Truth III Phono Cable 1.5M
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Harmonic Technology’s Truth III Phono cable (OCC Single Crystal Copper Phono cable) is a state-of-the-art, dedicated interconnect cable for use with the finest cartridges and turntables. It is considered a top-of-the-line reference phono interconnect that is able to transmit low signal levels with high resolution, without the loss of detail. Available with our RCA-RCA plugs only, it was designed to provide the highest level of transparency and harmonic richness possible from your analog system.
Harmonic Technology has engineered the Copper Phono cable with our proprietary Twin-Shield design and quad conductors of metal filaments. By utilizing two different shields (a braided shield with grounding pigtails and one aluminum Mylar shield adjacent to the conductors), the noise floor is vastly improved. The quad conductors and two OCC Single Crystal copper improve bass impact and liquidity.
The Crystal Copper phono cable will transform the sound of your system and convey a complete sonic tapestry. It delivers a vast increase in clarity and transparency, combined with deeper, tighter bass and liquid highs. The harmonic richness in the vital midrange will sound as if you were at a live concert.
Transmit low signal levels with high resolution, without the loss of detail. Available with our RCA-RCA plugs only, it was designed to provide the highest level of transparency and harmonic richness possible from your analog system.
There was no such striking change between the Goertz Silver TQ2 (Triode Quartz 2) and the HT Truth-Link Silver, the swap I made for my 100Hz-and-up amps’ interconnects. Between these two, the mid-range was about the same, but the Truth-Links seemed a noticeable tad or two brighter in the 3kHz to 9kHz range. (Now remember, this is a subjective report, albeit an educated one.) Cymbals JUMPED out of the speakers. Rock and jazz had an UP FRONT immediacy that such music demands. On classical music, alas, there was just too much high frequency emphasis coming off the violins. Being foremost a classical music lover I sought a less frontal interconnect.
I spoke to Jim Wang again, and he volunteered to send me some unspecified stuff to remedy the situation. A short time later I had some of his Truth Link-Copper interconnects and a pair of Magic Tweeter Speaker Cable. Boy, oh boy. I didn’t expect the top of their line, but there it was. A beauty. And great sounding. This setup was more delicately balanced and made the solo violin sound much like a solo violin sounds in my local symphony hall (as best as I can remember, and I sit up close), with much less evident bowing and scraping. The woofers’ loudspeaker cables, HT Fantasy, with which I was pleased stayed the same. The “tweeter” cables, HT’s Magic “Tweeter” Speaker Cable, did bring at least a couple of units of magic to my rig. Not only were they cooler on violins, but everything seemed a tad more spacious, less artificially brilliant, more open, more natural, more truthful. When Johnny Hartman and John Coltrane began to sing and play “You are Too Beautiful” it was as if they were in the room with me, and I got goose-bumps.