Black Speaker Cable
Tellurium Q Black was our first cable and we knew we were on to something special when we took the prototypes to various dealers for their comments and input. One, in particular, would not believe that it could match his somewhat thicker more expensive cable that was in his demonstration system.
We sat down and listened to some of his familiar music tracks. Then we swapped the cable for Tellurium Black. He sat forward, looked at us and quite seriously asked what else we had done to his system while we were changing the cables over. It was only when he swapped the cables himself a couple of times did he believe the evidence of his ears.
Available with Banana or Spade connectors
All Tellurium Q Speaker cables can be Bi-wired.
The rationale behind the Tellurium Q range is a belief that the preservation of the phase relationship in a musical signal is the most important element. That differs from the majority of cable manufacturers out there, but chimes very well with my own experience. I’ve begun to think that phase coherence is not only important (and often neglected) but is in many ways fundamental to a properly musical performance. Phase coherence isn’t simply a matter of making sure all the red plugs go to the red sockets and so-on, either, but if the high frequencies in a musical signal are phase-shifted relative to the lows, the resultant sound will be smeared and musicality will suffer.