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Luna’s small size and dynamic sound has made it Wireworld’s most popular speaker cable for custom installations and budget music systems. For Series 8, we’ve doubled the number of strand groups for improved clarity and punch. Technical Specifications: DESIGN: Quad DNA Helix SIGNAL CONDUCTORS: 4 (16 strand groups)     Gauge: 14AWG  |  2 sq. mm CONDUCTOR MATERIAL: Oxygen-free Copper INSULATION: COMPOSILEX 3 PLUG CONTACTS: Silver + Gold plated Uni-Term NOTE: LUS (Standard)

228 €
36 Instalments 7,87€ / month
Upon Order

XT40i with X-Tube™ Technology As befits a company rapidly closing in on its fifth decades at the forefront of speaker cable design, QED’s brand new XT40i speaker cable builds on the formidable reputation of the XT40 cable it replaces and offers a decisive step up in sound quality.This pure oxygen-free copper cable uses an evolution of QED’s established X-Tube technology to guarantee superb timing and stereo imaging, and adds the brand new and highly innovative Air Gap dielectric to bring unheard-of rhythmic accuracy and musicality to a cable of this modest price. Very low DC resistance adds unrivalled frequency response to XT40i’s already potent audio capability. The result is a cable that advances on the class-leading standards set by its predecessor.We urge you to audition XT40i - we’re confident you’ll agree it even outperforms alternative cables at many times the price. Prepare to be surprised and delighted. Air Gap dielectric By increasing the separation of the conductors inside the cable, and therefore the amount of air between them, QED has created a low-loss Air Gap dielectric. This technology halves the dissipation and capacitance characteristics of the cable, and results in numerous audible improvements - particularly where timing and rhythmic accuracy are concerned. Despite this increased separation, though, XT40i retains the sort of cross-sectional area that makes it ideal for long cable runs.  X-Tube technology Forming the cable conductors into a tube-like shape around a hollow insulating rod in the centre of the cable equalises current densities, delivers very low inductance and presents a consistent, even load to an amplifier. The result is a cable that retains more of the finest musical details, that handles rhythms and tempos in the most natural and musically satisfying way, and that outperforms rival designs costing far more. Specification: Outside diameter: 6 x 14 mm Conductor area: 4 mm² Dielectric properties: Air Gap (εr = 2.4) Conductor chemistry: 99.999% oxygen-free copper Dielectric properties: Air Gap Loop resistance: 8.0 mΩ/m Parallel capacitance: 35 pF/m Dissipation factor @ 10kHz: 0.0295 Self-inductance: 0.57 μH/m Gauge: 12 AWG

179 €
36 Instalments 6,18€ / month
Upon Order

XT40i with X-Tube™ Technology As befits a company rapidly closing in on its fifth decades at the forefront of speaker cable design, QED’s brand new XT40i speaker cable builds on the formidable reputation of the XT40 cable it replaces and offers a decisive step up in sound quality.This pure oxygen-free copper cable uses an evolution of QED’s established X-Tube technology to guarantee superb timing and stereo imaging, and adds the brand new and highly innovative Air Gap dielectric to bring unheard-of rhythmic accuracy and musicality to a cable of this modest price. Very low DC resistance adds unrivalled frequency response to XT40i’s already potent audio capability. The result is a cable that advances on the class-leading standards set by its predecessor.We urge you to audition XT40i - we’re confident you’ll agree it even outperforms alternative cables at many times the price. Prepare to be surprised and delighted. Air Gap dielectric By increasing the separation of the conductors inside the cable, and therefore the amount of air between them, QED has created a low-loss Air Gap dielectric. This technology halves the dissipation and capacitance characteristics of the cable, and results in numerous audible improvements - particularly where timing and rhythmic accuracy are concerned. Despite this increased separation, though, XT40i retains the sort of cross-sectional area that makes it ideal for long cable runs.  X-Tube technology Forming the cable conductors into a tube-like shape around a hollow insulating rod in the centre of the cable equalises current densities, delivers very low inductance and presents a consistent, even load to an amplifier. The result is a cable that retains more of the finest musical details, that handles rhythms and tempos in the most natural and musically satisfying way, and that outperforms rival designs costing far more. Specification: Outside diameter: 6 x 14 mm Conductor area: 4 mm² Dielectric properties: Air Gap (εr = 2.4) Conductor chemistry: 99.999% oxygen-free copper Dielectric properties: Air Gap Loop resistance: 8.0 mΩ/m Parallel capacitance: 35 pF/m Dissipation factor @ 10kHz: 0.0295 Self-inductance: 0.57 μH/m Gauge: 12 AWG

