Up for sale are a pair of mint trade-in 1.0M (also available in 2.0M length XLR) Lotus MK3 XLR interconnects. The Lotus MK3 interconnects precede the Lotus AE15 but succeeds the Lotus Type SE, They feature 15 awg solid core conductors plus DD’s MLIS and UMLS technologies. These special ICs are incredibly open, detailed, textural, powerful and natural sounding.
The Lotus series interconnects deliver an ultra-clear and natural sound that is unmatched in its price range. See Stereo Times full review on the DD site for more info. Below are some comments from Stereotimes’ Russell Licther’s recent rave review of the Lotus Type SE series cables: “The Dynamic Design cables are immensely satisfying in their presentation of this music, very neutral, with an amazing amount of detailed ambient retrieval. Indeed, I have rarely heard such a convincing image and soundstage. The opening strings in the Allegro of Concerto No. 20 are simply beautiful, naturally and effortlessly arrayed across the stage with the clear sense of depth and physicality. As well the opening notes of the Andante are almost vanishingly delicate yet harmonically and dynamically rich. Altogether a lovely presentation.” “I’ve heard this CD through the numerous changes in my stereo, but I’ve never heard anything quite like this, quite this present, this pure, this spacious. And with that strong impression of tonal neutrality. There is a relaxed quality to the sound—like putting on a comfortable shirt—an indefinable something washing over the senses like a gentle wave, a lucid sense of reality. I’ve simply never enjoyed this album more, or felt more excitement in it’s presentation.” “With the Dynamic Design cables there is a limpid purity to the sound, a clarity and articulation that are utterly captivating. Not only is the position of the piano correct and precise, but there is a flood of ambient and mechanical detail. Nojima’s breathtaking and nuanced precision, Ravel’s magical and lush evocations have never sounded quite this good.” “It is very nicely engineered recording, and through the Dynamic Design cables there is a wonderful dimensionality and spaciousness to the sound. The venue is very live and exciting. I don’t know that I’ve heard a more realistic presentation of a piano and orchestra.” “In the months they (Lotus cables) have been in the stereo I have been partaking of an auditory feast. ...I have found them to be a convincing source of musical pleasure and among the very best I’ve heard. For anyone in the cable market, I unhesitatingly urge an audition of these beauties from Dynamic Design.”
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