Ultra Blue Speaker Cable 2017-03-15T11:25:48+00:00
Ultra Blue Speaker Cable
Product code: UB-SC
£31.00/m
UK retail price

Building on the strengths of the award wining Blue cable and going much further. This cable has been developed with home cinema, custom installation and good hifi performance in mind. If you like a full, rich, clear sound then you need to listen to your system with the Ultra Blue. In terms of performance the Ultra Blue sits assuredly between the entry level award wining Blue and the multi award wining Black cables.

Awards

Connectors available:
Banana
Spade

Note: All Tellurium Q Speaker cables can be Bi-wired by adding an extra cable during manufacture.

Blue Family: Warm and forgiving for systems with a slight edge or for those who like a more smooth laid back presentation. Blue and Ultra Blue are especially good for AV and home cinema.

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User Comments

“Once again, I can’t speak highly enough of your product. The Ultra Blue did take a while to burn in but now sounds simply fantastic. I am getting much more music out of the CD player – to the extent that it seriously challenges the turntable (RP6), in musical terms. Also, interestingly, it throws into much sharper relief the difference between the valves I use in the PL integrated. Have swapped out the 6550Cs, which now sound a bit soggy when fed from the CD, for KT88s, which have much more scale and punch.

All strength to your arm, TQ!”

– Rob Foot, Australia

Reviews

HiFi Choice

“It finds the direct line to the music’s rhythms and dynamics, and weaves them together in a wonderfully cohesive way. You find yourself not listening to the hi-fi, but totally immersed in the music, forgetting completely about your system.”

– HiFi Choice

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HiFi Pig

“The Ultra Blues just seem to do something special without even trying. …It offers a huge bang for the buck, so rightly deserves the high praise”

– HiFi Pig, 2014

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HiFi World

“An affordable cable that offers a big sound that will suit lean-sounding systems or the home cinema market.”

– Hi Fi World, Oct 2014 edition

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