149 €
36 Instalments 5,14€ / month
Upon Order

The journey to XT25..... The QED speaker cable story began in 1973, with the launch of the world's first specialist speaker cables, QED 42 and 79 strand, now household names in the audio industry. Building on this longstanding British speaker cable heritage, QED embarked on an exhaustive research program into cable parameters which began in 1995 and continues into 2017 with the release of “The Sound of Science”, a 40 page White Paper distilling the research published since 1973 by QED. These reports set out the “top down” design-principles that have resulted most recently in the development of QED XT25 loudspeaker cable – the new class leading standard in budget to mid-range speaker cables. What are the features which make this cable so special? X-Tube™ technology first came to prominence in 2005 with the launch of the world renowned Silver Anniversary XT, the most highly regarded mid-range cable in the world, winning the What Hi-Fi Product of the Year three years in a row. These design principles also grace the multiple award winning XT40 speaker cable and XT25. As frequency increases, electrons flow more and more towards the periphery of a conductor so that if the frequency is high enough only a very thin layer (or skin) on the outside of the conductor is used. This “skin depth” varies for different materials at a fixed frequency and in copper it means that if a conductor has larger than 0.66 mm² cross-sectional area not all of that area is available for an analogue music signal to use. In SAXT the “skin effect” problem was effectively eliminated by the use of X-Tube™ Technology which works by placing all of the conducting material around a central hollow insulating rod. However, for a.c. signals, changing magnetic fields generated by the flow of current set up eddy currents in nearby conductors which force current to flow only in areas furthest away from conductors carrying current in the same direction and vice versa. This “proximity effect” has a detrimental influence on current distribution in a speaker cable even if it utilises X-Tube™ Technology. With XT25 we tackle the proximity effect and the skin effect by combining our existing Aircore™ and X-Tube™ Technologies into a new X-Tube™ variation. By forming the conductors into a tube-like shape with a hollow centre, current densities at higher frequencies are maintained because the electric field which contributes towards the skin effect acts towards the centre of the conductor from where the conductive material has been removed. At the same time instead of using a braided structure a ring of conductors is formed into separate bundles with only a loose electrical association which are then twisted into a 90 mm lay so that no single conductor bundle remains on the inside or outside of the cable (and therefore prey to the proximity effect) for long enough for it to become an audible problem. This geometry promotes a more consistent signal distribution making for a more accurate musical reproduction. Low DC Resistance At QED we recognise that low d.c. resistance of the loudspeaker cable is of paramount importance for high-fidelity signal transfer. This is because the speaker presents a frequency dependent load to the amplifier of which the cable forms a variable proportion. If resistance is allowed to be too large then audible changes to the frequency response characteristics of the loudspeaker will be introduced which cannot be corrected for by the amplifier’s negative feedback loop. In order to provide a marked improvement over similarly priced cables in both our own and our competitors’ ranges without increasing the overall size and flexibility of the cable substantially, the cross-sectional area (CSA) of XT25 has been enlarged to 2.5mm2 of 99.999% oxygen-free copper. This instantly gives the new cable a low d.c. resistance and therefore a more accurate musical delivery. Low-Loss Dielectric It is not generally appreciated that the electrical signals moving at or near the speed of light in a wire do so via the medium of electromagnetic (EM) waveforms which exist within the dielectric which surrounds the conductors as well as within the conductors themselves. The movement of electrons along the conductor merely facilitates generation of the EM waveform as their “drift velocity” is only a few centimetres per second. It is therefore important to ensure that the dielectric material used to insulate and protect the central conductors of the speaker cable is of a type which “permits” the establishment of EM waveforms without appreciable loss. Dielectric losses are directly proportional to the “permittivity” of the material used and as this a measure of each material relative to that in a vacuum it should be as close to unity as possible. Like its predecessors, XT25 uses a specially formulated low-density polyethylene (LDPE) dielectric which at 1.69 has the lowest relative permittivity practically available. QED research has shown that low capacitance cables are generally preferred in listening tests over high capacitance counterparts and this is usually because low-loss dielectrics have been utilised. The use of LDPE and careful control of conductor spacing results in a cable with a very low capacitance per meter and a dissipation factor (loss tangent) of 0.0001 at 10 kHz. What is the result of all these techniques? The graph below shows how the dc resistance of XT25 remains effectively unchanged across the entire audible frequency band when compared to a conventional cable of the same cross-sectional area. Combined with the sonic advantages of a low loss dielectric the improvements in current distribution place the new cable in a class well above cables with a less sophisticated geometry. What makes XT25 unique? 1. Award winning heritage guaranteed All QED cables are designed using the top down principle. XT25 represents the core musical performance trickled down from our money-no-object Supremus cable in a more affordable package. QED has won more What Hi-fi? Awards than any other single brand and with XT25 this heritage is delivered at a sensible price. Unlike most other manufacturers, QED offer an unlimited lifetime guarantee which means that if your cable ever fails to deliver to its full potential during its lifetime we will replace it free of charge. 2. X-Tube™ Technology....but with a twist In loudspeaker cables high pitched sounds are forced to travel towards the outside of the conductor and so are able to use less and less of the available cross-sectional area as the pitch increases. This is called the “Skin Effect”. It means that for high frequencies the resistance of the cable appears to be much higher than it does for lower pitched sounds. Eddy currents in one conductor can affect the current flowing in an adjacent conductor so that currents flowing in the same direction move away from each other. This “Proximity Effect” also increases resistance as frequency increases. These phenomena have a detrimental effect on the fidelity of the sound you hear. The XT25 variation of QED X-Tu Insulation LDPE jacket with 100% coverage of Aluminium Mylar tape wrap Plugs and spades QED Airloc™ Forte banana plugsbe™ Technology solves these problems by creating a hollow tubular conductor geometry out of individual conductor bunches through which each frequency can pass with equal ease when compared to traditional solid or stranded conductors. 3. Low-Loss Dielectric Music signals in a loudspeaker cable move back and forth many times every second. The insulating material used to separate the send and return conductors from each other (the dielectric) has to be charged and discharged every time. Not all of the energy stored in the dielectric during each charge cycle is completely returned during each discharge cycle which has a detrimental effect on the fidelity of the sound you hear. That’s why at QED we use low-loss dielectric materials such as Polyethylene (PE) or Teflon™ (PTFE) in preference to cheaper PVC alternatives found in inferior unbranded cables. 4. 99.999% Oxygen-Free Copper Speaker cables need to have a large current carrying capacity. If the electrical resistance of the cable is too large, part of the music signal will be lost, causing a detrimental effect on the fidelity of the sound you hear. To stop this from happening we make the resistance of our speaker cables as small as possible. We do this by using the largest practical cross-sectional area of copper within the size constraints of each cable. In order to squeeze the last drop of performance from the conductors we make sure that there are no impurities in the copper which would defeat the object of making them so large. That’s why we use 99.999% oxygen-free copper exclusively. 5. Just Listen Unique proprietary technology and trademarked geometries plus our award winning heritage all combine to create audible sonic improvements when compared to other loudspeaker cables. Ask your dealer for an audition – he will be happy to let you hear the difference.

129 €
36 Instalments 4,45€ / month
Upon Order

The journey to XT25..... The QED speaker cable story began in 1973, with the launch of the world's first specialist speaker cables, QED 42 and 79 strand, now household names in the audio industry. Building on this longstanding British speaker cable heritage, QED embarked on an exhaustive research program into cable parameters which began in 1995 and continues into 2017 with the release of “The Sound of Science”, a 40 page White Paper distilling the research published since 1973 by QED. These reports set out the “top down” design-principles that have resulted most recently in the development of QED XT25 loudspeaker cable – the new class leading standard in budget to mid-range speaker cables. What are the features which make this cable so special? X-Tube™ technology first came to prominence in 2005 with the launch of the world renowned Silver Anniversary XT, the most highly regarded mid-range cable in the world, winning the What Hi-Fi Product of the Year three years in a row. These design principles also grace the multiple award winning XT40 speaker cable and XT25. As frequency increases, electrons flow more and more towards the periphery of a conductor so that if the frequency is high enough only a very thin layer (or skin) on the outside of the conductor is used. This “skin depth” varies for different materials at a fixed frequency and in copper it means that if a conductor has larger than 0.66 mm² cross-sectional area not all of that area is available for an analogue music signal to use. In SAXT the “skin effect” problem was effectively eliminated by the use of X-Tube™ Technology which works by placing all of the conducting material around a central hollow insulating rod. However, for a.c. signals, changing magnetic fields generated by the flow of current set up eddy currents in nearby conductors which force current to flow only in areas furthest away from conductors carrying current in the same direction and vice versa. This “proximity effect” has a detrimental influence on current distribution in a speaker cable even if it utilises X-Tube™ Technology. With XT25 we tackle the proximity effect and the skin effect by combining our existing Aircore™ and X-Tube™ Technologies into a new X-Tube™ variation. By forming the conductors into a tube-like shape with a hollow centre, current densities at higher frequencies are maintained because the electric field which contributes towards the skin effect acts towards the centre of the conductor from where the conductive material has been removed. At the same time instead of using a braided structure a ring of conductors is formed into separate bundles with only a loose electrical association which are then twisted into a 90 mm lay so that no single conductor bundle remains on the inside or outside of the cable (and therefore prey to the proximity effect) for long enough for it to become an audible problem. This geometry promotes a more consistent signal distribution making for a more accurate musical reproduction. Low DC Resistance At QED we recognise that low d.c. resistance of the loudspeaker cable is of paramount importance for high-fidelity signal transfer. This is because the speaker presents a frequency dependent load to the amplifier of which the cable forms a variable proportion. If resistance is allowed to be too large then audible changes to the frequency response characteristics of the loudspeaker will be introduced which cannot be corrected for by the amplifier’s negative feedback loop. In order to provide a marked improvement over similarly priced cables in both our own and our competitors’ ranges without increasing the overall size and flexibility of the cable substantially, the cross-sectional area (CSA) of XT25 has been enlarged to 2.5mm2 of 99.999% oxygen-free copper. This instantly gives the new cable a low d.c. resistance and therefore a more accurate musical delivery. Low-Loss Dielectric It is not generally appreciated that the electrical signals moving at or near the speed of light in a wire do so via the medium of electromagnetic (EM) waveforms which exist within the dielectric which surrounds the conductors as well as within the conductors themselves. The movement of electrons along the conductor merely facilitates generation of the EM waveform as their “drift velocity” is only a few centimetres per second. It is therefore important to ensure that the dielectric material used to insulate and protect the central conductors of the speaker cable is of a type which “permits” the establishment of EM waveforms without appreciable loss. Dielectric losses are directly proportional to the “permittivity” of the material used and as this a measure of each material relative to that in a vacuum it should be as close to unity as possible. Like its predecessors, XT25 uses a specially formulated low-density polyethylene (LDPE) dielectric which at 1.69 has the lowest relative permittivity practically available. QED research has shown that low capacitance cables are generally preferred in listening tests over high capacitance counterparts and this is usually because low-loss dielectrics have been utilised. The use of LDPE and careful control of conductor spacing results in a cable with a very low capacitance per meter and a dissipation factor (loss tangent) of 0.0001 at 10 kHz. What is the result of all these techniques? The graph below shows how the dc resistance of XT25 remains effectively unchanged across the entire audible frequency band when compared to a conventional cable of the same cross-sectional area. Combined with the sonic advantages of a low loss dielectric the improvements in current distribution place the new cable in a class well above cables with a less sophisticated geometry. What makes XT25 unique? 1. Award winning heritage guaranteed All QED cables are designed using the top down principle. XT25 represents the core musical performance trickled down from our money-no-object Supremus cable in a more affordable package. QED has won more What Hi-fi? Awards than any other single brand and with XT25 this heritage is delivered at a sensible price. Unlike most other manufacturers, QED offer an unlimited lifetime guarantee which means that if your cable ever fails to deliver to its full potential during its lifetime we will replace it free of charge. 2. X-Tube™ Technology....but with a twist In loudspeaker cables high pitched sounds are forced to travel towards the outside of the conductor and so are able to use less and less of the available cross-sectional area as the pitch increases. This is called the “Skin Effect”. It means that for high frequencies the resistance of the cable appears to be much higher than it does for lower pitched sounds. Eddy currents in one conductor can affect the current flowing in an adjacent conductor so that currents flowing in the same direction move away from each other. This “Proximity Effect” also increases resistance as frequency increases. These phenomena have a detrimental effect on the fidelity of the sound you hear. The XT25 variation of QED X-Tu Insulation LDPE jacket with 100% coverage of Aluminium Mylar tape wrap Plugs and spades QED Airloc™ Forte banana plugsbe™ Technology solves these problems by creating a hollow tubular conductor geometry out of individual conductor bunches through which each frequency can pass with equal ease when compared to traditional solid or stranded conductors. 3. Low-Loss Dielectric Music signals in a loudspeaker cable move back and forth many times every second. The insulating material used to separate the send and return conductors from each other (the dielectric) has to be charged and discharged every time. Not all of the energy stored in the dielectric during each charge cycle is completely returned during each discharge cycle which has a detrimental effect on the fidelity of the sound you hear. That’s why at QED we use low-loss dielectric materials such as Polyethylene (PE) or Teflon™ (PTFE) in preference to cheaper PVC alternatives found in inferior unbranded cables. 4. 99.999% Oxygen-Free Copper Speaker cables need to have a large current carrying capacity. If the electrical resistance of the cable is too large, part of the music signal will be lost, causing a detrimental effect on the fidelity of the sound you hear. To stop this from happening we make the resistance of our speaker cables as small as possible. We do this by using the largest practical cross-sectional area of copper within the size constraints of each cable. In order to squeeze the last drop of performance from the conductors we make sure that there are no impurities in the copper which would defeat the object of making them so large. That’s why we use 99.999% oxygen-free copper exclusively. 5. Just Listen Unique proprietary technology and trademarked geometries plus our award winning heritage all combine to create audible sonic improvements when compared to other loudspeaker cables. Ask your dealer for an audition – he will be happy to let you hear the difference.

