The Atlas Hyper cables offer unbeatable value. Previously unheard at the prices of these cables of is a PTFE dielectric and 6N pure (99.9999%) OFC conductors. Indeed the Hyper is almost certainly one of the finest Hi Fi performance bargains today.
The Hyper cables are available in 1.5sq mm, 2.0 sq mm, 3.0 sq mm and Bi-Wire options. Choose the 1.5 where bass isn’t a priority or for rear speakers in a 5.1 system for example or for compact book-shelf speakers. The Hyper 2.0 is renowned as a standard reference cable for quality Hi Fi Systems; Choose the Hyper 3.0 for increased bass and the Bi-Wire for improved high frequency information in a bi-wire speaker system.
The Atlas Hyper cables share many similarities with the more advanced Ascent models. The Hyper cables are smooth and refined allowing for continuous listening over a prolonged period without causing listener fatigue.
We sincerely recommend these are used in conjunction with the range of Hyper interconnects. The Asymmetrical will offer excellent clarity with definition; great for modern music. The Hyper Symmetrical offers a more sophisticated and relaxing analogue-like presentation with extra width, depth and height. The fully balanced Atlas Hyper Symmetrical with Atlas XLR plugs, should be used in a balanced system for optimum noise free results. All the Hyper speaker cables offer superb fidelity, however for the best results, the interconnects and the speaker cables were designed to match. If an interconnect is used that cannot feed throught to the speaker via the speaker cables, a complete signal, then it matters not how good the speakers or the speaker cables may be, they cannot recover information lost by an interconnect.
Product Specifications: features Construction :48/0.20 Conductor Material :OFC Screen :None Dielectric :PTFE (Teflon) Outer Diameter :6.4mm Connector :Z-Plug or OFC Spade available lengths Lengths :2.0m, 3.0m, 5.0m, 7.0m Custom Lengths also Available. 50m Reel
technical data Capacitance (pF/m) :74.44 Resistance (Ohms/m) :0.0133 Inductance (µH/m) :0.5062 Velocity of propagation :0.72