Oxygen-Free copper wires made by the Dip-Forming process are used for these cables to transmit pure audio signals without signal degradation.
Additionally, since these cable have shield structures wound with magnesium alloy foil, they have abilities to absorb vibration and shield electromagnetic waves.
The Fabric of the outermost shell of the speaker cable is knitted from 0.25 mm PET (polyethylene terephthalate) monofilament yarn and that of the inter cable is knitted from 0.28mm partially fluorinated semi-crystalline polymer (ECTFE ) monofilament yarn.
Both fabric can release the cable from the mechanical stresses coming from the installed environment and support pure signal transmission.
A：Exterior braid knitted from 0.28mm partially fluorinated semi-crystalline polymer (ECTFE ) monofilament yarn
B：Magnesium alloy filter
C：CNEUTRIK NC3FXX connector
D：Mg Shield for each conductor shield structure
E：DF-OFC Extra fine stranded wire