Tellurium Q Black RCA Interconnects

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  • Hi-Fi World '5 Globe' award-winner
  • Sealed with an anti micro-phony compound
  • Enhances silent background in your system

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Tellurium Q put years of research and development into every product. Tellurium Q’s philosophy is to only release a product that they believe is to be of the best quality in that price range. Here at MCRU, we hold the same standard for our ‘house’ products.

Mains Cables R Us is an authorised stockist of Tellurium Q cables, and we keep their full cable range. We have demonstration sets that we can send out for evaluation, so please contact us to discuss your needs.

We use these cables in our own system, so we know just how good they are; and there is a 30 day money-back guarantee offered on everything we sell, providing total peace of mind.

Read more about the Black RCA Interconnect here on the Tellurium Q website 


"Subsequent to the launch of the loudspeaker cable range, we now see these three interconnects, the Black RCA, the XLR and the DIN. The maker claims they have excellent bandwidth, exceptional phase coherency and “increased detail compared to other cables". Apart from this he remains deliberately vague about the construction and inner workings. I can confirm that they arrive with rubbery dielectric (which unlike so many cables isn’t microphonic, instead sounding very ‘dead’ when you tap it). The RCA cables are directional and fitted with gold plated phono plugs with locking collars. The XLR is not direction marked and sports Neutrik XLRs, whilst the DIN leads sport metal ‘Ream’ DIN plugs and are directional. The company adds mysteriously that they’ve been designed “with an electronic circuit in the end that has a profoundly positive effect on the purity of the signal transmission”; all I could glean from Tellurium Q is that this is “a specific unique matching pad that’s been miniaturised and shoehorned into the DIN plug”"

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By on 28 Jan. 2015 :

Title : Tellurium Q Black RCA
Comment : usually I build interconnecting cables personally using silver or up-occ copper wire with connectors KLE or WBT , but TELLURIUM Q Black is simply better.
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