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The “Silver” (Silver and Ultra Silver) has been designed for those who love detail. As has already been commented on, with the Ultra silver the top end is extraordinarily detailed without any harshness.
While the “Black range” (Black, Ultra Black and Black Diamond) could be categorised as neutral/ natural the “Silver” would lean more to neutral, detail and extension. The Silver performance sits beyond Black for very good reasons that you will hear.
Changed from black mark II to this cable hoping it would be a step up but instead it is a different sounding cable altogether. It is very clean and informative but lacks the blacks mellow realism and depth sounding much thinner with more information evident but not too good with a lot of male vocals. I've used the black since it first came out and all in all I prefer it to this cable so I can't give it a full five stars although it is exceptional in its own way. If I had the choice to make again I would have chosen the ultra black and regard this cable as a slight error on my part. Like match audio equipment especially cables you can't really tell until you have them installed in your own home.so if you choose this cable will be getting something good even quite exceptional just maybe not exactly what you thought.
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I changed from QED silver Anniversary cables to Tellurium Q Silver MKII. After burning process there is significant amount of details and depth of the sound ''picture''. That details are not boring during long listening process but ''ask for more and more listening''. Really impressive and worth money spent. I am using same cable type as jumper and did ''burning process'' with Tellurium Q CD.
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