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At Tellurium Q get the results we get. We believe that we put more into research and development than any other company as a percentage of our profitability and we have no reason to stop doing so. Research is our passion and our customers are the beneficiaries of this.
What people do not realise is that to get the best performance in a cable you actually have to be prepared to compromise between a number of factors. For example in most applications a signal must not leak into the dielectric (but this is a good thing in capacitors). Stepping back further, you even need to ask what exactly is a “signal”. An electric current is not a bunch of electrons entering a wire at one end, zipping through and popping out the other end. No. It is more like the Newton’s cradle toy where a wave of impacts go through the swinging balls quickly while the balls themselves move very little. Of course the electrons work their way through the wire, just not very quickly that is all. When you understand what a signal actually is and how this “wave potential” is affected, then what function that signal has to fulfil, it is time to do a bit of a balancing act between, for example, capacitance, inductance, accurate transmission (not just material purity as many think) and high speed transmission (which in itself involves a whole host of lesser criteria). It is this fine tuning process that can lead to some surprises in choice of materials that is REQUIRED for the compromises to work efficiently and effectively. What we do a little differently is that we skew the balancing act to take into account phase accuracy to give a recording correct timing reproduction.
That, in a nutshell is how we at Tellurium Q get the results we get. We believe that we put more into research and development than any other company as a percentage of our profitability and we have no reason to stop doing so. Research is our passion and our customers are the beneficiaries of this.
Blue Diamond Speaker Cable
The Blue phono RCA is a great entry level phono cable for your turntable, as you would hopefully expect from Tellurium Q.
Tellurium Q Black II Jumper for biwiring conectors. The Black bi-wire link is designed to be used only with Tellurium Q mid range level Black speaker cable to replace the external links that came with your speaker. Length: 30cm
Tellurium Q Black Diamond Digital Streaming Cable
The reference level Black Diamond bi wire link is designed to be used only with Tellurium Q Black Diamond, Graphite or Ultra Black speaker cable to replace the external links that came with your speaker.
Tellurium Q Black Diamond Phono RCA Interconnect
Tellurium Q Black Diamond RCA Interconnect: “In short, I can honestly say the Tellurium Q Black Diamond interconnects and speaker cable are the very best leads that I have ever had in my system.”
When you hear for yourself the Graphite against the new Black Diamonds you will be in no doubt which is which and why we had to release this product - our best work.
Tellurium Q Black Diamond XLR Interconnect: The Black Diamond Level are Tellurium Q in a cable. These have just been released and are our proudest work. The Black Diamond XLR uses our own TeCu connector and is the most natural sounding cable in the range, which is saying something.
The Tellurium Digital XLR has been designed differently from what you would expect.
The Black RCA Phono turntable cable is a significant step up in performance from the Blue and comes with a separate earth link.
The Black power cable is something of a star performer across all hifi equipment.