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Ecosse Conductor MKIII RCA Interconnects

 

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One of the most acclaimed mid-priced interconnects of all time which has garnered numerous awards globally including 'What HiFi? Interconnect of the Year'

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Features

Warranty length 10 Years
Connectors RCA to RCA
Brand Misc Clearance

Tech Specs

- Conductors: Award-winning UHP-OFC
- Dual close-lapped UHP-OFC braids
- Rope-lay woven signal conductors
- Superior UL loss Low-Density
- Foamed Polyethylene dielectric
- 8.5mm o/d LDPVC sheath
- vibration-absorbing low density

Product Description

Ecosse Conductor MKIII interconnect is screened with a double close-lapped braid of Ultra Hi-Purity (UHP) oxygen free copper and is terminated with unique, constant impedance, non-compressing, double-screened MACH1 RCA plugs with gold-plated copper conductors.

This double braiding ensures maximum coverage from 'noise' ingress. This overlapping double braid increases the random closing of gaps and greatly reduces signal 'leakage', as it also improves the 'ground', thus preventing ‘current flow’ which can be detrimental to the signal.

Construction

A unique feature to Ecosse's mid-priced interconnect is the recent introduction of a 'sandwich' dielectric of superior low-loss Polyethylene in addition to its ultra-low-loss Increased-Air (best earth-bound dielectric) Gas-Foamed Polyethylene (FPE) Dielectric. A softer low-density PVC jacket affords greater immunity to microphony. The pin joints throughout utilise Ecosse's new, improved low resistance, high strength Super-solder which is an ultra high purity silver and tin alloy solid wire used in conjunction with unique, passive organic flux. Together these ensure a joint with ultra-low chemical contaminants and very high strength.

Performance

With these improvements to the cable construction and with the resistance interface and RFI/EMI/ESI noise and distortion significantly reduced, you will perceive more information, even greater dynamics and more solid soundstaging - bringing you ever closer to the music as the artist intended it to be heard.

Ecosse Conductor MKIII RCA Interconnects

The Conductor MKIII now offers faster, smoother, even fuller audio transmission. At a price that suits most systems, this may well be the most versatile interconnect available. It is Ecosse’s most popular interconnect cable and an established world-favourite with dealers and customers alike.

Compatibility

CS2.3 or CS4.2 bi-wire loudSpeaker cable compliments 'Conductor MKIII' particularly well. Better still try new ES2.23 Ultrafine stranded 'speaker', the price-per-performance ratio will astonish.

Ecosse Advantage

Ecosse is the only company in the world offering non-compressing copper RCA plugs on inexpensive premier/premier+ analogue, digital and video interconnects. To maintain continuity and optimum conductivity, their contact points are made from OFC copper same as the conductor wire itself.

Termination

Both centre pin and the return conjugate bracket designed to form a 'Faraday Cage', terminals or shells are direct gold hard-plated. The plug casing is precision machined from highest quality copper alloy and is deep-plated. This thick casing offers further shielding effectively a second 'Faraday Cage' and reduces the ingress and radiation of EMI, ESI and RFI 'noise' to virtually zero. The interface of shells and casing results in high mechanical impedance, dissipated energy and microphonic effects being rendered negligible.

Press Reviews

  • "Award-winning cable that's still good but it's no longer the class-leader it was. Give The Conductor something complicated like Buddy Rich's The Beat Goes On and it digs up a crisply detailed sound, with a well-integrated midrange and bass. It's a touch heavy on the top end though, with treble verging on the strident, while it lacks some drive next to its near rivals. It's a good cable, but falls short of greatness." (What Hi-Fi Magazine Awards October 2013)

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