REDpurl™ adaptive asymmetric geometry
Combining different gauges of wire to accurately reproduce dynamics and tonal balance using conventional manufacturing techniques we found imposed an unnatural character on the music, robbing it of its lifelike transparency. Symmetrical geometries in cable construction we concluded were a significant cause because of the repeating patterns of interference between fixed, closely bonded wires.
Our asymmetric REDpurl™ adaptive asymmetric geometry overcomes this by allowing variations in wire spacing and alignment creating more space between conductors.
Intersect not parallel
Conductors in our cables intersect at increased angles rather than lying parallel with each other so reducing interference.
The result is a low capacitance cable with good mechanical flexibility without the need for fillers or sheaths.
REDpurl™ provides a geometry that provides for smaller diameter conducting filaments to have a longer length per unit distance than the larger diameter wires so addressing possible phase differences.
The organic appearance of the REDpurl™geometry is a reflection of the asymmetry that prevents identical relationships between conductors becoming established. R-C-L relations at individual cable loops vary helping to break up harmonic modes across the music spectrum that can affect dynamic control in an audio system.
Conductor orientation shapes a cable's character and our new adaptive geometry allows us to use this to our advantage. Individual wire loops can be altered at will so tuning the cable's musical presentation.