Award winning tunable audio cables, interconnects and speaker cables allowing fine-tuning of performance between components in your hifi system
Designed and hand-built to order in the UK, our unique tunable REDpurl™ conductor configuration allows an audio cable’s electrical properties to be optimized by you, releasing the full potential of your hifi system and bringing your music to life.
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"We found that there tend to be three main areas of performance that are addressed by Wire on Wire; mid-band clarity and top-end air, soundstage size and precision, and bass weight and warmth. Systems can often come up short in one of these aspects of overall performance, and the Wire on Wire cable allows you to zone in on addressing that shortfall without tampering with the sound elsewhere, or having to work through a store’s worth of expensive ‘almost’ cables in order to let your system find its mojo.”
"That is what WIre on Wire’s Experience880 audio cable does so well; it’s not a tone control, but instead, it takes a good system and fine-tunes it to perfection."
'You are able to change the geometry to change the audio cable’s characteristics to suit you and your system. I have to say that I was somewhat sceptical but Chris Bell’s [demo at NW Audio Show] was a bit of an ear opener with clear differences being apparent with different geometries being used.' Stuart Smith, HifiPig, July 2017.
How REDpurl™ audio cable geometry fine-tunes your hifi system.
- Tuning, using spacers at individual loops, allows an audio cable’s electrical properties to be optimized by altering the relationship between conductors.
- Asymmetric, intersecting, non-parallel conductors address challenges of cross-talk, capacitance and harmonic modes.
- Three different conductor gauges fully reproduce tonal and dynamic colour across the music spectrum.
What to listen for in audio cables.
For further details on what you might expect to hear when auditioning audio cables in general or ours in particular, we have written a series of articles entitled 'What do the best audio cables sound like'.