AAC HPX-1SE with 2.5mm TS to 2.5mm TRRS
HiFiMan Edition X, Edition S, Susvara, Sundara, HE-350, HE-400i, HE-400S, HE-560, HE-1000, Sennheiser HD700, Audioquest Nighthawk and NightOwl, Oppo PM-1 and PM-2
A SIGNAL PATH OF THE UTMOST INTEGRITY
HPX-1SE is made using highest-quality technique for drawing copper available today, Ohno Continuous Casting, or OCC, resulting in a signal path of the very best in high performance audio fidelity. Independently shielded left and right channel geometry makes for a noise free listening experience, with zero crosstalk. The high-purity single crystal OCC is insulated in a musical sounding PE dielectric, providing a detailed, and tonally accurate, rich, and full-bodied presentation. The robust, yet highly flexible construction is perfect for both home and travel. Audiophile grade connector parts from Furutech, Oyaide, and PLUSSOUND employ copper and phosphor bronze based conductive materials, insuring the signal transfer is made with maximum fidelity, and minimum signal loss. A no-noise Techflex multifilament jacket rounds out a high-performance design that takes any audiophile headphone to a new and improved level of performance, easily discernible vs. stock cables.
CONNECTORS USED FOR THIS MODEL
PLUSSOUND Cryo Treated Gold Plated copper based 2.5mm TS plugs at headphone Furutech FT-7254(R) Rhodium plated 2.5mm TRRS 4-pole plug at Amplifier / Digital Audio Player
THE CABLE AT THE CORE
Ultra-high purity 2x 28 awg single crystal OCC Copper conductors per channel, insulated with PE dielectric. L/R channels are independently shielded with a braided silver-plated OFHC copper shield, and covered with a durable PVC jacket.
|Oxygen Free High Purity Silver Plated Copper Conductors|
|Musical Sounding Foamed Polyethylene Insulation|
|Left / Right Channels Independently Shielded with OFC Copper Braid|
|Techflex No-Noise Multifiment Jacket|
|Brushed Aluminum Y Splitter|
|High Performance Eidolic Or Furutech Connector Options|
|Audiophile Grade Cardas Quad Eutectic Silver Solder|
|Custom Shop Assembly by Phil Martinez|