c. BLACK CAT DIGITAL CABLES

c. BLACK CAT DIGITAL CABLES

Regular price $195

In 2010 I released the first-ever Black Cat Cable product, and it was a little 75 Ohm digital cabled named “Veloce” - it quickly gained a wonderful reputation for being a wonderful performer, and was celebrated for being something of a “sure thing” by Srajan Ebaen of 6moons.com when he said:
 
“ … that makes the Veloce a sure thing for all but the excessively monied. Sure things in as uncertain a sector as high-end audio are always welcome. When sure things cost only a little, they become sure things for sure.”
 

"At first I thought I had lost something - and then immediately after, I began to realize the extra information (detail), that the increased smoothness of your cable had initially made MORE, seem LESS. My mistake! It is magnificently musical and satisfying. A huge tonal palette, and bass I never heard before. Wow. You sure know what you are doing. I am so glad I ordered it! ...  I was surprised. Seldom does a component create such a totally positive change."   ~ Lew Wells, customer

 

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Silverstar! 75 is the evolution of the Veloce, and has been a major underground favorite for good reason – it bests some of the most expensive SPDIF cables out there, and it’s a steal by comparison! The raw cable is manufactured to my specifications by a military/aerospace contractor in the USA that I’ve been doing business with since 1994, and terminated right here in my workshop in coastal Japan.
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Terminated with 75 Ohm BNC connectors and provided with our precision BNC:RCA adapters.
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DIGIT 75 is a “lite” trickle down from TRØN, where I’m using some of our QuieTex materials and techniques to create an RF and EM insulative blanket of sorts in order to help defray the effects of RF/EM from without and within. It’s an electrically precise 75 Ohm coaxial cable with an outstanding bandwidth, terminated with precision 75 Ohm BNCs and includes 2 XOX BNC to RCA adapters.
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The smoothness of sound, the detail that is pulled from my compact discs, the depth and width of the soundstage, and all around musicality is new to me since I connected the Digit 75. I did not have this with the other SPDIFs in my possession. This was what I was missing on digital playback. As fine as the new DAC is, this has elevated the sound to reference quality. The Digit is the best cable I have heard from Chris. This is an absolute must audition for those in need of a reference SPDIF. The Artisan of Kanagawa has reached a whole new level of magic.  ~ Lee Scoggins / Part Time Audiophile
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DIGIT USB is a very different take on the ordinary/mundane USB architecture that you’ll find even in some of the most expensive luxury-level USB cables available. In this instance, it provides twin 45-ohm highly precise micro-coaxial cables with real silver-plated copper-foil shielding (NOT metallized plastic mylar!) for the data lines, run within a PTFE (Teflon) tube. Power and Ground are run in a separate layer in counter-rotating helices using my Matrix-32 Interpole™ system, and then an overall jacket is woven around the whole form.
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TRØN: This is my topline 75 Ohm SPDIF cable, of which I believe there is no equal in the world. Many years of experience, many iterative improvements to my digital cable designs over those years, have taught me some important lessons – not just about controlling the electrical parameters within the cable – but also about controlling other factors.
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Aside from its core precision electrical characteristics, TRØN incorporates a complex layering of metallic and pyrolytic interstitials between the main cable and the outside jacket. This complex, referred to as “QuieTex”, has several functions both in terms of absorbing and/or rejecting RF and EM fields from outside, as well as absorbing and dispersing RF that may be radiating from within the cable.
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TRØN is terminated with a precision 75 Ohm BNC and provided with XOX 75 Ohm BNC to RCA adapters.