Chord Company has continued the roll-out of its new XLPE- technology speaker cables, with the introduction of the new EpicX, which replaces the original PTFE-based Epic and expands the offerings in the company’s midrange Epic line.

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Following the launch of the Kimber Kable 40th anniversary Carbon interconnect cable, Russ Andrews is bringing the Carbon 8 and Carbon 16 loudspeaker cables to the UK audiophile market.

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Tellurium Q Ultra Black II Speaker Cable is the latest incarnation of this British company’s Ultra Black cable and costs £310 per metre. Ian Ringstead plumbs it into his system for Hifi Pig. 

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David Robson takes a listen to Black Cat’s Coppertone speaker cables and matching RCAs costing £276 for a three metre pair and £159 for a one metre pair respectively. Will David be the Cat that got the cream from this relatively budget offering? 

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British cable manufacturer, Black Rhodium, Polka Classic has been developed from the Foxtrot / Quickstep / Waltz series of cables, just as the original Polka, but with a different approach. Whereas the original Polka had a much larger cable area, Black Rhodium say that the Polka Classic “has been designed especially for classical music with a lesser influence on conductor size and greater emphasis on conductor and material quality”.

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Stereolab, LLC (Black Cat Cable) has announced the formation of their ACME subdivision and their first product, the Å19 cable.

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The Chord Company has launched SignatureXL, the latest evolution of a classic Chord speaker cable and one that introduces modern technology plus the new silver-plated ChordOhmic plugs. More »

TAGA Harmony have launched a new edition to their line of accessories: Premium Quality Banana Plugs TCB-008. More »

TCI Cables have been manufactured at their base in Lisburn, Northern Ireland for over 20 years. Their first product, TCI Cobra, was originally designed in 1993 and although refined over the years, remains largely true to its original design. More »

For more than 30 years, TARA Labs has been manufacturing audio cables in Oregon, USA. They now are releasing their Apollo Extreme series which includes an interconnect and speaker cables, which are available in both stereo and bi-wire models.                                   More »

Hifi Pig review of the latest cable from innovative UK company Wire On Wire. This time it is their 660 speaker cable that has, to say the least, an interesting, and configurable, geometry. Contains a video of the owner of Wire On Wire explaining the concept behind his cables.  More »

Tellurium Q got in touch to tell us about their new Statement Level cables. Geoff Merrigan of Tellurium Q says that he is often asked what do they do that makes their cables perform so well? More »

Tellurium Q’s Black speaker cable instantly won fans around the world when it was launched, but now they’ve improved it. Ian Ringstead takes a listen to this £54 a metre loudspeaker cable. More »

British cable manufacturer Tellurium Q got in touch to let us know why they have upgraded their Black speaker cable to the new Black II. More »

The Chord Company has launched Sarum T, a new cable range that directly benefits from Chord’s proprietary Taylon® insulation, which to date, has been the preserve of its flagship ChordMusic range. More »

As a French player in high fidelity for more than 35 years, Triangle has introduced a new collection of cables, which they say is “dedicated to optimising the performance of the loudspeakers, while guaranteeing the emblematic Triangle sound characteristics of extraordinary openness and dynamics. All LeCable products provide an excellent conductivity, ensuring a perfect and balanced transmission”. More »

Tellurium Q make a wide range of speaker cables, interconnects and other audio cables at prices to suit most pockets. Here Stuart and Linette Smith take a listen to their range topping Silver Diamond speaker cables and interconnects.  More »

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