99 €
36 Instalments 3,42€ / month
In Stock

The journey to XT25..... The QED speaker cable story began in 1973, with the launch of the world's first specialist speaker cables, QED 42 and 79 strand, now household names in the audio industry. Building on this longstanding British speaker cable heritage, QED embarked on an exhaustive research program into cable parameters which began in 1995 and continues into 2017 with the release of “The Sound of Science”, a 40 page White Paper distilling the research published since 1973 by QED. These reports set out the “top down” design-principles that have resulted most recently in the development of QED XT25 loudspeaker cable – the new class leading standard in budget to mid-range speaker cables. What are the features which make this cable so special? X-Tube™ technology first came to prominence in 2005 with the launch of the world renowned Silver Anniversary XT, the most highly regarded mid-range cable in the world, winning the What Hi-Fi Product of the Year three years in a row. These design principles also grace the multiple award winning XT40 speaker cable and XT25. As frequency increases, electrons flow more and more towards the periphery of a conductor so that if the frequency is high enough only a very thin layer (or skin) on the outside of the conductor is used. This “skin depth” varies for different materials at a fixed frequency and in copper it means that if a conductor has larger than 0.66 mm² cross-sectional area not all of that area is available for an analogue music signal to use. In SAXT the “skin effect” problem was effectively eliminated by the use of X-Tube™ Technology which works by placing all of the conducting material around a central hollow insulating rod. However, for a.c. signals, changing magnetic fields generated by the flow of current set up eddy currents in nearby conductors which force current to flow only in areas furthest away from conductors carrying current in the same direction and vice versa. This “proximity effect” has a detrimental influence on current distribution in a speaker cable even if it utilises X-Tube™ Technology. With XT25 we tackle the proximity effect and the skin effect by combining our existing Aircore™ and X-Tube™ Technologies into a new X-Tube™ variation. By forming the conductors into a tube-like shape with a hollow centre, current densities at higher frequencies are maintained because the electric field which contributes towards the skin effect acts towards the centre of the conductor from where the conductive material has been removed. At the same time instead of using a braided structure a ring of conductors is formed into separate bundles with only a loose electrical association which are then twisted into a 90 mm lay so that no single conductor bundle remains on the inside or outside of the cable (and therefore prey to the proximity effect) for long enough for it to become an audible problem. This geometry promotes a more consistent signal distribution making for a more accurate musical reproduction. Low DC Resistance At QED we recognise that low d.c. resistance of the loudspeaker cable is of paramount importance for high-fidelity signal transfer. This is because the speaker presents a frequency dependent load to the amplifier of which the cable forms a variable proportion. If resistance is allowed to be too large then audible changes to the frequency response characteristics of the loudspeaker will be introduced which cannot be corrected for by the amplifier’s negative feedback loop. In order to provide a marked improvement over similarly priced cables in both our own and our competitors’ ranges without increasing the overall size and flexibility of the cable substantially, the cross-sectional area (CSA) of XT25 has been enlarged to 2.5mm2 of 99.999% oxygen-free copper. This instantly gives the new cable a low d.c. resistance and therefore a more accurate musical delivery. Low-Loss Dielectric It is not generally appreciated that the electrical signals moving at or near the speed of light in a wire do so via the medium of electromagnetic (EM) waveforms which exist within the dielectric which surrounds the conductors as well as within the conductors themselves. The movement of electrons along the conductor merely facilitates generation of the EM waveform as their “drift velocity” is only a few centimetres per second. It is therefore important to ensure that the dielectric material used to insulate and protect the central conductors of the speaker cable is of a type which “permits” the establishment of EM waveforms without appreciable loss. Dielectric losses are directly proportional to the “permittivity” of the material used and as this a measure of each material relative to that in a vacuum it should be as close to unity as possible. Like its predecessors, XT25 uses a specially formulated low-density polyethylene (LDPE) dielectric which at 1.69 has the lowest relative permittivity practically available. QED research has shown that low capacitance cables are generally preferred in listening tests over high capacitance counterparts and this is usually because low-loss dielectrics have been utilised. The use of LDPE and careful control of conductor spacing results in a cable with a very low capacitance per meter and a dissipation factor (loss tangent) of 0.0001 at 10 kHz. What is the result of all these techniques? The graph below shows how the dc resistance of XT25 remains effectively unchanged across the entire audible frequency band when compared to a conventional cable of the same cross-sectional area. Combined with the sonic advantages of a low loss dielectric the improvements in current distribution place the new cable in a class well above cables with a less sophisticated geometry. What makes XT25 unique? 1. Award winning heritage guaranteed All QED cables are designed using the top down principle. XT25 represents the core musical performance trickled down from our money-no-object Supremus cable in a more affordable package. QED has won more What Hi-fi? Awards than any other single brand and with XT25 this heritage is delivered at a sensible price. Unlike most other manufacturers, QED offer an unlimited lifetime guarantee which means that if your cable ever fails to deliver to its full potential during its lifetime we will replace it free of charge. 2. X-Tube™ Technology....but with a twist In loudspeaker cables high pitched sounds are forced to travel towards the outside of the conductor and so are able to use less and less of the available cross-sectional area as the pitch increases. This is called the “Skin Effect”. It means that for high frequencies the resistance of the cable appears to be much higher than it does for lower pitched sounds. Eddy currents in one conductor can affect the current flowing in an adjacent conductor so that currents flowing in the same direction move away from each other. This “Proximity Effect” also increases resistance as frequency increases. These phenomena have a detrimental effect on the fidelity of the sound you hear. The XT25 variation of QED X-Tu Insulation LDPE jacket with 100% coverage of Aluminium Mylar tape wrap Plugs and spades QED Airloc™ Forte banana plugsbe™ Technology solves these problems by creating a hollow tubular conductor geometry out of individual conductor bunches through which each frequency can pass with equal ease when compared to traditional solid or stranded conductors. 3. Low-Loss Dielectric Music signals in a loudspeaker cable move back and forth many times every second. The insulating material used to separate the send and return conductors from each other (the dielectric) has to be charged and discharged every time. Not all of the energy stored in the dielectric during each charge cycle is completely returned during each discharge cycle which has a detrimental effect on the fidelity of the sound you hear. That’s why at QED we use low-loss dielectric materials such as Polyethylene (PE) or Teflon™ (PTFE) in preference to cheaper PVC alternatives found in inferior unbranded cables. 4. 99.999% Oxygen-Free Copper Speaker cables need to have a large current carrying capacity. If the electrical resistance of the cable is too large, part of the music signal will be lost, causing a detrimental effect on the fidelity of the sound you hear. To stop this from happening we make the resistance of our speaker cables as small as possible. We do this by using the largest practical cross-sectional area of copper within the size constraints of each cable. In order to squeeze the last drop of performance from the conductors we make sure that there are no impurities in the copper which would defeat the object of making them so large. That’s why we use 99.999% oxygen-free copper exclusively. 5. Just Listen Unique proprietary technology and trademarked geometries plus our award winning heritage all combine to create audible sonic improvements when compared to other loudspeaker cables. Ask your dealer for an audition – he will be happy to let you hear the difference.

