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AudioQuest Mackenzie XLR Cable

R6,290.00R7,390.00 Incl. VAT
Originally named Disappointment for dashing Alexander Mackenzie’s hope that it would lead to the Pacific rather than the Arctic Ocean, the Mackenzie River is Canada’s largest, longest river system. Traversing 2,635 miles, it flows through a vast network of lakes, boreal forests, and arctic tundra. Mackenzie’s many tributaries cover portions of three provinces—British Columbia, Alberta, and Saskatchewan—and two territories, Yukon and the Northwest Territories. Known as “The Amazon of the North,” Mackenzie’s sparsely populated basin remains one of the great unspoiled natural areas in the world.
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Tributaries Series 6 BALANCED AUDIO CABLES

R3,000.00R4,500.00 Incl. VAT
All Series 6 audio cables are meticulously assembled by hand in Orlando, Florida. Series 6 balanced audio cables begin with ultra-pure highly conductive oxygen free copper (HC-OFC) developed specifically for audio applications. Each conductor is engineered with dual solid gauge wires that are mathematically and tonally chosen to support low, mid and high frequencies for a natural sounding cable. Individually insulating each wire yields zero strand interaction and better sound quality. The Series 6 balanced cables are precision twisted balanced in design. Dedicated conductors with equal impedance for positive and negative signals. The signal conductors are wrapped with dual shielding to keep noise from reaching the single path. To reduce signal hum during connection the Tributaries Series 6 XLR connectors have the female ground (pin 1) placed forward in the shell so the ground connects first. The end result is a neutral sounding cable. The Series 6 Balanced Audio cable is stocked in pair and mono cables in lengths from ½ meter to 4 meter lengths with custom lengths available.
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Tributaties Series 4 BALANCED AUDIO CABLES

R3,200.00 Incl. VAT
All Series 4 audio cables are assembled by hand in Orlando, Florida. Series 4 balanced audio cables begin with ultra-pure highly conductive oxygen free copper (HC-OFC) developed specifically for audio applications. Conductors are solid gauge to prevent grainy distortion caused by stranded wire. The Series 4 balanced cables are a precision twisted balanced in design. Dedicated conductors with equal impedance for positive and negative signals. The signal conductors are wrapped with dual shielding to keep noise from reaching the single path. To reduce signal hum during connection the Tributaries Series 4 XLR connectors have the female ground (pin 1) placed forward in the shell so the ground connects first. The Series 4 balanced cable is high performance cable that looks as good as it sounds The Series 4 Balanced Audio cable is stocked in pair and mono cables in lengths from ½ meter to 4 meter lengths with custom lengths available.
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Tellurium Q Ultra Silver XLR Cable (Pair) – 1 Meter

R19,790.00 Incl. VAT
The Tellurium Q Ultra Silver has taking the qualities of the Graphite interconnect and extending the detail and top end without any harshness.
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Furutech SA-22 High performance µ-OFC balanced audio cable

R550.00 Incl. VAT
Price per meter The Furutech SA-22 off-the-reel balanced audio cable features µ-OFC conductors, that are treated with Furutech’s Alpha-process. The cable provides excellent overall tonal balance, quieter backgrounds, a striking three-dimensional soundstage, and solid punchy bass.
  • High-Performance Balanced analogue audio cable (ÎĽ -OFC, multi-strand, 9mm diameter, 14AWG) (50m/Reel)
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Tellurium Q Silver Diamond XLR Cable (Pair)

R52,000.00R92,000.00 Incl. VAT
The Silver Diamond XLR sits right at the top of all Tellurium's families of sound in terms of performance. Highly detailed, incredible range and above all natural.
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Tellurium Q Ultra Silver XLR Cable (Pair)

R22,000.00R50,000.00 Incl. VAT
The Tellurium Q Ultra Silver has taking the qualities of the Graphite interconnect and extending the detail and top end without any harshness.
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Tellurium Q Ultra Black II XLR Cable (Pair)

R12,500.00R22,900.00 Incl. VAT
These are a significant step up from the old Ultra Black XLRs (as you would expect from any of tellurium Q's developments by now). What they found in their listening tests is that the Ultra Black II's are smoother, more accurate and more detailed with more depth / 3 dimensionality. Built to complement the astounding Ultra Black II speaker cable but also stands alone with its performance profile.
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Tellurium Q Black XLR Cable (Pair)

