We reviewed the Tellurium Q Ultra Black speaker cables a good while ago and so when we were TQ_Ultrablac_rca_recasked to take a listen to the company’s matching interconnects we thought it would be a great idea.

The first impression I had of the UB (Ultra Black) was how strong and focused the central focus was, how projected the vocals were and how clean the midrange was as a whole.

Bass notes are very full, a tad dry and with a great amount of weight. Bass extension rolls out separately to the punch, a beat can be heard and before you think “is that it” all of a sudden a rolling wave of extension spreads out across the room.

Read Danny Worth’s full review of the Tellurium Q Ultra Black Interconnects.

 

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