Less Cable Equals More Music
Just like your speaker cables, the wires that hook your CD player to your amp (the interconnects) can make as much or more difference than your speakers. People suffer a culture shock when they first see the weird, cellophane-like sleeve wrapped around our two thin
ribbon wires. But the fact that our wire is forty times thinner than conventional wire and has 100 times less plastic is precisely why so much more music comes through. You hear more bass, more treble, more quiet details, more slam on the attacks—just those things that make music more exciting, more emotionally gripping.
The New Clearview RCA Plug:
Ron and I were quite proud of our old RCA plug design; after all, they sounded better than the $50 boutique plugs: WBT, Cardas, Eichmann, etc. But then we decided to build and test an all-out minimalist design: really thin-walled,
unplated brass tubing of special alloy, an even thinner walled hollow center pin, a neverbefore-used organic dielectric, and, of course, solderless connections. The superiority of our new design was inexplicable! The bass difference was incredible and the treble improvement was equally dramatic.
Our new plug may look a bit crude, but after one listen we think you'll forgive its aesthetics. You’ll never want to hear another audio jewelry RCA plug.