|Warranty length||2 years standard (5 years on registration)|
|Connectors||RCA to RCA|
|Product Award||What HiFi Award 5 Stars|
Conductors: Oxygen-free copper
Technology: Tuned ARAY
Gold Plating: Unique direct
Shielding: Fully floating high-density
Strain Relief: Ultra reliable moulded
RCA to RCA: in 1m & 0.5m lengths
Chord C-Line RCA is a game-changing, entry-level interconnect cable that introduces proprietary ARAY techniques at a very affordable price.
Chord believes the new C-line is the most technically advanced cable at its price point and beyond. The Chord Company's Tuned ARAY technology was originally designed for its flagship Sarum cable range and this technology is incorporated in the C-line interconnect.
Tuned ARAY technology is able to produce greater levels of transparency, detail, coherence and musical involvement. The C-line interconnect feature oxygen-free copper conductors with high-performance shielding, along with durable over-moulded strain-relief for the plug terminations.
- Pseudo-balanced Oxygen free copper conductors
- ARAY technology
- Unique direct gold-plating technology
- Fully floating high density shielding
- Ultra reliable over-moulded strain relief
- Available RCA to RCA in 1m and 0.5m lengths
'Best analogue interconnect 2016' (What H-Fi Awards 2016)
'In terms of overall enjoyment, little at this price comes close to what the C-line can do for your system. For; Helps tie instruments together, aids dynamics and musicality.' (What H-Fi Magazine October 2015)
'We liked the... detail and size of the soundstage when plugged into our reference system, and that positivity hasn’t waned over the last 12 months. Yet, as is its signature, Chord has created a product that doesn’t ignore those things but places its main emphasis on the character of your music.' (What H-Fi Magazine October 2015)
'This is Chord displaying once again an understanding of what makes hi-fi great, with an entry-level interconnect that never loses sight of what matters; the musicality of your system.' (What H-Fi Magazine October 2015)