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  1. Location: Sydney Price: $ 800 +Postage, Paypal fees 4% Item Condition: Like New Reason for selling: No longer needed Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal. Extra Info: RRP $1295 Purchased from Addicted to Audio Newtown Sydney. SOLID 100% PERFECT-SURFACE SILVER (PSS) CONDUCTORS FEP AIR-TUBE INSULATION (FEP is a Fluoro-Polymer) DIELECTRIC-BIAS SYSTEM (DBS, US Pat #s 7,126,055 & 7,872,195 B1) CARBON-BASED 3-LAYER NOISE-DISSIPATION SYSTEM (NDS) ASYMMETRICAL DOUBLE-BALANCED GEOMETRY COLD-WELDED DIRECT-SILVER PLATED PURE RED COPPER RCA PLUGS
  2. Item: Audioquest Angel RCA 2m Location: Artarmon Sydney Price: $500 + fees and postage Item Condition: Excellent Reason for selling: NLR Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal as friend, direct credit Extra Info: This retails for US$1,400 in the US before GST. I have the original packaging and box used by Audioquest. Current Australian price for 1m lead is $1500 see amberonline link. I have the original boxes so shipping would not be an issue and a receipt from Audioquest when I had them factory terminate the din plugs to RCA plugs. https://www.amberonline.com.au/products/audioquest/AQ-ANGRR%2F1 http://www.needledoctor.com/Audioquest-Angel-Interconnect To respect different budgets and honor the wide breadth of applications, AudioQuest offers seven models of these new multi-application low-distortion analog interconnects. All include AudioQuest’s proven design expertise featuring: better metals, superior geometry, and our exclusive Noise-Dissipation System. For the upper four models, we employ Air-Tube Insulation, while the top three models use AudioQuest's amazingly effective Dielectric-Bias System (DBS). Great sound and great pictures, music that consumes you, movies that transport you around the unavoidable fact-of-life: Every component and cable in a system causes some amount of distortion. These aberrations add up, like layers of foggy glass between you and the image. The goal of high quality components and cables is to be like clean clear panes of glass, altering and distorting the information as little as possible. Some of the most fundamental distortion mechanisms are honored and addressed by AudioQuest’s 4-Elements. Any improvement in these areas of design and materials results in less damage and a more effective, immersive experience. Solid Conductors Electrical and magnetic interaction between strands is one of the greatest sources of distortion in normal cables. Separate solid conductors prevent interaction between strands. Insulation In addition to insulating, all conductor coatings are also a “dielectric.” Signal flow is slowed down and distorted by a dielectric, making the choice of mate- rial, and AQ’s Dielectric-Bias System, very important. Geometry The relationship between conductors, whether of the same polarity (+ & +) or opposite polarity (+ & -) af- fects many electrical and mechanical parameters, in- cluding capacitance, inductance, RF Interference, etc. Metal Quality Conductor material quality has a pronounced effect on the signal passing through. Different materials have more or less impurities, grain boundaries, surface irregularities, etc. DBS System High-frequency engineers often believe that “low-frequency” audio is just so simple ... but in fact, it is very difficult to handle a multi-octave audio signal without damaging the time relationships that define individual sounds. Even when multi-channel audio is packaged as a single-channel digital stream, as in HDMI, USB, FireWire, Coax, AES/EBU, Toslink, etc., time-based data corruption, known as “jit- ter,” causes unfixable damage to the information package. In addition to insulating, “insulation” is also a “dielectric.” This means that it interacts with any nearby electrical signal, slowing down the signal. Absolute speed is not itself rel- evant, but when insulation is un-biased, it slows down different frequencies and different amplitudes by varying degrees, a significant distortion mechanism. AudioQuest’s DBS creates a strong and stable electrostatic field, which saturates and po- larizes (organizes) the molecules of the insulation. This minimizes both energy storage in the dielectric, and the multiple nonlinear time-delays. Sound appears from a surprisingly blacker background with unexpected detail and dynamic contrast. Because DBS creates a field, but does no “work,” the DBS pack’s batteries will last for years. A test button and LED allow for the occasional battery check. Pictures:
