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Ultra Silver II RCA Cable

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Ultra Silver II RCA Cable
US-RCA
£935.38/m
UK retail price per metre set
Stereo Life - Editors Choice
Paul Rigby - Deeply Groovy
HiFi Pig Reviewers Preference
Ultra Silver II RCA Cable

The Ultra Silver range is one of our “hidden gems” possibly because of the knee jerk though that they are called silver so have a harsh or fatiguing edge. NO not at all. Put the name to one side (some days we wish we had) and you find a beautifully detailed, smooth and natural presentation that is a very definite step up in performance from the award-winning Ultra Black II. Over shadowed and overlooked but surprises as soon as you plug it into your system.

Performance Profile
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
Black Family
Smooth, fine detailed and great resolution while actually reducing apparent harshness. Music is presented as a coherent, organic whole, with a jaw-dropping sense of realism and naturalness.
Silver Family
Totally uncoloured, acting as a wide open channel sounding unforced, vivid and dynamic with phenomenal resolution, transparency and natural tonal colours. All this while sounding extremely analog and coherent, from the exceptional top end extension to bottom with finely detailed, separated bass notes.
Reviews and User Comments
Stereolife

“Tellurium Q is a real phenomenon not only in the world of audiophile cables, but in the hi-fi industry in general.

..please tell me when was the last time you came across cables that have a positive effect on the clarity of the sound, allow you to pick out a lot of little tidbits from your favorite recordings, and allow you to more accurately follow what is happening in front of you events, in an extremely clear, sometimes even uncompromising way, order the stereophonic scene, but they do not make the bass shallow, do not boost or sharpen the high tones, do not shift the tonal balance up in the slightest, maintaining perfect linearity, neutrality, richness of colors, and at first they make even the impression of playing nice, warm and pleasant? Never? I was lucky to come across such cables only a few times in my life…The cables you see in the photos are also such white crows [Ultra Silver II cables]

It’s true that I was supposed to stop spending money on equipment, but something tells me that these cables may become a cult product in the future – one that we will look for at auctions, come across empty links and kick ourselves for not being tempted when we still had a chance. I would highly recommend!”

– Tomasz Karasińsk, Stereolife
The Audiophile Man

“There’s far more clarity from the IIs …It’s very strange effect, actually. I asked myself, Where did all THAT come from?….

Tellurium Q call these cables Ultra Silver II cables which infers that they offer an incremental improvement on what has gone before, but really? Really? If the company had slapped a new range name on the cables themselves? I would have easily believed it… They sound like a range hike above the Ultra Silver Is, actually. That’s how good they are.”

– Paul Rigby, The Audiophile Man
HiFi Pig

“As an ex-BBC sound engineer I want to hear the music or speech in its purity, not coloured at all by cabling or any electronics…

“If the music can sound incredibly real even away from the sweet-spot then it must be special….

..,it actually gave me more of the music to enjoy, like switching your 1080p TV channel to a 4K film gives you more detail. It allowed me to fully appreciate the KT88 valves in my power amp and the new capacitors in my rebuilt Ferrograph Logic 7. Putting on Elles Springs ‘Reveal’ album from Vertere’s label on my Krell KPS20i CD player made me surprised at just how good this machine is. The music was clean and precise yet still very musical, and a definite improvement on the original Ultra Silver in terms of timing and extension of frequencies

Now on my aged Chartwell BBC LS3/5a and Slee monoblocks the detail from these speakers was more than I had heard in the past, and even that bass extension down to a bottom G (49Hz) on the guitar was clearly audible and took me by surprise…these speakers were only designed for speech and mobile recording vans. The loudspeaker cable seemed to get more detail out of the music…

…Whilst very natural, they were incredibly vivid and unexpectedly gave me more out of the loudspeaker than I thought possible.

That said, even using my “cheap” Slee/Technics SL-Q2/Ortofon/LS3/5a set up showed just what is possible from your HiFi”

– Janine Elliot, HiFi Pig
High Fidelty.pl

“This is a sign that we are dealing with something exceptional in the audio world and the cables prove to be really unique.”

– Wojciech Pacuła, highfidelity.pl

– Wojciech Pacuła, highfidelity.pl
Nomono

“rely have we heard such a good homogeneity between accurate and not sharp, between musicality and not analytical,”

– Nomono
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