The Chord Company has unveiled what it is describing as its most advanced cable range in its 30-year history. The new flagship ChordMusic series has been developed using a new insulation material called Taylon, which has never been used in audio cables before. Although its dielectric constant is very slightly lower than PTFE, Taylon is phase stable at typical room temperatures, meaning that it should be able to produce the most natural and musically coherent sound. The range is available as analogue (RCA, XLR and DIN) and digital (AES EBU, RCA, BNC, XLR and RJ45) interconnects. Find out more here.
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