The Performance Connection

Our latest generation cables are assembled by hand in Scotland, with ‘cold-weld’ (solder-free) terminations and low-mass, high-bandwidth connectors, minimising signal loss and susceptibility to interference, ultimately giving you the performance of which your equipment is capable.

atlas product matrix

Atlas Product Matrix

An ‘at a glance’ overview of our main product families.

Asimi Luxe
Product Information/Type Analogue Interconnects Digital Interconnects Speaker USB Streaming HDMI
Summary Description Awards RCA XLR DIN TT/TA Sub RCA BNC AES-EBU Toslink Spkr Bi-Wire Audio Audio Video

Essential first upgrade cable.

A stereo interconnect with a neutral, relaxing sound, proven to be an excellent foundation for further system improvements.

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Improves the performance of an affordable system.

Sophisticated involving sound and exceptional value for money.

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Maximum fidelity at a reasonable price.

A high level of transparency for detailed listening.

hfn outstanding hfn commended hfc recommended hfw 5 globes

A first step towards true ‘high-end’ sound.

Maximises performance in high resolution audio systems.

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No compromise performance.

‘High end’ performance , accurate, open, detailed and natural.

hifiplus generic hfw 5 globes hfn-editors choice hfc recommended

Our ultimate statement – approaching perfection.

Complete transparency – delivers the ambiance and feel of the ‘live’ performance.

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Also available : Eos Power Management Cables & Mains Distribution Block, Zeno Headphone Cables and Metik Personal Audio Cables.

It’s hard not to be seriously impressed with Atlas’ Asimi and Mavros pairing. These are two of the very, very best. Plus it’s good to find a truly UK high-end offering. Atlas is definitely on the high-end map!

the performance connection