Until now, textbooks have stated that ...a fundamental
limit for the musical signal transmission accuracy of speaker connecting
cables, is their inductance. That is because All wires have
What a dream if we could transfer an audio
signal through a cable without any influence from the cable. As if the cable
had no length...
Now you can.
Supra Sword is just such an electrically
transparent cable, acting only as medium - not as a modifier of the signal.
Inductance is the main cause of imper-fect
musical performance in a loud-speaker connecting cable. Unfortunately,
textbooks show how all ordinary (and even exotic) cables and conductors are
Yet, the Sword conductors are not.
virtually no Inductance
How can our patented Sword conduc-tors be
non-inductive if all conductors are inductive? Simply because they are finely
divided and the resulting strands are then wound in mutual opposition (one side
of 12 wires goes clockwise and the other side of 12 wires is laid on top, going
counter-clockwise) - so theres virtually no net inductive effect. This
remarkable absence of effective inductance is true of both the
overall send and return conductors, as well as of the overall cable that they
Why didnt anyone make this
First they had to think of it. Like all good ideas, it sounds easy as a fait
accompli. In other words, Supra Swords new manner of construction is also
easy to visualise with hindsight, but was actually rejected as practically
impossible-to-manufacture by ordinary cable makers. Only a technically
advan-ced maker could make it available to the public. This has been possible
due to developments at Jenving Technology - where Forward Thinking Technology