Tellurium Q Ultra Black Speaker Cable 1.0m Pair - NEW OLD STOCK
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"Whatever you do, don't audition the Ultra Black. As i said before, once you do, there's no going back."
Hi-Fi Plus 2010
"What the Ultra Blacks will do for your record collection is to both extract the fine detail from within and reveal its personality. The Ultra Blacks will lay bare your music, getting under the skin of each recording."
Hi-Fi World 2010
""Dynamic but delicate" was my description, with vert expressive "Tellurium mid", with a great ability to enable music to "move"; overall very clean presentation and articulate across the band. Noted good low frequency shape, and power."
Comment from a highly regarded speaker manufacturer
Tellurium Q is primarily an audio research and development (R&D) company that also manufactures products. R&D is at the centre of every decision they take and every product they make.
That is why they design and develop products starting with a completely blank canvas and ask “what is really happening with this process, in these materials” and build on solid fundamentals. That is why you may find that what they produce might look a little different from what you might expect but that is just because they are focused on how to get a better clearer sound. How something looks is of secondary importance because they are working for the serious audiophile and music lover who, like us, wants to hear more in their music. That may be the reason that although their little company has only just appeared on the HiFi scene, they have immediately been awarded 5 Globes for an entire speaker cable range, awarded cables of the year for the ENTIRE cable range by HiFi Plus magazine and again product of the year by HIFi World in their Jan 2011 edition. All in the first 12 months!
Tellurium Ultra Black is the cable they wanted to make from day one. TQ told their UK distributor what to expect as they handed them a prototype that looked more like a fireman's hose and less like a sonic phenomena. They glanced at the heavy, stiff and it has to be said ugly brown experiment. "Yes, well we will give it a go and take it to a few dealers to see what they think". Later that day Tellurium got a phone call from their disbelieving UK distributors at Kog Audio, "what the hell is in it? We've never heard anything like this!".
They took it on trust that the production version would be incredibly think and flexible by comparison and looked a whole lot better. So Kog Audio put in an advance order that day without needing to see or hear the production model because, in their words, "if it is even quarter as good as the prototype it will blow people away".
To sum up the above in one simple sentence. We think the production version sounds better than the prototype.