89 €
36 Instalments 3,07€ / month
In Stock

Enjoy the performance advantages of DNA Helix design in an amazingly light, flexible and open cable. Originally designed for internal speaker wiring and DIY applications, this cable sounded so great we decided it would make an excellent external cable as well. OFC conductors, easy to strip and terminate. (Not for in-wall use.) Technical Specifications: DESIGN: Dual DNA Helix  SIGNAL CONDUCTORS: Qty: 2 (16 strands)    Gauge: 16AWG  |  1.25 sq. mm CONDUCTOR MATERIAL: Oxygen-Free Copper INSULATION: COMPOSILEX 3 PLUG CONTACTS: Silver + Gold plated Uni-term NOTE: HES (Standard)

191 €
36 Instalments 6,59€ / month
Upon Order

Enjoy the performance advantages of DNA Helix design in an amazingly light, flexible and open cable. Originally designed for internal speaker wiring and DIY applications, this cable sounded so great we decided it would make an excellent external cable as well. OFC conductors, easy to strip and terminate. (Not for in-wall use.) Technical Specifications: DESIGN: Dual DNA Helix  SIGNAL CONDUCTORS: Qty: 2 (16 strands)    Gauge: 16AWG  |  1.25 sq. mm CONDUCTOR MATERIAL: Oxygen-Free Copper INSULATION: COMPOSILEX 3 PLUG CONTACTS: Silver + Gold plated Uni-term NOTE: HES (Standard)

175 €
36 Instalments 6,04€ / month
Upon Order

Enjoy the performance advantages of DNA Helix design in an amazingly light, flexible and open cable. Originally designed for internal speaker wiring and DIY applications, this cable sounded so great we decided it would make an excellent external cable as well. OFC conductors, easy to strip and terminate. (Not for in-wall use.) Technical Specifications: DESIGN: Dual DNA Helix  SIGNAL CONDUCTORS: Qty: 2 (16 strands)    Gauge: 16AWG  |  1.25 sq. mm CONDUCTOR MATERIAL: Oxygen-Free Copper INSULATION: COMPOSILEX 3 PLUG CONTACTS: Silver + Gold plated Uni-term NOTE: HES (Standard)

143 €
36 Instalments 4,94€ / month
Upon Order

Enjoy the performance advantages of DNA Helix design in an amazingly light, flexible and open cable. Originally designed for internal speaker wiring and DIY applications, this cable sounded so great we decided it would make an excellent external cable as well. OFC conductors, easy to strip and terminate. (Not for in-wall use.) Technical Specifications: DESIGN: Dual DNA Helix  SIGNAL CONDUCTORS: Qty: 2 (16 strands)    Gauge: 16AWG  |  1.25 sq. mm CONDUCTOR MATERIAL: Oxygen-Free Copper INSULATION: COMPOSILEX 3 PLUG CONTACTS: Silver + Gold plated Uni-term NOTE: HES (Standard)

135 €
36 Instalments 4,66€ / month
Upon Order

Enjoy the performance advantages of DNA Helix design in an amazingly light, flexible and open cable. Originally designed for internal speaker wiring and DIY applications, this cable sounded so great we decided it would make an excellent external cable as well. OFC conductors, easy to strip and terminate. (Not for in-wall use.) Technical Specifications: DESIGN: Dual DNA Helix  SIGNAL CONDUCTORS: Qty: 2 (16 strands)    Gauge: 16AWG  |  1.25 sq. mm CONDUCTOR MATERIAL: Oxygen-Free Copper INSULATION: COMPOSILEX 3 PLUG CONTACTS: Silver + Gold plated Uni-term NOTE: HES (Standard)

127 €
36 Instalments 4,38€ / month
Upon Order

Super Lumina speaker cables are designed to minimise the effect of external and internal interference sources and preserve maximum signal fidelity. The fundamental cable design consists of several individually-insulated multi-strand silver-plated copper conductors of varying diameters enclosed in a tin-plated copper shield. This is all enclosed in a soft outer jacket which facilitates easy installation whilst minimising microphonic interference. Each signal, return, ground and shield conductor is individually manufactured for its specific function. Each Super Lumina cable is hand-assembled at Naim Audio in Salisbury to the customer’s specification of length and termination. The process is intricate and highly-skilled, following detailed instructions which cover every aspect of the build. Every cable also goes through a proprietary de-stressing process to relieve the materials of the inherent stresses which are a result of the manufacturing process. This means the cables reach optimum performance with minimal run in time.  

2.950 €
24 Interest Free Instalments 122,92€ / month
In Stock

With 60% more Oxygen-Free Copper than Solstice, Oasis 8 makes dramatic improvements in image focus and dynamic expression, exceeding the performance of other popularly priced speaker cables. DESIGN: Quad DNA Helix SIGNAL CONDUCTORS: 4 (20 strand groups)     Gauge: 11AWG  |  4 sq. mm CONDUCTOR MATERIAL: Oxygen-free Copper INSULATION: Composilex 3 PLUG CONTACTS: Silver-clad Uni-Term NOTE: OAS (Standard);  OAB (Biwired)

610 €
Interest Free Instalments 101,67€ / month
Upon Order

With 60% more Oxygen-Free Copper than Solstice, Oasis 8 makes dramatic improvements in image focus and dynamic expression, exceeding the performance of other popularly priced speaker cables. DESIGN: Quad DNA Helix SIGNAL CONDUCTORS: 4 (20 strand groups)     Gauge: 11AWG  |  4 sq. mm CONDUCTOR MATERIAL: Oxygen-free Copper INSULATION: Composilex 3 PLUG CONTACTS: Silver-clad Uni-Term NOTE: OAS (Standard);  OAB (Biwired)

550 €
Interest Free Instalments 91,67€ / month
Upon Order

With 60% more Oxygen-Free Copper than Solstice, Oasis 8 makes dramatic improvements in image focus and dynamic expression, exceeding the performance of other popularly priced speaker cables. DESIGN: Quad DNA Helix SIGNAL CONDUCTORS: 4 (20 strand groups)     Gauge: 11AWG  |  4 sq. mm CONDUCTOR MATERIAL: Oxygen-free Copper INSULATION: Composilex 3 PLUG CONTACTS: Silver-clad Uni-Term NOTE: OAS (Standard);  OAB (Biwired)

