Speaker CableLoudspeaker cables have the demanding task of carrying high-power signals over relatively large distances from the output stages to the speakers without discoloration or deterioration of the original signal while mains leads have to eliminate electro-magnetic smog and all interference factors caused by the mains wiring system. That is why we have developed special cable systems that perfectly fulfil all demands.
Speaker Hex has a large overall cross-sectional area, and is fitted with six twisted stranded copper conductors. Shielding takes the form of PE monofilament braid and an anti-static external sleeve with an anti-static additive; the latter gives the cable its carbon colour, and significantly reduces surface resistance. The cable terminates in solid aluminium sleeves with an integral ferrite RF ring, each routing three stranded conductors to the high-end BFA banana plugs or optional spades terminals with rhodium-plated surfaces of superb quality.
Speaker Quad consists of four individual cables with a large total cross-sectional area, and features a very careful, sophisticated design aimed at frequency-neutral behaviour and a very good specification. Its internal construction, based on four independent conductors, permits several different types of connection; for example, the use of four banana plugs or spades for connecting loudspeakers with bi-wiring terminals. The high-end BFA banana plugs and spades terminals are manufactured from chrome-plated ultra-pure brass, and feature an insulating plastic grip.
Speaker Koax S
The elaborate snd solid construction with high-quality insulators and conductors made of copper / pure silver are the reason for the explosive, sovereign sound with thrust, bass pressure and midrange presence.
The Speaker Eight speaker cable has an uncompromising design with eight separately insulated wire bundles of high cross-section. Even power-hungry loudspeakers, which can convert high power, are optimally controlled, because the large overall cross section enables very high damping factors.