New Speaker cables are great. And are only here because of a request. Because and Audiophile colleague was building a system placed in larger listening room. And wanting flexibility but still retain the same audiophile quality. And I am constantly improving how the cables are finished, and always make sure the cables are suitable in length for the purpose.
New speaker cables are great
The components for the Loudspeaker cables are manufactured in Germany and shipped to Lithuania. The wires terminated with Banana/Spade connectors supplied from Japan.
After termination, the Cables underwent a three-day burn-in process and followed by an anti-static treatment. Next, the cables are packed in airtight plastic bags and covered in bubble wrap and then placed into heavy-duty 5Kg shipping boxes—the shipment sent by recorded delivery to the customer.
- Conductors: O.F.C. Red Copper
- Insulation: Compact PE
- Shield: Spiral covered O.F.C. Red Copper
- Sheath: P.V.C.
- Conductor size: 2 x 0.25 M (23 AWG)
- Conductor Number: 8 x 0.2 mm
- Cable Diameter: 6.0 mm
- Resistance: 0.075 Ohms/meter
- Capacitance: 55 pF/meter
The cables are tested and listened to by three people because three ears are better than one. For the listening, we use a set of audiophile test C.D.s and a set of Vinyl 200 gram L.P.s. The testings can last for a full day but often go on to the next day to be sure that we all agree 100% with the sonic results of the cables performance.
Result New speaker cables are great
The result is yet another great audiophile five-meter Loudspeaker cable and best we have heard. The line has a great sound stage and shows all details in the music. Transparency again is the best, and the music has an excellent foundation. I would recommend, any audiophile should seriously consider trying longer cables. And just to hear what a difference they can make.
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