Hifi Pig ran a news item back in January about a new technology from Tellurium Q which they were using in their Board HFPWaveform semi-active digital RCAs. You can read the full news item here but in a nutshell the cable contains a “bi-directional, high speed, non-avalanching voltage clamp” housed on a pair of small circuit boards.

Such has been the success of this technology in Tellurium Q’s own cables that they have decided to open it up and make it available for other companies to use under license in their own DACs and amplifiers.

 

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