Our entry into the field of ‘high-end’ vinyl replay. These new OCC cables are based on our highly successful Mavros interconnects.
Plus a number of manufacturers were using Atlas products in their demonstration systems, including Dynaudio, Linn and PMC.
“While the Asimi cables are excellent, they are truly transformed in sonic terms when the Grun (ground) cables are added.”
The HFP team also encountered a surprise or two on the day: “…once again on a cable demonstration it was the digital cables that we perceived as having the biggest overall effect.”
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Their conclusion: “The Atlas Asimis are expensive but they are superbly constructed and, most importantly, have a gravitas few others can match. They impose little of their own character on the system and allow the music to flow freely.”
A new entry-level power cable, replacing our well-reviewed Eos. As the name suggests, this new product gains the dd (dual drain) screening system used in our more expensive cables.
Our first ‘high-end’ USB cable, featuring the Grun Coherent Earthing System. Also available with Luxe leather finish.
We’ll be featuring a number of additional videos in the coming months.
The highly regarded Hugo TT2 DAC from Chord Electronics has the unusual ability to drive a pair of loudspeakers, making for an extremely compact high-performance system.
High-performance portable DAcs are an increasingly popular market sector. The USB ‘micro’ vesrion of our popular Element series is the latest addition to our range of analogue and digital cables for portable devices.
Their verdict: “These nicely built speaker cables are an easy and affordable way to boost your system’s performance.”
Paul Miller concluding “So while the Asimi Luxe Grun is no panacea, it certainly has the capacity to make the best sound even more insightful.”
“…These interconnects transmit consistently sophisticated music and represent excellent value for money.”
HiFi News are impressed with the new generation Ascent speaker cable, concluding “…as an upgrade into the realm of top-end cables, Ascent makes a very convincing case for itself.”