AudienceAu24usedAudience Au24 interconnects 1 meter RCA pairRelisted after buyer did not pay. New lower price! 1 Meter pair of original Audience Au24 interconnects in excellent condition. These flexible, small diameter cables are quiet, pure sounding, low...200.00

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Relisted after buyer did not pay. New lower price!  1 Meter pair of original Audience Au24 interconnects in excellent condition.  These flexible, small diameter cables are quiet, pure sounding, low distortion cables that just make music.

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Excerpts From Wes Phillips review: "Audience’s literature assures us that “the Au24 cables are constructed of Ohno continuous-cast single-crystal copper conductors with polypropylene insulation and cross-linked polyethylene jacket material.

In 1986, the Ohno Continuous Casting (OCC) process was developed by Professor Ohno of the Chiba Institute of Technology in Japan. T h e process has been patented as the Ultra Pure Copper by Ohno Continuous Casting Process (UP-OCC). Furutech has a picture of the machine that produces what it calls “single crystallized copper” through a process involving heated-mold continuous casting. That machine turns out small rods of OCC pure copper, from which wire can be drawn with copper grains over 700’ long.

“This is the key electrical characteristic for good time response. Eddycurrents are created by the magnetic field found around a cable when an electrical signal is present. This magnetic field builds up and collapses as the signal varies. When the field collapses it induces an opposing voltage back into the cable. This opposing voltage causes eddy-currents in the conductor. If they could be seen, eddy-currents would look like swirling water in a river. This late arriving, opposing voltage disrupts the original signal by inducing a time-smearing artifact.” That doesn’t mean that Audience ignores the effects of capacitance or inductance, however. In order to properly balance sound reproduction, the company claims, inductive and capacitive values should be minimized, while optimizing the ratio of inductance to capacitance (L:C). However, Audience observes, “by designing for the lowest possible eddy-current resistance at the correct specific frequency, proper L:C ratio is naturally arrived at and both of these properties are minimized.”