430 €
Interest Free Instalments 71,67€ / month
Upon Order

With 60% more Oxygen-Free Copper than Solstice, Oasis 8 makes dramatic improvements in image focus and dynamic expression, exceeding the performance of other popularly priced speaker cables. DESIGN: Quad DNA Helix SIGNAL CONDUCTORS: 4 (20 strand groups)     Gauge: 11AWG  |  4 sq. mm CONDUCTOR MATERIAL: Oxygen-free Copper INSULATION: Composilex 3 PLUG CONTACTS: Silver-clad Uni-Term NOTE: OAS (Standard);  OAB (Biwired)

400 €
Interest Free Instalments 66,67€ / month
Upon Order

Equinox 8 provides amazing value to owners of premium quality AV systems, as it retains the vivid three-dimensional sound of Wireworld’s Eclipse Series and is priced to fit a wide range of quality AV systems. The upgrade to OCC-7N Copper provides greater clarity and wider dynamic contrasts than Oasis 8. DESIGN: Quad DNA Helix CONDUCTORS: 4 (20 strand groups)    Gauge: 11AWG  |  4 sq. mm CONDUCTOR MATERIAL: OCC-7N Copper INSULATION: Composilex 3 PLUG CONTACTS: Silver-clad Uni-Term NOTE: EQS (Standard)  EQB (Biwired)

1.690 €
Interest Free Instalments 281,67€ / month
Upon Order

Equinox 8 provides amazing value to owners of premium quality AV systems, as it retains the vivid three-dimensional sound of Wireworld’s Eclipse Series and is priced to fit a wide range of quality AV systems. The upgrade to OCC-7N Copper provides greater clarity and wider dynamic contrasts than Oasis 8. DESIGN: Quad DNA Helix CONDUCTORS: 4 (20 strand groups)    Gauge: 11AWG  |  4 sq. mm CONDUCTOR MATERIAL: OCC-7N Copper INSULATION: Composilex 3 PLUG CONTACTS: Silver-clad Uni-Term NOTE: EQS (Standard)  EQB (Biwired)

1.450 €
Interest Free Instalments 241,67€ / month
Upon Order

Equinox 8 provides amazing value to owners of premium quality AV systems, as it retains the vivid three-dimensional sound of Wireworld’s Eclipse Series and is priced to fit a wide range of quality AV systems. The upgrade to OCC-7N Copper provides greater clarity and wider dynamic contrasts than Oasis 8. DESIGN: Quad DNA Helix CONDUCTORS: 4 (20 strand groups)    Gauge: 11AWG  |  4 sq. mm CONDUCTOR MATERIAL: OCC-7N Copper INSULATION: Composilex 3 PLUG CONTACTS: Silver-clad Uni-Term NOTE: EQS (Standard)  EQB (Biwired)

970 €
Interest Free Instalments 161,67€ / month
Upon Order

Equinox 8 provides amazing value to owners of premium quality AV systems, as it retains the vivid three-dimensional sound of Wireworld’s Eclipse Series and is priced to fit a wide range of quality AV systems. The upgrade to OCC-7N Copper provides greater clarity and wider dynamic contrasts than Oasis 8. DESIGN: Quad DNA Helix CONDUCTORS: 4 (20 strand groups)    Gauge: 11AWG  |  4 sq. mm CONDUCTOR MATERIAL: OCC-7N Copper INSULATION: Composilex 3 PLUG CONTACTS: Silver-clad Uni-Term NOTE: EQS (Standard)  EQB (Biwired)

850 €
Interest Free Instalments 141,67€ / month
Upon Order

With 60% more Oxygen-Free Copper than Solstice, Oasis 8 makes dramatic improvements in image focus and dynamic expression, exceeding the performance of other popularly priced speaker cables. DESIGN: Quad DNA Helix SIGNAL CONDUCTORS: 4 (20 strand groups)     Gauge: 11AWG  |  4 sq. mm CONDUCTOR MATERIAL: Oxygen-free Copper INSULATION: Composilex 3 PLUG CONTACTS: Silver-clad Uni-Term NOTE: OAS (Standard);  OAB (Biwired)

370 €
Interest Free Instalments 61,67€ / month
Upon Order

Equator 2.0 offers an essentially neutral performance with none of the exaggerated treble detail frequently found at this price point. Equator is well suited as an upgrade for mid-level or older audio systems in need of a little ‘TLC.’Atlas Equator 2.0 is a 2mm² cable using OFC (Oxygen Free Copper) conductors contained in a high-density PEF dielectric (insulation layer) that’s far more efficient than PVC or polyethylene. The superior dielectric offers both a better measured performance and an audible improvement in dynamics. The core assemblies are contained in a cotton yarn in order to reduce microphony and the outer sheath is in a pearl white finish. Termination is with Z-plugs or our cold-weld high quality OFC spades. Specifications:Construction: Multi-coreMaterial: OFCDielectric: PEFScreen: NoneCapacitance: 70.51 pF/mInductance: 0.816 µH/mResistance: 0.0094 Ohms/mVOP: 0.73Outside Diameter: 8.5mm

140 €
36 Instalments 4,83€ / month
Upon Order

Equinox 8 provides amazing value to owners of premium quality AV systems, as it retains the vivid three-dimensional sound of Wireworld’s Eclipse Series and is priced to fit a wide range of quality AV systems. The upgrade to OCC-7N Copper provides greater clarity and wider dynamic contrasts than Oasis 8. DESIGN: Quad DNA Helix CONDUCTORS: 4 (20 strand groups)    Gauge: 11AWG  |  4 sq. mm CONDUCTOR MATERIAL: OCC-7N Copper INSULATION: Composilex 3 PLUG CONTACTS: Silver-clad Uni-Term NOTE: EQS (Standard)  EQB (Biwired)

730 €
Interest Free Instalments 121,67€ / month
Upon Order

Following extensive research, at the end of 1996 we were most proud to introduce the world’s first metal free loudspeaker cable named The THIRD ®: a logical follow-up to our highly acclaimed Linear Structured Carbon ® technology The FIRST ®(unbalanced) and The SECOND ® (balanced) interlink cables.The THIRD ® Mk II is a single lead loudspeaker cable in which the full potential of not less than 3.5 million individually insulated Linear Structured Carbon ® (LSC) fibers is utilised to achieve a unique COMBINATION of highly sophisticated audiophile qualities NOT FOUND in any metal-based loudspeaker cable:The THIRD ® Mk II does NOT age; Its LSC conductors are TOTALLY IMMUNE to mechanical or chemical degradation, therefore its sonic properties DO NOT CHANGE: this regardless of how often this relatively FLEXIBLE cable is bent and irrespective of the presence of any corrosive chemical compounds in the air that normally would gradually attack any inadequately protected metal cable.As opposed to the immense number of metal crystal boundaries an audio signal needs to overcome in metal conductors, The THIRD ® Mk II does not exhibit the related cross-crystal and cross-strand-current-hopping distortion effects since all of its LSC fibers exhibit a SINGLE CRYSTAL structure from cable-end to cable-end and since all LSC fibers are individually insulated.The THIRD ® Mk II's matt light-beige jacket is made of our durable HULLIFLEX ® 4 (halogen free) material and has a diameter of 18.4 mm.*Price is for stereo pair,terminated TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS:Cable Type:Single lead, multistrandConductor Material:Linear Structured Carbon ®Design Purpose/Application Area(s):Highest quality level full-range loudspeaker cable / Bi-wire line to tweeter-midrange section.Eff. Conductor Ø/Eq. AWG No./Strands:- / - / 3,500,000External Diameter /-Dimensions:18.4 mm.Resistance 20 °C / 68 °F:~ 0.07 Ohm/m.Insulation / Dielectric Strength / Test Voltage:Jacket: HULLIFLEX ® 4 / 300 Vrms min. 

