LAN-1.0 Triple C newly introduces PC-Triple C for the conductor, LAN plug is made of Telegardner with the highest quality and quality at present, and the insulating material is fluoropolymer which has excellent relative permittivity and realizes ultra-high transmission speed. The resin and shield are made of copper foil, which has the best shielding characteristics in the audio band and does not generate sound-sounding characters, and a carbon CSF tube that prevents the generation of static electricity and provides a double-shielding effect is attached to the outermost circumference. , It is a LAN cable that can be called a true audio grade.
The high sound quality of LAN cables includes all elements such as cable conductor material and insulating material with excellent conduction characteristics, prevention of buffering between conductors, high shielding characteristics, and plugs with excellent shielding characteristics without contact loss. It will be realized by fusing at a high level. It is no exaggeration to say that only LAN-1.0 Triple C currently has all of these elements.
Uses PC-Triple C
Adopted the dream new conductor PC-Triple C by the forging method developed as the world's first dedicated audio conductor.
R-AL1 uses Teflon as the insulating material
Cable insulation affects transmission characteristics more than conductors. The performance of the insulating material is determined by the relative permittivity. The relative permittivity is a value that represents the force that obstructs the flow of electricity, and the smaller this value, the weaker the force that obstructs the flow of electricity, and the faster the transmission speed.
L General LAN cables use PVC (PVC) or PE (polyethylene) as the insulating material, but ACOUSTIC REVIVE uses Teflon (fluororesin) as the insulating material. The relative permittivity is 5.6 for PVC and 2.4 for PE, but Teflon is 2.1, achieving overwhelming transmission speed.
R-AL1 uses shields and sheaths that are advantageous in terms of sound quality and transmission characteristics.
Most general LAN cables use aluminum foil for the shield and PVC (vinyl chloride) for the sheath. Although aluminum foil is strong against high-frequency noise, it has a weakness against noise in the relatively low frequency band, which is the audio band, and has the disadvantage that it is easy to get into the habit of sound quality.
In addition, when PVC is used for the sheath, not only the transmission speed drops due to the poor relative permittivity, but also the transmission characteristics and sound quality deteriorate due to the generation of static electricity due to the poor charge rate. ACOUSTIC REVIVE uses copper foil for the shield to prevent noise that affects the audio band from jumping in and achieves habit-free sound quality. Furthermore, the sheath uses tourmaline-impregnated PE (polyethylene), which has an excellent relative permittivity, and achieves an antistatic effect while ensuring high transmission speed.