Black Rhodium Cantata DCT++ CS Stereo Interconnects

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Black Rhodium's Best Interconnect – and how! Now even better! XLR or RCA connectors. Product data sheet is here.

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Cantata is hand-made in Black Rhodium’s UK factory to a special design known only by their founder Graham Nalty. It is a cable that will be a revelation in high-end systems. If you have the quality of equipment to do it justice, this interconnect will repay you big-time.

The Cantata features:-

  • 99.97% pure Palladium 0.25mm² solid-core wires for signal and return, treated with Black Rhodium’s advanced DCT Ultra treatment to improve overall clarity, resolution and timing of music.
  • Internal Palladium wires are treated with the DCT++ treatment, improving depth, clarity and timing.
  • The complete terminated cable is then treated with the company’s exclusive Crystal Sound process. This brings further improvements to the DCT++ process, whilst also adding increased power and weight to bass notes, creating a greater sense of realism.
  • High quality PTFE insulation with air gap to minimise dielectric absorption.
  • Silver-plated copper braided screen designed to reject RFI resulting in smoother, clearer music with lower background noise.
  • Advanced quality control of the wire direction in the assembly process to ensure consistent, superior stereo imaging and low background noise.
  • Special low-microphonic conducting layer that prevents microphonic noise, thus improving dynamics.
  • Directional heatshrinks applied to the cable, so that the directional benefits are easily achieved and the cable is aesthetically pleasing.
  • Choice of terminations - either Eichmann Silver Bullet Plugs or Oyaide SLSC connectors.

Supplied in lengths of 0.5 metre stereo pair, 0.75 metre, 1 metre, 1.25 metre and 1.5 metres. It can also be supplied with XLR plugs, to order.

If you would like a demonstration of this cable, get in touch now.

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