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    Boomslang, Storm, Anaconda & Python

    Four sets of speaker cables for you. All from True Colours Industries (TCI) and all at different price points as reviewed by Paul Rigby If you’re in the market for a…

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    Ultra Black II From Tellurium Q 

    An updated design from the original Ultra Blacks (but you guessed that already, eh?), Paul Rigby reviews these rather svelte speaker cables I’m not going to spend too much time talking…

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    King Cobra Speaker Cables From TCI

    With a manageable 9mm diameter profile so you won’t be struggling – like Tarzan wrestling with a killer snake – to install the things, Paul Rigby reviews the King Cobra speaker…

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    Silver Mains Cabling From Tellurium Q 

    Reviewed together, Paul Rigby tackles three mains cables in Tellurium Q’s Silver range Rated in the company’s high-end Silver cabling sector and reportedly utilising trickle-down research from its new super high-end…

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    Asimi Grun Cables From Atlas

    Built with separate Grun grounding cables to reduce noise, Paul Rigby reviews both the Asimi Ultra RCA interconnects and Asimi Luxe speaker cables I like Atlas and its cable designs. In…

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    DIN TO PHONO RCA STATEMENT CABLE

    Tellurium Q has added to its Statement range, Paul Rigby reviews the DIN-to-Phono turntable cable When I recently reviewed the Tellurium Q range of Statement cables, this particular model was a…

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    Statement Cables from Tellurium Q

    Offering a range of…well, I wouldn’t even call them high end, more like super cables from this long standing cable manufacturer. Paul Rigby reviews Tellurium Q’s statement cable design, the Statement…

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    ShawCan Headphone Cables from Chord

    Replacing his standard, default headphone cables, Paul Rigby reviews Chord’s ShawCan replacements In Hi-Fi, if you can detach a cable from any individual component then you should look at upgrading it.…

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    Bespoke Cables From Chord: Buy By Wire

    When the world is not enough and the cable you want doesn’t exist, Paul Rigby reviews a bespoke, one-of-a-kind cable from Chord What happens when you have a cabling problem but…

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    Styx Cables & Lifts From Titan Audio 

    Offering a new range of cabling plus a low cost set of lifts to run alongside (or should that be underneath?), Paul Rigby reviews Titan’s Styx interconnects, speaker cables, digital cables…

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    EVO3 ELITE power cable From Isotek

    A high-end power cable, Paul Rigby reviews the Isotek EVO3 Elite There’s a school of thought – which I advocate – stating that any audiophile worth his salt has to get his…

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    Black Knight Interconnect Cables By Gekko 

    Looking for a pair of midrange interconnects? Paul Rigby reviews the Gekko Black Knights The Black Knight, the company’s second interconnect to use Gekko GAC1 connectors (which allows the cable wires…

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    Silver Diamond Cables From Tellurium Q

    Grabbing a suite of high end cables, Paul Rigby reviews both Tellurium Q’s Silver Diamond speaker and balanced interconnect cables Approaching these high-end cables for review, I’m reminded of a couple…

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    Voodoo Cables: Enchanting or a Curse?

    Coming to grips with a host of cables types, Paul Rigby reviews a wide range of power, interconnect and speaker cables from Voodoo Based in Oakland, California, Voodoo is proud of…

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    Oratorio & Waltz Cables From Black Rhodium

    Aiming at the high-end market, Paul Rigby reviews two sets of Black Rhodium cables, the Oratorio interconnects and the Waltz speaker cables Black Rhodium has been pretty busy of late, producing…

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    TCI CABLES: THE BIG CATCH UP

    Been a while since Paul Rigby looked at any cables and associated products from TCI so he has decided to tackle a bunch in one go: Herald Constrictor and Emerald Constrictor mains blocks,…

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