The legendary name of Franco Serblin will stir the hearts of many audiophiles who have used his speakers at one time or other. Franco sold the speaker company he built and many of us though he would quit the high end business and enjoy his retirement (if I am not wrong, he is in his seventies). However, like many talented audio designers, there is always so much to be done. In his last speaker design, he experimented with some new cables developed by a company called Laboratorium that were using space age alloys, the results was such a drastic improvement over the high quality cables used previously that he was fascinated enough to keep working to perfect the use of this material.
Using the science of metallurgy, Franco and Laboratorium worked to further develop this cable material. The result is Yter cables – using a pure silver and palladium alloy, cold extruded and mechanical weld with connectors. No heat is applied after the alloy has been fused hence no solder is used. This new cable design has all the ideal properties for conduction of audio signal. In Franco’s words – ‘metallurgical coherence in the path from the source to the speaker drivers.
Yter cables are available as interconnects, balanced interconnects, speaker cables and power cords. Are they the world’s best cables? Perhaps not, but it is definitely amongst the best cables available at any price.
These are Near Mint having been found to be too short for my situation 4M is approx 13.1 Linear Feet pair and never hooked into place please see Attached Files. There is complex Debate on the Virtues of this Cabling in the Audiogon Forums also Reviews on the Yter Site.
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