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Atlas Ascent Ultra RCA Interconnects


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Upgrade the performance of your high-calibre audio system with this superbly high-resolution cable offering a wide bandwidth and brilliant resistance to radio frequency interference.

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Warranty length 5 years (on registration)
Brand Atlas Cables

Tech Specs

- Construction: Twin multicore plus screen
- Material: OCC
- Dielectric: PEF
- Screen: N/A
- Capacitance: 98.45 pF/m
- Inductance: 0.562 µH/m
- Resistance: 0.0288 Ohm/m
- VOP: 0.72
- Outside Diameter: 9

Product Description

Atlas Ascent Ultra RCA Interconnects is designed to enhance high-performance audio systems thanks to its wide bandwidth and high-resolution design. The design follows in the footsteps of the Asimi and Mavros ranges, sharing the model's cutting-edge technology.

Maximised Noise Resistance

The model utilises separate going and return conductors, along with a woven copper/Mylar screen. This works to maximise resistance to RFI (Radio Frequency Interference). Increased noise levels in a poorly shielded cable can lead to the loss of low level detail, so this model avoids this predicament.

Superb Connectors

Look out for two separate super pure OCC (Ohno Continuous Casting) copper conductors with a high-efficiency/low impedance, again with the aim of reducing noise. The cable is fitted with the brand's low-mass wide-bandwidth Ultra RCA connectors.

Press Reviews

  • 'That makes for a sound virtually unimpeded by the cables in detail-resolution terms, and shows just how much information (read: music) is lost when listening to your system through regular cables' (HiFi+ magazine)

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