Tunable HiFi audio interconnects and speaker cables with REDpurl™ Adaptive Geometry
A unique cable construction releasing the full potential of your audio system
- Unique hand-built, tunable, REDpurl™ Adaptive Geometry.
- Combining the highest levels of detail and dynamics with musicality.
- Asymmetric, intersecting, non-parallel conductors address challenges of crosstalk, capacitance and harmonic modes.
- Three different conductor gauges fully reproduce tonal and dynamic colour across the music spectrum.
- Tuning, using spacers at individual cable loops, allows better matching of audio components creating the music that connects with you.
Our unique hand-braided REDpurl™ Adaptive Geometry is designed to create space and asymmetry between conductors of different diameter.
The resulting intersecting, non-parallel conductor arrangements address the ever present challenges of crosstalk, capacitance and harmonic modes, whilst the different gauges fully reproduce dynamics and tonal colour across the music spectrum.
Unique to our design is the space we have created in our cables, which allows users to alter the relationship between the conductors (and therefore the physics) at individual loops. This ability to tune allows you to explore the full potential of your audio system by making it easier to electronically match components and explore your own musical preferences.
Find out more about our design REDpurl™ adaptive asymmetric geometry (UK patent pending).
'Audio interconnects and speaker cables rarely involve innovation, but one might well apply such an epithet to a "tunable" British design called Wire on Wire developed by Chris Bell, a sharp-eared audio enthusiast.' Paul Messenger, Stereophile, April 2019
'You are able to change the geometry to change the 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.