Audio MetallurgyAG-0 XLR INTERCONNECTSusedAudio Metallurgy AG-0 XLR INTERCONNECTSPair of Audio Metallurgy AG-0 XLR Interconnects. These are the silver version. They are 48 inches in length. AES-EBU XLR. From the manufacturer: This cable starts with 2 single runs (3 for the ba...100.00

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Pair of Audio Metallurgy AG-0 XLR Interconnects.  These are the silver version. They are 48 inches in length. AES-EBU XLR. From the manufacturer:

This cable starts with 2 single runs (3 for the balanced version) of our silver plated OFHC copper wire, sandwiched between 2 identical, flexible, medium strength magnets! There is no insulation of any kind on either run, and nothing seperating them but air. The only contact made with the wires is a small amount of adhesive holding the wires in place during assembly and a small cross section of the magnets. This is a very complex design that requires no batteries, capacitors or resistors to achieve a perfect signal flow. As the current passes through the signal wires in the middle of the magnets, it creates it's own electrical magnetic field surrounding the wires transferring the signal. This field is the perfect shield that really has almost no interaction with the signal (not true with active...think batteries...shield). 

We have had an incredible response to our GA-0 interconnects. This is our newest version for those of you who like silver.

Here is what one of our satisfied customers had to say about his Ag-0 cable in a test against his GA-0 cables "I have my original GA-0 on one input, and the new AG-0 on another input on my integrated amp. Via remote, the inputs virtuallly switch in a nano second. Its so fast, your brain cannot pick it up! My CD player has 2 sets of analog outputs that made it just perfect for comparing the two cables. I've listened to both of the cables for many hours. While A/B testing, you can clearly hear that both cables have identical characteristics and the differences you hear are strictly the differences in the wire itself. Up until now, the GA-0 was my favorite cable. After much listening, the AG-0 is now my new favorite! This is what I have concluded. The AG-0 is a bit more resolute, clearer, and my favorite attribute is that its much more transparent. Its truly another great cable.".