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Adaptive
Asymmetric
Geometry

Audiophile happiness

Wire on Wire is a British company that hand builds tuneable audio cables using its unique REDpurl™ adaptive asymmetric geometry.

We like to listen to live music and we even play a little of it ourselves and we like audio systems that reflect that experience without sacrificing recorded detail.

As Nelson Pass observes on his First Watt web site, "There is no such thing as a perfect amplifier. All audiophiles and their associated equipment have specific needs, but in each case, there is such a thing as a best amplifier - the one that makes you happy."

Similarly the best audio cable is one where its capacitance (C), inductance (L), resistance (R) and geometry match your system requirements.

We thought it would be good to have some control of those settings without changing cables. The key to this is the understanding that the physical arrangement of conductors in a cable modifies these electrical properties.

Manufacturing limits design

Conventional cable manufacturers have two problems when it comes to solving this problem. The first is they can only make what braiding and weaving machines can construct and that translates as a very small number of wire arrangements or geometries.

The second is that once the cable leaves the machine it is fixed so if it’s not right for you and your system you’ll either have to adapt to it or buy another cable.

Adaptive design tuned by the user

Any audio cable capable of adaptability must have a stable core around which reversible changes can take place.

So we developed a braiding technique to harness the electrical properties of carefully chosen conductors, which resulted in our unique REDpurl™ adaptive asymmetric geometry.

Unlike conventional machined products it has an open asymmetric structure without the closely bound conductors and repeating geometries that encourage harmonic modes with their attendant dynamic control issues.

"If wires talk to each other", Wire On Wire's Chris Bell says, "I don't want them having the same conversation at regular intervals along the cable so the organic appearance of our interconnects is a reflection of the asymmetry that prevents this."

 Unique tuneable design

The design has many benefits including the ability to adjust or tune the R-C-L relations at individual cable loops by inserting 'spacers'.

Detailed information remains the same but it can be presented with a little more depth, for example, or with greater warmth, allowing a series of high quality interconnects to be unlocked from a single audio cable to suit different tastes and systems.

Wire on Wire's ethos

Today we are in a position to share with you the results of these years of research, having listened to hundreds of different combinations of conductor types and geometries before we were satisfied. This is at the heart of Wire on Wire’s ethos; it has to sound good…or we lock Chris in the shed till it does.

Meticulous hand construction

Every audio cable is meticulously constructed by hand using braiding skills built up over many years. It is a time-consuming process but it is worth it because to this date we haven't found a machine that can improve on this approach.

Customer care

We know from personal experience that it can be very galling when you think you have bought the best from a company only to find it announcing a ‘better’ version shortly after.

To benefit from our ongoing research and to show our appreciation of our customers' support, Wire on Wire offers a 100% trade in value on its Experience cables if you trade up within 2 years of your initial purchase date. After that date you can still trade in your cable but on a sliding scale taking into account its age and condition so please keep your invoice to verify your purchase date.

And of course, you can audition any of our cables at home using our 60 day money back guarantee.

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