The Black RCA is thought of very highly by people who try it:
“Nowhere “Nowhere does the music sound sharp or thin, but very open, transparent, defined. Everything sounds completely balanced. The sound is completely separate from the speakers and we feel as if we ourselves were present at the shooting. The original setting is left untouched and had only experienced by some in this group test such a commitment. So pure, so much momentum and so much peace. This is for us very close to the perfect interlink.”
– Harro Tillema, Alpha-Audio
“Tellurium Q Black II RCA line. Listen and compare with the first version line. It was found that cleanliness and transparency are better. In addition to the details of the late days, sound frequency. I admit that this one is an RCA line with a really impressive development.”
“If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it is clearly not a phrase in Geoff Merrigan’s language library, and we should all be grateful for that. The original Black interconnect was by no means broken, but Geoff set himself the task of improving it and I would say that he has more than achieved his objective.”
“Black RCA curious change occurred. First, there was a sense that the overall picture is somehow simpler, it slightly diminished shades and tones. In fact, to get the effect “grated window” – the spectrum of nuances become more apparent and clearly.He became more visible contribution to the tweeter, while the explicit emphasis on RF failed.The music became more interesting to listen to.”
1st out of 17 RCA interconnects in a group test and only cable to have a perfect score in ALL 16 categories:
“Nowhere does the music sound sharp or thin, but very open, transparent, defined. Everything sounds completely balanced. The sound is completely separate from the speakers and we feel as if we ourselves were present at the shooting. The original setting is left untouched and had only experienced by some in this group test such a commitment. So pure, so much momentum and so much peace. This is for us very close to the perfect interlink.”
“Putting it into my system, I was impressed by just how communicative this modestly priced cable was. Compared to my favourite similarly-priced cable I had to hand TQ offered a significant improvement in focus, timing and overall lucidity.”
I would like to give you some feedback, but not sure where to start. I can only say I am very pleased with the cables, it has opened up my system to an extent I thought impossible and this is with the Black Cables, so not sure how it can be even better with your high end cables.
The best way to describe the change is really that my wife always say “Sounds the same”, when we try or listen to some very high end Hifi Equipment, but as soon as I had installed the cables, she said “sounds much better and much more open Music, almost like being in the concert Hall”. So this is properly the best way to describe the change.
I am Marine Engineer with Electrical engineering included, so have to admit that I was sceptical of how much a cable could improve the sound, although I do fully understand the importance of screening on low signal cables.
I also want to thank you (Your Company) for the very fast and good reply to queries and also with the customs. I will for sure keep recommending your cables to whoever I meet and have already done so to a few. Thanks to you and I wish you all a Happy New Year and hope 2015 will be a good year for your company.”
“…so far I’ve gotten the Black interconnects for my CD player, the Black II speaker cables, and now I await the TQ jumpers to put my Klipsch LaScala H and Lo together. The speaker cables sounded great out of the box BUT WOW a month later indescribably clear, crazy holographic. I’m using the Raven Audio Nighthawk Integrated Amp, Yamaha S2100 CD player, and U-Turn Orbit turntable with Ortofon Blue. What really shocked me was how LP’s sounded way better than the CD’s (which sounded great too). But the vinyl improvement was shocking. How can we get the word out? These things are totally amazing. The improvement with your cables equal or exceeded ANY component upgrade I’ve ever made.”