Supra DAC - A lightning-fast interconnect cable with no brakes
Supra DAC is a really rapid response interconnect thanks to its extremely low capacitance. In accordance with our design philosophy, the inductance must be low for a loudspeaker cable whereas for a signal interconnect the capacitance must be kept to a minimum. Supra DAC is insulated with a special PE plastic which exhibits only 45 pF/m. Further it is foamed and encloses a lot of the cheapest, yet most efficient insulation; Air. More correctly insulation should be denominated dielectricum according to the physical laws, where there actually does not exist anything called insulation. Every substance, gas, fluid or solid, exhibits electrical properties, where the trick is to find and choose the most benign. Air is easily available, cheap and shows very good dielectrical properties compared to its price. When the PE is foamed, the residual amount of PE becomes like a sponge, hence further reducing its electrical influence on the fragile music signal. The enclosed air becomes the major dielectricum and results in an electrical locomotion without brakes; full dynamics, response time and 3D sound stage, you simply will not come any closer to the real live experience. Further it is shielded with our very efficient and strong semi-conductive nylon ribbon, keeping all malicious noise out.
The velocity factor of SUPRA DAC is as high as 78% of the speed of light. With the PTFE/Teflon, often used among our competitors, it would have been only 71%.
Supra DAC-X - Analogue Interconnect.
The above Supra DAC cabel provided with our RCA connectors Supra PPX an all metal 24K goldplated RFI tight connector. Best applied between CD player, DAC (Digital to Analogue Converter), pre-amplifier and power amplifier.
|Cross section area||0.54 / 20||mm2 / AWG|
|Number of strands per lead||19||pieces|
|Conductor material||Oxygen free 5N copper|
|Insulation||PE Foam (air filled)|
|Screen Coverage||100% semi-conductive nylon|
|Jacket||Heat & age resistant PVC|
|Velocity factor||0.78||x C (speed of light)|