Even cleaner, more focused and more agile sound than the award winning Black power cable with more precise bass definition and top end. Equipment sounds like there is more headroom and energy in the music.
New cable architecture including enhanced double layered screening have allowed a leap forward in performance.
“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.
Full sound, I really like using the Ultra Silver powering a power conditioner”.
“…here was a new level of realism from the Ultra Silvers…Bass from these cables just pushed its chest out a bit. It sounded confidant, imposed itself on the mix to add balance and provided a sense of weight that gave the music a fast but also solid pace.
If you’re in the market for high end power cables, you cannot and should not ignore the Silver range from Tellurium Q.”
“I’ve yet to hear a Tellurium Q cable I’ve not been impressed by.They bring class-leading resolution which opens up the soundstage and lets you hear instruments with tonal and timbral accuracy”
“Tellurium Q is on the intriguing path of discoveries that resulted in array of cable products that are pushing the art further. The Ultra Silver cable is certainly a great alternative among power cable offerings How to combine all the technical requirements along with subjective demands, in one organic fashion, is a mystery to me. However, some audio designers just seem to get these things right and some…they just don`t. Tellurium Q certainly joins the former, that I can assure you. After the burn-in phase it begun to show its strengths in many areas. A bit closed-in sounding before break-in but completely relaxed, open and transparent after the initial phase, It certainly brought a greater sense of unimpeded energy flow than some other power cables from the batch. Building on a strong and firm bass fundament, the lower midrange was seamlessly integrated into this picture, possessing weight, power, control and natural harmonic structure (tonal colors). The vocal range was free of any overly exposed sibilants but still very open and clear. The treble region was exceptionally smooth, transparent and resolute.”