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Take your high-end audio system to the next level. All Ansuz products are developed with this simple goal in mind: maintaining the purity and stability of electronic and mechanical connections.
Creating ideal connections is not just using first-rate materials in a technologically advanced way. It’s also about understanding how audio components interact—the way the signals, currents, and vibrations move through your system. The difference can be heard anytime you wish, at Command Performance AV.
The performance of these cables is truly remarkable. They simply place less of a filter between you and your music. The details are much better preserved and presented to you in a natural way, leaving you stunned at what your system has been missing.
Superior grounding, low inductance, and less stray capacitance are important in creating optimum conditions for achieving well-performing connections between your audio components. But the migration of charge in an out of the dielectricum has a huge influence on the way cables interact with fine details in the music signal as well. Paying careful attention to acquire the finest materials and crafting them into cables that are electronically pure and mechanically sound is one thing. Creating the technology to achieve the next level of performance is what sets Ansuz apart.
Ansuz D2 Cables
A GIANT LEAP FOR PERFORMANCE
The Ansuz D2 cables have been created using all the know-how gathered from many years of developing high-end products. Ansuz continues to utilize the DGC (Direct Ground Connector), DIHC (Double Inverted Helix Coil), and NSC (Noise Suppressing Coil) technologies. On top of that, they have added further ground-breaking technologies such as dynamically charged Dielectricum and the active Tesla Coil in this unique cable concept.
Years of working with high-fidelity sound has taught ansuz that superior grounding, low inductance and less stray capacitance are important in creating optimum conditions for achieving the best-performing connections between your audio components, and these are still very valid focus areas. But the new D·TC line of cables has also taught them that the migration of charge in an out of the dielectricum has a huge influence on the way cables interact with the low level micro details in the music signal. When making the connection with the D2 or D·TC cables, you will be stunned with the amount of previously unheard natural micro details present in your recordings.