5.800 €
36 Instalments 200,24€ / month
Upon Order

Following extensive research, at the end of 1996 we were most proud to introduce the world’s first metal free loudspeaker cable named The THIRD ®: a logical follow-up to our highly acclaimed Linear Structured Carbon ® technology The FIRST ®(unbalanced) and The SECOND ® (balanced) interlink cables.The THIRD ® Mk II is a single lead loudspeaker cable in which the full potential of not less than 3.5 million individually insulated Linear Structured Carbon ® (LSC) fibers is utilised to achieve a unique COMBINATION of highly sophisticated audiophile qualities NOT FOUND in any metal-based loudspeaker cable:The THIRD ® Mk II does NOT age; Its LSC conductors are TOTALLY IMMUNE to mechanical or chemical degradation, therefore its sonic properties DO NOT CHANGE: this regardless of how often this relatively FLEXIBLE cable is bent and irrespective of the presence of any corrosive chemical compounds in the air that normally would gradually attack any inadequately protected metal cable.As opposed to the immense number of metal crystal boundaries an audio signal needs to overcome in metal conductors, The THIRD ® Mk II does not exhibit the related cross-crystal and cross-strand-current-hopping distortion effects since all of its LSC fibers exhibit a SINGLE CRYSTAL structure from cable-end to cable-end and since all LSC fibers are individually insulated.The THIRD ® Mk II's matt light-beige jacket is made of our durable HULLIFLEX ® 4 (halogen free) material and has a diameter of 18.4 mm.*Price is for stereo pair,terminated TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS:Cable Type:Single lead, multistrandConductor Material:Linear Structured Carbon ®Design Purpose/Application Area(s):Highest quality level full-range loudspeaker cable / Bi-wire line to tweeter-midrange section.Eff. Conductor Ø/Eq. AWG No./Strands:- / - / 3,500,000External Diameter /-Dimensions:18.4 mm.Resistance 20 °C / 68 °F:~ 0.07 Ohm/m.Insulation / Dielectric Strength / Test Voltage:Jacket: HULLIFLEX ® 4 / 300 Vrms min. 

2.850 €
36 Instalments 98,39€ / month
Upon Order

Following extensive research, at the end of 1996 we were most proud to introduce the world’s first metal free loudspeaker cable named The THIRD ®: a logical follow-up to our highly acclaimed Linear Structured Carbon ® technology The FIRST ®(unbalanced) and The SECOND ® (balanced) interlink cables.The THIRD ® Mk II is a single lead loudspeaker cable in which the full potential of not less than 3.5 million individually insulated Linear Structured Carbon ® (LSC) fibers is utilised to achieve a unique COMBINATION of highly sophisticated audiophile qualities NOT FOUND in any metal-based loudspeaker cable:The THIRD ® Mk II does NOT age; Its LSC conductors are TOTALLY IMMUNE to mechanical or chemical degradation, therefore its sonic properties DO NOT CHANGE: this regardless of how often this relatively FLEXIBLE cable is bent and irrespective of the presence of any corrosive chemical compounds in the air that normally would gradually attack any inadequately protected metal cable.As opposed to the immense number of metal crystal boundaries an audio signal needs to overcome in metal conductors, The THIRD ® Mk II does not exhibit the related cross-crystal and cross-strand-current-hopping distortion effects since all of its LSC fibers exhibit a SINGLE CRYSTAL structure from cable-end to cable-end and since all LSC fibers are individually insulated.The THIRD ® Mk II's matt light-beige jacket is made of our durable HULLIFLEX ® 4 (halogen free) material and has a diameter of 18.4 mm.*Price is for stereo pair,terminated TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS:Cable Type:Single lead, multistrandConductor Material:Linear Structured Carbon ®Design Purpose/Application Area(s):Highest quality level full-range loudspeaker cable / Bi-wire line to tweeter-midrange section.Eff. Conductor Ø/Eq. AWG No./Strands:- / - / 3,500,000External Diameter /-Dimensions:18.4 mm.Resistance 20 °C / 68 °F:~ 0.07 Ohm/m.Insulation / Dielectric Strength / Test Voltage:Jacket: HULLIFLEX ® 4 / 300 Vrms min. 

3.600 €
36 Instalments 124,28€ / month
Upon Order

Following extensive research, at the end of 1996 we were most proud to introduce the world’s first metal free loudspeaker cable named The THIRD ®: a logical follow-up to our highly acclaimed Linear Structured Carbon ® technology The FIRST ®(unbalanced) and The SECOND ® (balanced) interlink cables.The THIRD ® Mk II is a single lead loudspeaker cable in which the full potential of not less than 3.5 million individually insulated Linear Structured Carbon ® (LSC) fibers is utilised to achieve a unique COMBINATION of highly sophisticated audiophile qualities NOT FOUND in any metal-based loudspeaker cable:The THIRD ® Mk II does NOT age; Its LSC conductors are TOTALLY IMMUNE to mechanical or chemical degradation, therefore its sonic properties DO NOT CHANGE: this regardless of how often this relatively FLEXIBLE cable is bent and irrespective of the presence of any corrosive chemical compounds in the air that normally would gradually attack any inadequately protected metal cable.As opposed to the immense number of metal crystal boundaries an audio signal needs to overcome in metal conductors, The THIRD ® Mk II does not exhibit the related cross-crystal and cross-strand-current-hopping distortion effects since all of its LSC fibers exhibit a SINGLE CRYSTAL structure from cable-end to cable-end and since all LSC fibers are individually insulated.The THIRD ® Mk II's matt light-beige jacket is made of our durable HULLIFLEX ® 4 (halogen free) material and has a diameter of 18.4 mm.*Price is for stereo pair,terminated TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS:Cable Type:Single lead, multistrandConductor Material:Linear Structured Carbon ®Design Purpose/Application Area(s):Highest quality level full-range loudspeaker cable / Bi-wire line to tweeter-midrange section.Eff. Conductor Ø/Eq. AWG No./Strands:- / - / 3,500,000External Diameter /-Dimensions:18.4 mm.Resistance 20 °C / 68 °F:~ 0.07 Ohm/m.Insulation / Dielectric Strength / Test Voltage:Jacket: HULLIFLEX ® 4 / 300 Vrms min. 

4.400 €
36 Instalments 151,90€ / month
Upon Order

Following extensive research, at the end of 1996 we were most proud to introduce the world’s first metal free loudspeaker cable named The THIRD ®: a logical follow-up to our highly acclaimed Linear Structured Carbon ® technology The FIRST ®(unbalanced) and The SECOND ® (balanced) interlink cables.The THIRD ® Mk II is a single lead loudspeaker cable in which the full potential of not less than 3.5 million individually insulated Linear Structured Carbon ® (LSC) fibers is utilised to achieve a unique COMBINATION of highly sophisticated audiophile qualities NOT FOUND in any metal-based loudspeaker cable:The THIRD ® Mk II does NOT age; Its LSC conductors are TOTALLY IMMUNE to mechanical or chemical degradation, therefore its sonic properties DO NOT CHANGE: this regardless of how often this relatively FLEXIBLE cable is bent and irrespective of the presence of any corrosive chemical compounds in the air that normally would gradually attack any inadequately protected metal cable.As opposed to the immense number of metal crystal boundaries an audio signal needs to overcome in metal conductors, The THIRD ® Mk II does not exhibit the related cross-crystal and cross-strand-current-hopping distortion effects since all of its LSC fibers exhibit a SINGLE CRYSTAL structure from cable-end to cable-end and since all LSC fibers are individually insulated.The THIRD ® Mk II's matt light-beige jacket is made of our durable HULLIFLEX ® 4 (halogen free) material and has a diameter of 18.4 mm.*Price is for stereo pair,terminated TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS:Cable Type:Single lead, multistrandConductor Material:Linear Structured Carbon ®Design Purpose/Application Area(s):Highest quality level full-range loudspeaker cable / Bi-wire line to tweeter-midrange section.Eff. Conductor Ø/Eq. AWG No./Strands:- / - / 3,500,000External Diameter /-Dimensions:18.4 mm.Resistance 20 °C / 68 °F:~ 0.07 Ohm/m.Insulation / Dielectric Strength / Test Voltage:Jacket: HULLIFLEX ® 4 / 300 Vrms min. 

