How do you build a good cable? By making it sound as little as possible. Sounds paradoxical at first, but it is exactly what we want to achieve. Because many cables produce a sound that is supposed to compensate for the sound of the system. But such compensation can never work properly. "Minus" times "minus" gives "plus" in mathematics, but certainly not in music. It is simply impossible to transform a colouration or an intrinsic sonic “footprint” in component A back to natural sound by means of a complementary intrinsic sonic footprint in component B. At best, the colouration or intrinsic sound in component A will be compensated such that it is masked somewhat, which will not satisfy the listener in the long run. The price that has to be paid for this masking effect is less information, less immediacy, less naturalness in favour of a superficially more pleasant sound.
Although common practice, this is similar to trying to save a soup that is too salty with sugar. Everyone knows that this is impossible; at best, you can dilute the soup. Since we want to bring neither bland nor oversalted soup to the ears, we have been working for 30 years on the physical effects that influence the sound of cables. We develop solutions that eliminate precisely these undesirable sound effects.
For example, we have developed CRC technology, which consistently eliminates the effects of mechanical vibrations in the cable on the music signal. We have examined countless dielectrics with regard to their mechanical and electrical properties. We have tested, mixed and alloyed conductor materials, compared strand arrangements and cable constructions. Always with the aim of making our cables even more permeable, to make them sound less, and thus to make the music sound all the more natural and moving.
See for yourself what Musicable CRC can do in a good music system.
Überzeugen Sie sich selbst, was Musicable CRC in einer guten Musikanlage zu leisten vermag.