As basis conductive material chemically high-purity and oxygen free copper is selected and used. The complex wiring system consisting of a total of 36 signal conductors and thus 684 individual strands with a total cross section of 15 mm ² and 10 specially arranged air pipes has a total diameter of 26 mm.
SC-6 AIR Silver Speaker cable by the meter
The SC-6 AIR Silver speaker cable has 6 Main Conductors, paired off to the 3 frequency passes treble, middle and low frequencies for all conceivable applications as single-wire, bi-wire, bi-amping and tri-wire.
Each of the six Main Conductors is divided further into six sub-conductors, which are arranged in a circle around one air pipe. A sub-conductor consists of 19 strands where silver plating allows for the treble range, clear, detailed, and brilliant highs. Tinned strands are used for the midrange for true to detail and precise transfer. Bare copper wires are implemented for punchy and clear bass.
By splitting the Sub-Conductors in a circle of ordered 6-bundles, very low capacity of about 98 pF/m can be achieved, which are a prerequisite for the complete and rapid signal transmission and avoid the intermediate storage of charge in the cable itself.
A soft banding and a flexible satin mat sheath protect the entire cable system.
The SC-6 AIR Silver speaker cable, thanks to a nearly loss-free transmission of audio signals, delivers an impressive sound, even over long distances. The fine-tuning of the individual frequency ranges promises a natural and life like music reproduction with fine sense of every detail. The breakdown of the individual frequency channels ensures brilliant, sharply defined and illustrated in impressive tones music elements. The free and airy overall image will provide an opulent space.
The SC-6 single-wire speaker cables are manufactured with ViaBlue T6s pin (banana) plugs. As an option, the contacts can be replaced with cable shoe contacts or flexible pins contacts by unscrewing.
The SC-6 AIR silver speaker cables are braided with the ViaBlue Cobra protective sleeve that shows visually, at first glance, the dynamics of the high-end speaker cable. The cables with ViaBlue splitters are typically used to protect the cable ends from snapping off and, at the same time, offer a professional, well thought out cable routing of the single leads.