Intersect not parallel
Conductors intersect at angles, rather than lying parallel with each other. This reduces interference.
The result is a low-capacitance cable with good mechanical flexibility, without the need for fillers or sheaths.
REDpurl™ geometry gives smaller-diameter conducting filaments a longer length-per unit-distance than the larger diameter wires. This addresses possible phase differences.
The organic asymmetric structure of the REDpurl™ geometry prevents identical relationships between conductors becoming established so inhibiting harmonic modes across the music spectrum and improving dynamic control.
For us, multiple strands of silver-plated copper convey the timbre of instruments and voice more realistically than single conductors.
When silver-plated copper is used with the correct cable geometry, it produces a sense of delicate clarity that is unmatched by any form of pure copper or pure silver that we have tried.
To deliver a full range of dynamics and weight across the frequency spectrum, an audio cable requires different diameter conductors. Smaller gauge wire can deliver excellent detail and dynamics in the upper frequencies, but their accompanying lack of bass leads to a shift in the tonal balance. To eliminate this problem, the conductors in our Experience cables are of several carefully chosen diameters.
PTFE is a very stable, high-performing insulator with a low dielectric constant. It provides excellent mechanical properties and a consistent level of detail and clarity above other dielectrics that we have tested.
Shielding and directionality
We have carried out extensive tests on cable shielding. Whether floating or grounded it always adds a slight artificiality to the sound, removing some of the natural exuberance of the instruments. So we don’t use shielding, preferring to rely on our REDpurl™ geometry to keep RFI at bay.
Our Experience680 RCA interconnects only are directional.
Our RCA interconnects can now be terminated using WBT-0114 phono plug with clamping sleeve or the push-on KLE copper harmony termination.
A cable sounds more balanced musically for a burn-in over the course of a week. It is, therefore, best to listen to the cable during this period to appreciate what it delivers before tuning it, but there is no reason to extend a burn-in period each time the wire positions are varied.