The final piece in the puzzle for the Silver series of power cables. It has some of the “magic” of the Statement power cable because it came out of that same research and so is a smooth performer that brings your system to life. Which is relatively meaningless until you hear just what they can do for your system.
“I put the Tellurium Q Silver [range] power cables in my system and haven’t wanted to take them out… they all justify their price points and will improve the sound quality of whatever you plug them into.”“The Silver Diamond is the sweet spot of the range and gives you the biggest bang for the buck. It gets you closest to what the Statement power cable will give you. Improved clarity, bass, presence and control.”
“There’s more than a touch of Tellurium Q’s ‘Statement’ cable to Silver Diamond, and that means more space around the instruments, more
frequency extension…. Interestingly, this is not just an exercise in expense; I used Silver Diamond to affect significantly a Leben integrated amplifier that cost only slightly more than the cable itself. But if all your audio ducks are in a row, Silver Diamond can make an already singing system sound like it just got Aretha and the Monteverdi Choir stepping up to the microphone.”
The AC Tellurium Q Silver Diamond cable is a cable that will bring out the full potential of the system. …You may be surprised that your system is still very much hidden.”
“Good heavens, this was no subtle improvement. The Yamaha seemed to have somehow gained volume and resolving capability and the music was absolutely cascading from the Harbeth’s small main drive units in a way that I had not previously heard. This was a serious sit up and take notice moment.
In the right context they might turn out be the best ‘bang for buck’ upgrade you could buy.”
“True to form, Tellurium Q products have a smooth and sophisticated sound, but never sound dull or veiled; the Silver epitomises this and the Silver Diamond adds extra insight and scale. Both are there or thereabouts in terms of being the best value at their respective price points, especially the Silver Diamond, which is hard to beat at any level. Tastefully turned out, superbly built and sonically excellent – both are state-of-the-art power cables that don’t disappoint.”
“So, there was a tremendous sense of focus but focus is just one part of what these cables provided. The Silver Diamonds offered a great performance without any sense of strain or application. You must have seen that on a sports field with the very best player on the park gliding around, doing his thing without any apparent effort and doing it perfectly. That’s what the Silver Diamond was all about
If you’re in the market for high end power cables, you cannot and should not ignore the Silver range from Tellurium Q.”
“Both the Silver and Silver Diamond Power cables have obvious benefits to recommend. They both have a distinctively clean and controlled sound, that has great extension and tonal qualities that bring the vibrancy out in the music whilst retaining musicality.
It’s not very often that I come across power cables that balance this act so well
My first impressions with the Silver Diamond was how much more space there was around instruments and how much more space each instrument had to playfully dance. Smaller decays faded from around each of the instruments into their own areas of darker acoustic space. This gave better overall pockets of depth and three-dimensionality to the overall soundstage. The encapsulating effect I love was larger and more complex and with the whole image being more vivid and vibrant.
Tonally it’s easy to hear that there is a bond with the two cables, with the Silver Diamond extracting more texture and instrument timbre from the recording. The Silver does an exceptional job of conveying music, the Silver Diamond does a better job of exploring music.
I’d strongly recommend both of these power cables [silver and silver diamond] and suggest that if your system and wallet can entertain the Silver Diamond you will be nothing short of delighted”