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Chord Company launches new Epic Digital Tuned ARAY interconnect

Chord Company launches new Epic Digital Tuned ARAY interconnect

19 June 2024, Wiltshire, England: Chord Company has launched the Epic Digital Tuned ARAY interconnect, a premium cable which introduces the benefits of its proprietary Tuned ARAY coaxial conductor geometry to an increasingly digital AV world. (£560 1 m)

The new hand-built Epic Digital Tuned ARAY interconnect is the latest addition to Chord Company’s premium-tier Epic range, which sits in the middle of the specialist’s portfolio.

Designed to enhance digital connection quality between streamers, CD players and transports, and suitably equipped AV devices, the new Epic Digital Tuned ARAY benefits from the company’s exclusive Tuned ARAY mechanical tuning for enhanced performance.

The cable also receives premium Chord Company VEE3 plugs finished with the company’s unique ChorAlloy multi-metal plating system, which provides a significant musical improvement over previous silver-plating techniques, offers much lower intermodulation, is tarnish-free, RoHS-compliant and solderable.

Structured around two high-quality 75 ohm silver-plated oxygen-free-copper conductors with PTFE insulation, the cable benefits from a high-density, silver-plated combination braid and foil shield, offering effective protection from high-frequency interference.

Offered with a lifetime guarantee, the Epic Digital Tuned ARAY is available in RCA/BNC/AES-EBU terminations. Custom lengths are available to order.

The Epic Digital Tuned ARAY will debut at the UK’s North West Audio Show, 22-23 June.

Price and availability

Epic Digital Tuned ARAY £560 (1 m) available now.


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