Tellurium Q, UK manufacturer of audio cables, has announced a brand new digital RCA cable to compliment the ongoing development across its range of interconnects, speaker and digital cables.Tellurium_q_waveform_2_digital_interconnect

“The new Ultra Silver Waveform II digital RCA from Tellurium Q steps beyond the technology of the original Waveform and significantly improves on the acclaimed performance of the first versions with an even cleaner signal path” says the company’s recent press release.

The company say the circuitry in the Waveform II has been refined, developed and radically reworked to give an even purer signal path than before, stressing that a digital signal in a cable is an analogue, electrical pulse not a 1 or 0 stream.

The press release continues “The overall improvements bring you differentiated transparency and incredible transient reproduction, giving the most natural sounding Digital RCA so far”.

The Ultra Silver Waveform II is a direct replacement and upgrade to the Graphite Waveform DRCA.

Available now the new cable will cost £740 for 1m.

 

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