5.200 €
36 Instalments 179,52€ / month
Upon Order

Hyper 2.0 speaker cables feature very high purity (99.9999%) OFC (Oxygen Free Copper) 2.0mm² conductors with an advanced PTFE (Teflon™) dielectric. It’s a combination most unusual at this price point, and it means the cable offers an exceptional performance which is well suited to considerably more expensive systems than its price tag might suggest. The increased diameter conductors on the Hyper 2.0 offer improved bass performance over the 1.5 version.The conductor quality and high-efficiency dielectric allow Hype to reveal more of the performance level your equipment is capable of, being fast and dynamic without suffering the ruthlessly analytical character sometimes mistaken for additional ‘detail,’ but which is ultimately fatiguing. Termination is with Z-plugs or our cold-weld high quality OFC spades.Specifications:Construction: Multi-coreMaterial: OFCDielectric: PTFE (Teflon™)Screen: noneCapacitance: 73.42 pF/mInductance: 0.5178 µH/mResistance: 0.0088 Ohms/mVOP: 0.72Outside Diameter: 7mm

370 €
36 Instalments 12,77€ / month
Upon Order

Hyper 2.0 speaker cables feature very high purity (99.9999%) OFC (Oxygen Free Copper) 2.0mm² conductors with an advanced PTFE (Teflon™) dielectric. It’s a combination most unusual at this price point, and it means the cable offers an exceptional performance which is well suited to considerably more expensive systems than its price tag might suggest. The increased diameter conductors on the Hyper 2.0 offer improved bass performance over the 1.5 version.The conductor quality and high-efficiency dielectric allow Hype to reveal more of the performance level your equipment is capable of, being fast and dynamic without suffering the ruthlessly analytical character sometimes mistaken for additional ‘detail,’ but which is ultimately fatiguing. Termination is with Z-plugs or our cold-weld high quality OFC spades.Specifications:Construction: Multi-coreMaterial: OFCDielectric: PTFE (Teflon™)Screen: noneCapacitance: 73.42 pF/mInductance: 0.5178 µH/mResistance: 0.0088 Ohms/mVOP: 0.72Outside Diameter: 7mm

344 €
36 Instalments 11,88€ / month
Upon Order

A sophisticated cable engineered to offer a higher level of transparency than products typically supplied in ‘single-brand’ systems.It’s relatively easy to deliver an improvement in a specific area, but more difficult to create a cable that improves on overall detail, accuracy and open-ness without losing the signature speed and character of these systems. All Atlas cables are designed to impose as little of any inherent character as possible, achieved through careful selection of materials and construction methods, but we feel this latest generation Hyper cable is exceptionally transparent, allowing the equipment characteristics to be conveyed intact.The cable employs conductors comprising 72 0.25mm² high-purity OFC (Oxygen Free Copper) strands encapsulated within a carefully selected high-efficiency PTFE (Teflon™) dielectric coating. The resultant conductor is embedded within an anti-vibration filler and finished in the Hyper gloss black sleeve.Hyper 3.5 is the first cable in the Atlas product hierarchy which uses our Transpose Modular Termination System. Default termination is with our precision fit solder-free Expanding Plugs, suitable for standard 4mm sockets. Transpose options include Z-plugs or OFC spades in gold or silver.Specifications:Construction: Multi-coreMaterial: 6n OFCDielectric: PTFE (Teflon™)Screen: noneCapacitance: 0.0049 ohm/m;Inductance: 0.592 µH/mResistance: 0.0049 ohm/mVOP:  Outside Diameter: 8.5mm 

430 €
36 Instalments 14,85€ / month
Upon Order

A sophisticated cable engineered to offer a higher level of transparency than products typically supplied in ‘single-brand’ systems.It’s relatively easy to deliver an improvement in a specific area, but more difficult to create a cable that improves on overall detail, accuracy and open-ness without losing the signature speed and character of these systems. All Atlas cables are designed to impose as little of any inherent character as possible, achieved through careful selection of materials and construction methods, but we feel this latest generation Hyper cable is exceptionally transparent, allowing the equipment characteristics to be conveyed intact.The cable employs conductors comprising 72 0.25mm² high-purity OFC (Oxygen Free Copper) strands encapsulated within a carefully selected high-efficiency PTFE (Teflon™) dielectric coating. The resultant conductor is embedded within an anti-vibration filler and finished in the Hyper gloss black sleeve.Hyper 3.5 is the first cable in the Atlas product hierarchy which uses our Transpose Modular Termination System. Default termination is with our precision fit solder-free Expanding Plugs, suitable for standard 4mm sockets. Transpose options include Z-plugs or OFC spades in gold or silver.Specifications:Construction: Multi-coreMaterial: 6n OFCDielectric: PTFE (Teflon™)Screen: noneCapacitance: 0.0049 ohm/m;Inductance: 0.592 µH/mResistance: 0.0049 ohm/mVOP:  Outside Diameter: 8.5mm 

540 €
36 Instalments 18,64€ / month
Upon Order

Ascent is the first speaker cable in our product hierarchy to use OCC (Ohno Continous Casting) copper connectors with a total 2.0mm² diameter. These ultra high purity ‘6N’ (99.99997% purity) conductors are extremely transparent to the signal being passed, their mono-crystal structure ensuring minimum signal loss. For the dielectric, we use a high-efficiency PTFE (Teflon™) which again imposes virtually no signal degradation.In conjunction with our cold-weld, wideband Transpose connectors, which give a superior connection to conventional solder or screw fixing, the result is a cable with little discernable character which allows your system to convey a level of detail, speed and dynamics which might well surprise you.Specifications:Construction: Multi-coreMaterial: OCCDielectric: PTFE (Teflon™)Screen: N/ACapacitance: 90.54 pF/mInductance: 0.557 µH/mResistance: 0.0133 Ohms/mVOP: 0.74Outside Diameter: 8.2mm  

985 €
36 Instalments 34,01€ / month
Upon Order

Mavros uses very high purity OCC (Ohno Continuous Casting) copper conductors. The OCC process is named after professor Atsumi Ohno, who in the late 1970s, discovered that by heating the drawing mould to a higher temperature than the molten copper you intend to cast, then cooling it soon after, the result is one long, high purity (99.9997%) metal crystal.These high-purity monocrystal conductors are used in a multi-stranded layout, wrapped in individual low-loss microporous PTFE (Teflon™) insulators, and twisted to help lower electromagnetic interference. The four separate conductors are then wrapped in cotton, an additional layer paper, then wraps the assembly in PVC and shrouds it in an outer black cotton sleeve.In the bi-wire 2–2 and 2–4 configurations, two additional solid conductors are dedicated to the mid/high frequencies, facilitating a more stable and open stereo image.This obsessive attention to detail – and the combination of materials & assembly methods which was only finalised after exhaustive testing – produces a cable which HiFi World’s reviewer described as‘ the best he’d ever heard’ and HiFi Plus summarised as ‘one of the very, very best.  The goal to make cables which have no discernable character or sound of their own, which would in itself be a form of distortion – Mavros is engineered to ‘disappear’ in your system, leaving the performance of your equipment to speak for itself. It should be noted though that Mavros requires a ‘burn-in’ period during which the sound will continue to improve.Specifications:Construction: Multi-core LF/MF, Solid core HF (1.5mm)Material: OCCDielectric: Microporous PTFE (Teflon™)Screen: noneCapacitance: 111.14 pF/mInductance: 0.3412 µH/mResistance: 0.0035 Ohm/mVOP: 0.77Outside Diameter: 10.22mm

2.029 €
36 Instalments 70,05€ / month
Upon Order

Equator 2.0 offers an essentially neutral performance with none of the exaggerated treble detail frequently found at this price point. Equator is well suited as an upgrade for mid-level or older audio systems in need of a little ‘TLC.’Atlas Equator 2.0 is a 2mm² cable using OFC (Oxygen Free Copper) conductors contained in a high-density PEF dielectric (insulation layer) that’s far more efficient than PVC or polyethylene. The superior dielectric offers both a better measured performance and an audible improvement in dynamics. The core assemblies are contained in a cotton yarn in order to reduce microphony and the outer sheath is in a pearl white finish. Termination is with Z-plugs or our cold-weld high quality OFC spades. Specifications:Construction: Multi-coreMaterial: OFCDielectric: PEFScreen: NoneCapacitance: 70.51 pF/mInductance: 0.816 µH/mResistance: 0.0094 Ohms/mVOP: 0.73Outside Diameter: 8.5mm

