables receive an Anti-static treatment and cleaned with a surgical spirit and made ready for shipping.

The Surprise loudspeaker Cable ~ 5.0 Meter

5 meter cable

The five-meter cable was made for a client and offered speed, clarity,  and excitement with the equipment he was using. The cables proved to be a great performing cable and the best value for money!


Conductors: O.F.C Red Copper ~ Insulation: Vinyl ~ Outer sheath: Plastic shrink-wrap ~ Cable Diameter: 6.0 mm ~ Conductor size: 2.5 mm2 (13 AWG) Conductor number: 7 strand – each strand containing 32 x 0.125 mm ~ Resistance: 0.02 Ohms/meter ~ Capacitance: 75 pF/meter 

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