A high quality single lead loudspeaker cable, with red HULLIFLEX®(*) jacket. It has a multi-strand conductor, an extra internal layer of L.S.C.® and a ring of 16 separately insulated strands. This makes that this cable is more flexible. The diameter is 8.0 mm.
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The REVOLUTION HYBRID is a single-lead loudspeaker cable with the same sonic properties but smaller in size.
First an inner group with 308 x 0.14 mm. very high grade Matched Crystal (MC) OFC strands with a dense coating of very pure silver. The inner group exhibits a total metal cross-section area of 4.74 mm².
Covering this core is a Linear Structured Carbon ® (LSC) saturated layer which bridges minor defects and captures and transforms the radiated magnetic field of the inner conductor to an audio signal again.
The helically wound outer conductor structure employs the same silver coated MC OFC metal quality as found in the core and consists of 16 separate conductors, each with 19 strands of 0.11 mm. This produces a metal cross-section area of 2.89 mm². These 16 outer conductors are individually insulated and are standardly wired in parallel with the centre conductor, giving a single lead cable. Their being individually insulated however also allows them to be wired together as a separate signal return. (Versions wired as such and fit with matching connectors are available either as twin-lead speaker cable or as single-ended interconnect on special customer demand).
The total metal cross-section area of The REVOLUTION HYBRID is 7.63 mm² giving the cable its very low resistance of 0.226 Ohm/100 m.
The outer jacket is made of red HULLIFLEX ® 3, a mechanically superb insulation material.
The REVOLUTION HYBRID can also be used as a fantastic single-ended interconnect in combination with our C – 8.4 RCA type connector.
Sonic report: The REVOLUTION HYBRID renders a very spacious and detailed structure without any specific accent on high frequencies.