Music lover or gearhead, occasionally you must wonder whether your speakers sound good enough. In truth, you ought to be just as concerned about your audio cables. We’ve heard $2000 speakers with off-the-rack wires that sounded worse than little $100 Radio Shacks with good
cables. Twenty years of striving to make perfect-sounding recordings has taught us that WIRE IS A COMPONENT JUST AS CRUCIAL AS SPEAKERS OR AMPS.
Our first eye-opener came in the early ’80s. Pierre was still an amateur, recording in small D.C. jazz clubs. Keen to capture better sound, one night Pierre tried swapping his generic mike cables for slender, Teflon-coated wires. He became a believer on the spot. Soon Pierre hooked up with Ron Bauman of inSound and they’ve put more than twenty years of meticulous, documented experiments questioning every sacred cow of wire design. They’ve tested literally thousands of variations on wire alloy,
shape, and insulation. The resulting audio cable designs are an essential part of the remarkably lifelike sound of Mapleshade CDs.
The impact of our audio cables on home stereos is equally jaw-dropping. Our unconstrained research has led to cable designs that are unconventional, some downright weird. But we guarantee they sound better than anything you can buy off-the-rack to hook up your CD player or your receiver or your speakers.
Even if you’re an experienced audiophile with famous make $5000 wires, our Clearview cables will be a soul-satisfying upgrade. And you can sell your old high dollar wires on eBay and put cash in your pocket. Lots of our audiophile customers do.
Skeptical? That’s precisely why Mapleshade offers a 30-day, virtually unconditional guarantee. If you don’t like ’em, you get your money back. We are that confident.