The Extreme loudspeaker cable I The use of high-quality materials in the last series of cables reduces signal losses resulting in better sound reproduction. Highly flexible wires have a larger conductor surface compared to robust designs.
The Extreme loudspeaker cable
The benefits of high-frequency ranges. As well, the delicate wire design (0.07 mm), and silver-plating supports the transmission of high frequencies. The low-loss PE wire insulation and additional PE dielectric, relieve the burden on the amplifier. They are resulting in more dynamics and pleasure.
The most significant step forward has been the development and introduction of the ‘AirGap’ isolation and ‘AirTube’ suspension, designed to reduce vibration and reflections from interference from within the cable. On the loudspeaker cables, the ‘AirTube’ system has been added to the tails making an impact on the sound Heard.
The second change has been the introduction of Aluminum foil sheathing. Aluminium foils provide better sound insulation and help to eliminate unwanted noise sources. The Aluminum foils ability to absorb sound allows unwanted noise to be picked up at source to prevent further propagation.
Performance from The Extreme loudspeaker cables is something to be witnessed. And I am very proud of the Bi-wired, and brings out more musical information than a standard pair of loudspeaker cables. And, as a result, the total musical picture is far better in every respect.
- Cable Size: 19 x 11 mm.
- Conductor: 2.50 mm.
- Number: 4 Silver-plated (2.45g/m)
- O.F.C 99.99% (Each containing 50 strands x 0.250 mm).
- Resistance: 0.014 Ohms/meter.
- Capacitance: 48 pF/meter.
- Inductance: 0.77uH.
- Insulation: Vinyl.
- First line: Aluminum Foil sheathing.
- Primary & Secondary AirGap: DERAY-PBFSP.
- Outer sheath: CanuFlex PB-HB.
- Certificate: ISO 9001:2008