230 €
36 Instalments 7,94€ / month
Upon Order

Equator 2.0 offers an essentially neutral performance with none of the exaggerated treble detail frequently found at this price point. Equator is well suited as an upgrade for mid-level or older audio systems in need of a little ‘TLC.’Atlas Equator 2.0 is a 2mm² cable using OFC (Oxygen Free Copper) conductors contained in a high-density PEF dielectric (insulation layer) that’s far more efficient than PVC or polyethylene. The superior dielectric offers both a better measured performance and an audible improvement in dynamics. The core assemblies are contained in a cotton yarn in order to reduce microphony and the outer sheath is in a pearl white finish. Termination is with Z-plugs or our cold-weld high quality OFC spades. Specifications:Construction: Multi-coreMaterial: OFCDielectric: PEFScreen: NoneCapacitance: 70.51 pF/mInductance: 0.816 µH/mResistance: 0.0094 Ohms/mVOP: 0.73Outside Diameter: 8.5mm

149 €
36 Instalments 5,14€ / month
Upon Order

An industry standard from the time this speaker cable was introduced. 8TC is a great solution for longer runs, tough speaker loads or internal biwire applications. Often regarded as a neutral cable able to deliver accurate dynamics and large soundstage. 2 x 9 awg conductors.Features:Low loss fluorocarbon dielectric16 wire counter opposed helixVariStrand copper conductorsNitrogen assisted hand soldered termination

570 €
36 Instalments 19,68€ / month
Upon Order

An industry standard from the time this speaker cable was introduced. 8TC is a great solution for longer runs, tough speaker loads or internal biwire applications. Often regarded as a neutral cable able to deliver accurate dynamics and large soundstage. 2 x 9 awg conductors.Features:Low loss fluorocarbon dielectric16 wire counter opposed helixVariStrand copper conductorsNitrogen assisted hand soldered termination

680 €
36 Instalments 23,48€ / month
Upon Order

An industry standard from the time this speaker cable was introduced. 8TC is a great solution for longer runs, tough speaker loads or internal biwire applications. Often regarded as a neutral cable able to deliver accurate dynamics and large soundstage. 2 x 9 awg conductors.Features:Low loss fluorocarbon dielectric16 wire counter opposed helixVariStrand copper conductorsNitrogen assisted hand soldered termination

780 €
36 Instalments 26,93€ / month
Upon Order

An industry standard from the time this speaker cable was introduced. 8TC is a great solution for longer runs, tough speaker loads or internal biwire applications. Often regarded as a neutral cable able to deliver accurate dynamics and large soundstage. 2 x 9 awg conductors.Features:Low loss fluorocarbon dielectric16 wire counter opposed helixVariStrand copper conductorsNitrogen assisted hand soldered termination

870 €
36 Instalments 30,04€ / month
Upon Order

An industry standard from the time this speaker cable was introduced. 8TC is a great solution for longer runs, tough speaker loads or internal biwire applications. Often regarded as a neutral cable able to deliver accurate dynamics and large soundstage. 2 x 9 awg conductors.Features:Low loss fluorocarbon dielectric16 wire counter opposed helixVariStrand copper conductorsNitrogen assisted hand soldered termination

450 €
36 Instalments 15,54€ / month
Upon Order

Pair cables 4TC 2x2.60m. With bananas Kimber.(Cp) parallel capacitance: 362.0 pF  20 kHz(Ls) series inductance: 0.715 µH  20 kHz(Rdc) dc loop resistance: 0.038 Ω(Xt) total reactance: 0.071 Ω  20 kHzFrequency response ± 0.5 dB: dc - 500 kHz

349 €
36 Instalments 12,05€ / month
Upon Order

Nordost's original Flatline loudspeaker cable introduced the audio world to an entirely new level of performance and a unique production technique. Our proprietary, extruded FEP cables, with their thin, flat profile don't just look different - their deceptive simplicity is a uniquely elegant answer to the conflicting requirements for low resistance, capacitance and inductance that limit the performance of more conventional cable configurations. Now, the Red Dawn LS takes the benefits even further. By reducing dielectric effects still further as well as optimizing the physical spacing of the 20 heavy-gauge 26 AWG, silver-plated OFC solid core conductors, we have produced a cable capable of phenomenal phase accuracy and detail, speed and dynamic range. From the quietest, most delicate note to the power of a thundering orchestral crescendo or driving rock track, the Red Dawn LS Speaker Cable spans the range with effortless grace and deft control, allowing music to seduce when it wants to, or be savage when it must. Sitting at the top of the Leif Series, Red Dawn LS bears comparison with competing cables irrespective of price. The Red Dawn Speaker Cable yields the best performance possible from a speaker cable without using Micro Mono-Filament/TSC cable design.Specifications:Termination: Single-wired spades or bananas Insulation: Fluorinated Ethylene Propylene (FEP) Construction: 20 conductors 12 AWG Conductors: Silver-plated 99.9999 OFC solid-core Capacitance: 10.0pF/ft Inductance: 0.155uH/ft

1.165 €
36 Instalments 40,22€ / month
Upon Order

Nordost's original Flatline loudspeaker cable introduced the audio world to an entirely new level of performance and a unique production technique. Our proprietary, extruded FEP cables, with their thin, flat profile don't just look different - their deceptive simplicity is a uniquely elegant answer to the conflicting requirements for low resistance, capacitance and inductance that limit the performance of more conventional cable configurations. Now, the Red Dawn LS takes the benefits even further. By reducing dielectric effects still further as well as optimizing the physical spacing of the 20 heavy-gauge 26 AWG, silver-plated OFC solid core conductors, we have produced a cable capable of phenomenal phase accuracy and detail, speed and dynamic range. From the quietest, most delicate note to the power of a thundering orchestral crescendo or driving rock track, the Red Dawn LS Speaker Cable spans the range with effortless grace and deft control, allowing music to seduce when it wants to, or be savage when it must. Sitting at the top of the Leif Series, Red Dawn LS bears comparison with competing cables irrespective of price. The Red Dawn Speaker Cable yields the best performance possible from a speaker cable without using Micro Mono-Filament/TSC cable design.Specifications:Termination: Single-wired spades or bananas Insulation: Fluorinated Ethylene Propylene (FEP) Construction: 20 conductors 12 AWG Conductors: Silver-plated 99.9999 OFC solid-core Capacitance: 10.0pF/ft Inductance: 0.155uH/ft

1.405 €
36 Instalments 48,51€ / month
Upon Order

Nordost's original Flatline loudspeaker cable introduced the audio world to an entirely new level of performance and a unique production technique. Our proprietary, extruded FEP cables, with their thin, flat profile don't just look different - their deceptive simplicity is a uniquely elegant answer to the conflicting requirements for low resistance, capacitance and inductance that limit the performance of more conventional cable configurations. Now, the Red Dawn LS takes the benefits even further. By reducing dielectric effects still further as well as optimizing the physical spacing of the 20 heavy-gauge 26 AWG, silver-plated OFC solid core conductors, we have produced a cable capable of phenomenal phase accuracy and detail, speed and dynamic range. From the quietest, most delicate note to the power of a thundering orchestral crescendo or driving rock track, the Red Dawn LS Speaker Cable spans the range with effortless grace and deft control, allowing music to seduce when it wants to, or be savage when it must. Sitting at the top of the Leif Series, Red Dawn LS bears comparison with competing cables irrespective of price. The Red Dawn Speaker Cable yields the best performance possible from a speaker cable without using Micro Mono-Filament/TSC cable design.Specifications:Termination: Single-wired spades or bananas Insulation: Fluorinated Ethylene Propylene (FEP) Construction: 20 conductors 12 AWG Conductors: Silver-plated 99.9999 OFC solid-core Capacitance: 10.0pF/ft Inductance: 0.155uH/ft

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36 Instalments 56,79€ / month
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