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 Furutech Audio Refernce lll Interconnect XLR 1.2m

Features: Double-shielded a (Alpha)-OCC Conductors eliminate radiated noise Formula GC-303 Antimagnetic EMI-Absorbent Modules surround each cable High performance beautifully engineered rhodium plated XLR [FP-601M/602F (R)] connectors XLR pins [FP-601M (R)/602F (R)] high-contact luxuriously-finished nonmagnetic rhodium-plated phosphor bronze for stable Furutech Pure Transmission signal Shield 1 0.12 mm a (Alpha) conductor wire braid Shield 2 special EMI-absorbent Formula GC-303 Modules for superior noise isolation Insulated with air-foamed HDPE reducing capacitance and damping vibration Results in greater resolution, clarity, powerful dynamics, and an ultra-quiet soundstage in which music develops more fully without artificial upper-frequency presence region glare. GC-303 allows a deeper, tighter bass to form a solid foundation for the rest of the frequency range, better defining the original recording's venue. Natural, unforced detail reveals nuance and energy for an engaging musical experience. a (Alpha) Conductor Is Composed Of Fine PCOCC Wire Strands Treated With Furutech's a (Alpha) Cryogenic and Demagnetizing Process Here's What The Critics Say: The Furutech cable sound is easily described as one that completely avoids those peculiar striations that result from highlighting, the providence of certain silver cables that emphasize edge definition for nearly surreal image lock. Such sharp edging then becomes synonymous with etching. It gives a short-lived appearance of exceptional detail - short-lived since such sound is not only unrealistic but fatiguing. The Furutech cables patently don't cause this. However, they are exceptionally detailed. I can't help but think that the hexagonal barrel innards [Formula GC-303 Modules] are at least somewhat responsible for this wealth of clearly intelligible inner detail. Rather than throwing detail at you, they throw out inter-note noise. While the end result might seem the same -- more detail -- the way it communicates is very different. Put plainly, the Furutechs never fatigue even at elevated levels yet they do remain ultra resolved. -- Srajan Ebaen,