Black Cat Cable has launched their Lupino cable, a word which means “Little Wolf” in Italian, as a trickled-down version of their “Lupo” interconnect.

Lupo is made from 2 x 99.999% pure, annealed silver conductors in a 0.25” diameter air-teflon tube, and is terminated with Lovecraft Reference RCAs whereas Lupino is a single 99.999% pure, annealed silver conductor in a 0.15” diameter air-teflon tube, and is terminated with Lovecraft Mini RCAs.

A 1 metre pair of Lupino retails for $399.95 (and is also available in 0.5m sets for $274.95/set).

 

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