The Thermal Cryo Process
Both Thermal and Cryogenic processes are applied to our conductors to perform essentially the same function - to remove the inherent mechanical stresses that result from the manufacturing process. Why? Because mechanical stress can degrade your sound quality by injecting glare, harshness and strain into the music. In the case of thermal treatment or annealing, the metal is softened and stresses are relieved. On the opposite end of the temperature spectrum, cryogenic treatment also removes stress by aligning atoms (and electrons) in a more uniform pattern, thereby eliminating conductive imperfections in the crystalline structure. Our thermal-cryo cycle is performed three times to fully relax and align the metallic structures - resulting in a more natural, flowing and 'liquid' presentation.
"...achieved levels of transient speed, midrange liquidity, and bass definition that seemed impossible, and ... helped the music sound more vibrant and present."
"The difference was on the order of swapping a component, not a digital cable..."
"...there wasn't one area in which the SensoryPower cable didn't cream the other cables I used"
Marc Michelson, The Audio Beat
Active Digital Cable
The final frontier in digital signal conveyance. The Sensory Power
Active digital cable actually reconstructs the digital signal from
your transport and removes timing errors that can be present within
the signal. This amazing accomplishment uses a technique that
incorporates rebuilding the signal to a standard not possible by
simple reclocking methods.
RCA, BNC captured cables in/out 1M each.
XLR chassis mount fittings requires 2 - XLR digital cables( IN/OUT) that are supplied (1M each)