Part-Time Audiophile’s in-depth assessment extols the accumulative benefits of our system-wide Grun Earthing System as integrated with our Eos 4.0 and Mavros cables, concluding “Separately, these products all work. Together they are formidable.”
Stereonet finds our Element Achromatic interconnect worthy of an ‘Applause Award,’ concluding “…most cables I've heard at twice the price still don't usefully improve on it.”
HiFi+ auditions our latest Element interconnect, stating “This lack of artifice makes a good change from any number of alternative cables that seem determined to make an overt mark on the sound of a system.”
HiFi World listens to our entry-level cable. Conclusion: “A fantastic showing for its asking price, the Atlas Element Achromatic does not disgrace itself – even when partnered with some exotic equipment.”
HiFi Choice evaluates our latest bi-wire version of Hyper 3.5, commenting: “The Hyper Achromatic Z does a fantastic job of conveying all the subtle nuances of both instruments.”
HiFi Choice continues the run of extremely positive reviews for the new Achromatic ranges, concluding: “The Element Achromatic RCA is superb value for money and is very much to be recommended.”
The Ear samples a selection from the new Achromatic ranges, concluding: “Be sure to try and hear them before you hand over your money for anything else.”
HiFi World get to grips with the first of the Ailsa range, concluding: “A mid-range cable that can take you just that little bit closer to the music.”
HiFi & Music Source listen to the bi-wire version of our ‘next generation’ Hyper Achromatic Speaker Z-plug cables, commenting “the updated Hyper speaker cable range represents a significant stride forward.”
HiFi & Music Source briefing on Achromatic, now standard on our Element, Equator, and Hyper cable families, as well as the first of the brand-new Ailsa range.
“The realism is impressive while the musicality is quite gripping.”
“…provides music that is consistently sophisticated and so represents excellent value….”
Paul Miller writing “I have described the influence of Atlas’s Equator XLR interconnects as one of remedy, a very subtle emollient that trades crystalline, forensic insight for a sound that is both forgiving and musically compelling.”
HiFi & Music Source take an open-minded approach to the influence of our streaming cables in Ethernet-based systems.
Dutch magazine Music Emotion assess our Equator, Hyper and Mavros cables, concluding “it became clear that a network cable does indeed affect the performance of an audio set.”
A guide to unlocking the potential performance of your system from Renaissens, our long-term French distributor.
(Open the page in Google Chrome for translation options if your schoolboy French is a little rusty).
Since each of our cables is hand-built by one individual anyway, we can build and test as normal while keeping our team safe.
“Overall this is a fabulous sound, and it is a privilege for me to listen to this set-up.”