R8,500.00R18,900.00 Incl. VAT
These XLR interconnects have been designed to have the lowest capacitance that Tellurium could build in and the highest possible bandwidth with enhanced shielding.
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Tellurium Q Blue XLR Cable (Pair) – 1 Meter

R4,859.00 Incl. VAT
  Tellurium Q Blue II XLR Balanced Interconnect   The Blue II XLR is Tellurium’s entry-level RCA given 4.5 stars
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AudioQuest Earth XLR Cable

R26,590.00 Incl. VAT
Consider this simple fact: Even the smallest flowers crack concrete. It’s enough to make one wonder what might happen if the Earth were freed from humankind’s influence and simply left to its own devices—to regenerate, blossom, and grow wild. What wonders might spring from its soil? Scientists speculate that it would take only a century or two to wipe away the plants, crops, and animal species so carefully fashioned by humankind’s industrious hand. In a few thousand years, the world might look exactly as it did before humanity came along: a wilderness. Take, for instance, New York City, considered by many the greatest city on Earth. Without humankind’s interference, the repeated thawing and freezing of spring and winter would, within a decade, shatter the city’s cement skin, allowing water to seep deep into the fertile ground below. Cracks would widen, deepen, and provide the soil from which exotic plant species, such as New York’s prolific Chinese ailanthus tree, would grow. Within as little as five years, ailanthus roots would heave up the sidewalks and course through the sewers, while native Virginia creeper and poison ivy would adorn the city’s skyscrapers. Within two decades, the water-soaked steel columns that support the street above the city’s vast subway tunnels would give way, quickly transforming Lexington Avenue into a mighty river. Coyotes would find shelter in Central Park, to be soon followed by deer, bears, and wolves. Large oak trees would cover the land, while hawks and falcons would soar through the skies. But let’s not forget: We are also a product of Earth’s rich soil, sharing even the most majestic creature’s ability to strengthen, diversify, and cultivate the land; to create a world fit for work and play, where we can share happiness and nurture life. Indeed, Earth is a reservoir of such life, a treasure chest overflowing with the elements—the rocks, metals, clay, and other ingredients—with which we build our villages and cities, our most modest shelters, and most breathtaking monuments: the skyscrapers that part the highest clouds, tunnels that connect the farthest lands, and bridges that cross the widest rivers. That the smallest flower can display as much strength as the tallest skyscraper is not an indictment against humanity. Instead, it is a testament to humankind’s vast potential: to engineer a beauty rivaled only by Earth’s natural magnificence.
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AudioQuest Yukon XLR Cable

R9,390.00 Incl. VAT
Meaning “Big River” in Athabaskan, the Yukon River starts with the Llewellyn Glacier as its source in British Columbia, and empties into Alaska’s Bering Sea. It may have been the first immigration route for North America’s first indigenous humans, and was certainly the principle means of travel during the 1896-1903 Klondike Gold Rush. Paddle-wheel riverboats continued as the dominant form of transportation along the river until the 1950s when the Klondike Highway was completed. King Salmon from the Yukon River remain an elusive, but prized delicacy.
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AudioQuest Red River XLR Interconnect Cable

R3,690.00R4,490.00 Incl. VAT
Our Triple-Balanced Geometry uses a separate ground-reference conductor, so the cable's shield is never used as an inferior conductor. Whether prepared with RCA or XLR plugs, the cable's three conductors ensure that the positive and negative signals have
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QED Reference XLR 40 Analogue Audio Interconnects Cable

R4,690.00R6,250.00 Incl. VAT

Reference XLR 40 Analogue

Reference XLR 40 builds on the multi-award-winning Audio 40 range of products, now available in XLR form. XLR 40 is designed primarily for low capacitance as this has been identified by QED as a major factor that leads to a high fidelity experience. Further steps have been taken to eliminate minute timing errors in the cable by the use of a special floating Zn/Mn ferrite jacket alongside the use of QED's unique 'Tri-Conductor' technology reducing signal to ground capacitance to vanishingly low levels.
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