AudioQuest - William Tell Silver Zero - Speaker Cables (Pair)
AudioQuest - William Tell Silver ZERO w/ DBS Carbon - Speaker Cables (Pair)
AudioQuest's William Tell Silver Zero speaker cables can be used in one of two ways: either employing the Zero model for Full-Range, or by using the Zero model in combination with a dedicated Bass cable, as a fully optimized Bi-Wire Combination cable. The William Tell Silver Zero speaker cables also feature AudioQuest's patented common-mode noise-rejection technology. These latest AudioQuest speaker cables significantly outperform previous technology at controlling and draining radio-frequency noise.
The William Tell Silver Zero speaker cables are Cold-Welded to AudioQuest’s extremely pure Red Copper Spades or Bananas. The bare copper is submerged in a vat of pure silver instead of being tumbled in a lower-grade solution. AudioQuest speaker breakouts and plug casings are not metal in order not to induce RF Noise into the conductors.
Solid conductors prevent electrical strand-to-strand interaction, major sources of distortion. Surface quality is critical because a conductor can be considered as a rail-guide for both the fields within a conductor, and for the magnetic fields that extend outside the conductor. The astonishingly smooth and pure Perfect-Surface Copper+ eliminates harshness and greatly increases clarity compared to OFHC, OCC, 8N, and other premium coppers. Extremely high-purity Perfect-Surface Silver further minimizes distortion caused by grain boundaries, which exist within any metal conductor.
Though a cable’s ground leads are integral to a component’s signal transmission, they also act as an antenna. Thus, they are subject to induced Radio-Frequency (RF) noise. RF noise is a parasitic signal that is typically coupled directly into a system’s most sensitive audio/video circuits. AudioQuest’s RF-on-ground Noise-Dissipation (RF/ND-Tech) greatly reduces resulting distortion and signal masking, yielding unprecedented levels of Noise-Dissipation across the widest bandwidth of radio frequencies possible. AudioQuest's unique circuit topology uses a common-mode phase-cancelling array, providing linear noise dissipation across the entire length of the cable.
Today’s environment is saturated with radio-frequency noise that is extremely difficult to filter or reject. The frequencies of this noise from satellites, cellular towers, and Bluetooth, etc., are so extremely narrow that a conventional shield, or a series or shunt filter, is wholly inadequate. Much of the low-level signal that carries the harmonics and spatial cues that define high-resolution audio is masked by induced radio-frequency noise. AudioQuest's comprehensive Linearized Noise-Dissipation System combines multiple shields and a carbon-based linearized resistive network that turns most of this noise into heat.
- 72v Dielectric-Bias System (DBS)
- Directionally-Controlled Conductors
- William Tell Cold-Welded Terminations
- Solid Perfect-Surface Silver (PSS) Conductors
- Solid Perfect-Surface Copper+ (PSC+) Conductors
- Carbon-Based Linearized Noise-Dissipation System (NDS)
- Limited, Lifetime Manufacturer's Warranty