VH Audio Pulsar Cu bulk interconnect cable (featuring a solid core fine gauge pure copper signal conductor with a FEP Teflon dielectric) terminated with Furutech FP-126(G) rca connectors (featuring a gold plated PCOCC copper center pin).
Note: Hand-made by Chris VenHaus, fully assembled product options are also available here:
I've revisited one of my favorite lower-cost level DIY interconnect cables, and find it to be an especially nice subwoofer interconnect. The full-bodied yet well articulated bottom end of the FP-126(G) complements the detailed speed and control of the Pulsar Cu. One fine benefit is the conductivity of the dual shielded coaxial cable provides an efficient low-impedance path to ground which can be a lowered noise floor friendly thing for input/output circuits from source to load. However, the resistance of the fine gauge center conductor might present an issue to applications involving rather long runs (ask Chris VenHaus for advice about maximum length issues). IME, I also find the particular build to present a very musical sonic signature while providing great speed and a very low noise floor when implemented as a full spectrum single ended line-level interconnect cable.
VH Audio Pulsar Cu Bulk Interconnect Cable:
Furutech FP-126(G) RCA Connectors:
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Topic - VH Audio Pulsar Cu with Furutech FP-126(G) for Subwoofer - Duster 14:04:41 05/31/12 (1)
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