The Ultimate Jumper cable, is the perfect solution, for achieving an increase in sound performance. But, to achieve the best performance, the audio system must be configured to operate in a Bi-wired configuration. And, can be achieved, by replacing the standard, bent metal plates normally fitted to present-day loudspeakers with a Jumper cable.
Many modern speakers offer a bi-wire or even tri-wirable crossover configuration. Which, is fed by multiple sets of terminals on the rear loudspeaker panel. And, there is no doubt that bi-wire or tri-wirable crossover can indeed enhance speaker performance. But, this requires a ground-up design. And, far too many companies simply split a conventional crossover.
Today, a loudspeaker is normally supplied with jumper plates. Which, are a poor solution, if you want to use bi-wired cables. The quality of the jumper (or bridging plate) is often of a low standard. And, the solution to improving the sound from your system, is to install the Ultimate Jumper cable!
The design used provides a straight-line, low-loss jumper cable. The Jumper cables are 30 cms in length and supplied in a set of four. The Ultimate Jumper cables employ 24k gold plated Banana/Spade connections. Also, the jumpers can be supplied with a spade/spade connection or banana/banana connection. Depending on your loudspeaker configuration.
- Cable size: 10 mm x 6 mm.
- Conductor Number: One containing 50 strands x 0.07 mm.
- Conductor type: Spade and Banana.
- Resistance: 0.014 Ohms/meter.
- Capacitance: 60 pF/meter.
- Inductance: 0.7uH. I
- insulation Vinyl.
- Primary AirGap: DERAY-PBFSP.
- Secondary AirGap: DERAY-PBFSP.
- Outer sheath: CanuFlex PB-HB.
- Certificate: ISO 9001:2008
There is a lot of discussion around the topic of Bi-wiring. And, in fact, you will find yourself a little lost in a sea of online forums about it! Some believe that bi-wiring is purely a marketing ploy. And, others, believe it makes a noticeable impact, particularly to middle range sound.
Each person is unique and hears things differently. And, what is good for one is not necessarily good for the other. But, having said that a person is always able to detect the difference between a standard and Bi-wire configuration.
I suggest that the best way is to sit and listen to a convention set up. And, when you are familiar with the sound, switch over to a Bi-wired setup. This can easily be done in an audio system showroom. And, as a result, you will be able to hear the difference for your self!
Always, listen to your gut, because your gut will never lie. And, do not listen to what others say. Because, only you, are able to understand what you are hearing. As a result, you have to become aware of what some of the audiophile terminologies mean. And, actually, what you are listening for.
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