  3. Item: Audioquest Angel RCA 2m Location: Artarmon Sydney Price: $575 + fees and postage Item Condition: Excellent Reason for selling: NLR Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal as friend, direct credit Extra Info: This retails for US$1,400 in the US before GST and equates to approx $2,050 before postage. I have the original packaging and box used by Audioquest when they converted on end from 5 pin din to RCA. Current Australian price for !m lead is $1500 see amberonline link. I have the original boxes so shipping would not be an issue and a receipt from Audioquest when I had them factory terminate the din plugs to RCA plugs. https://www.amberonline.com.au/products/audioquest/AQ-ANGRR%2F1 http://www.needledoctor.com/Audioquest-Angel-Interconnect To respect different budgets and honor the wide breadth of applications, AudioQuest offers seven models of these new multi-application low-distortion analog interconnects. All include AudioQuest’s proven design expertise featuring: better metals, superior geometry, and our exclusive Noise-Dissipation System. For the upper four models, we employ Air-Tube Insulation, while the top three models use AudioQuest's amazingly effective Dielectric-Bias System (DBS).Great sound and great pictures, music that consumes you, movies that transport you around the unavoidable fact-of-life: Every component and cable in a system causes some amount of distortion. These aberrations add up, like layers of foggy glass between you and the image. The goal of high quality components and cables is to be like clean clear panes of glass, altering and distorting the information as little as possible. Some of the most fundamental distortion mechanisms are honored and addressed by AudioQuest’s 4-Elements. Any improvement in these areas of design and materials results in less damage and a more effective, immersive experience.Solid ConductorsElectrical and magnetic interaction between strands is one of the greatest sources of distortion in normal cables. Separate solid conductors prevent interaction between strands.InsulationIn addition to insulating, all conductor coatings are also a “dielectric.” Signal flow is slowed down and distorted by a dielectric, making the choice of mate- rial, and AQ’s Dielectric-Bias System, very important.GeometryThe relationship between conductors, whether of the same polarity (+ & +) or opposite polarity (+ & -) af- fects many electrical and mechanical parameters, in- cluding capacitance, inductance, RF Interference, etc.Metal QualityConductor material quality has a pronounced effect on the signal passing through. Different materials have more or less impurities, grain boundaries, surface irregularities, etc.DBS SystemHigh-frequency engineers often believe that “low-frequency” audio is just so simple ... but in fact, it is very difficult to handle a multi-octave audio signal without damaging the time relationships that define individual sounds.Even when multi-channel audio is packaged as a single-channel digital stream, as in HDMI, USB, FireWire, Coax, AES/EBU, Toslink, etc., time-based data corruption, known as “jit- ter,” causes unfixable damage to the information package.In addition to insulating, “insulation” is also a “dielectric.” This means that it interacts with any nearby electrical signal, slowing down the signal. Absolute speed is not itself rel- evant, but when insulation is un-biased, it slows down different frequencies and different amplitudes by varying degrees, a significant distortion mechanism.AudioQuest’s DBS creates a strong and stable electrostatic field, which saturates and po- larizes (organizes) the molecules of the insulation. This minimizes both energy storage in the dielectric, and the multiple nonlinear time-delays. Sound appears from a surprisingly blacker background with unexpected detail and dynamic contrast. Because DBS creates a field, but does no “work,” the DBS pack’s batteries will last for years. A test button and LED allow for the occasional battery check. Pictures:
  4. Item: Audioquest Angel RCA 2m Location: Artarmon Sydney Price: $600 + fees and postage Item Condition: Excellent Reason for selling: NLR Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal as friend, direct credit Extra Info: This retails for US$1,400 in the US before GST and equates to approx $2,050 before postage. I have the original packaging and box used by Audioquest when they converted on end from 5 pin din to RCA. Current Australian price for !m lead is $1500 see amberonline link. https://www.amberonline.com.au/products/audioquest/AQ-ANGRR%2F1 http://www.needledoctor.com/Audioquest-Angel-Interconnect To respect different budgets and honor the wide breadth of applications, AudioQuest offers seven models of these new multi-application low-distortion analog interconnects. All include AudioQuest’s proven design expertise featuring: better metals, superior geometry, and our exclusive Noise-Dissipation System. For the upper four models, we employ Air-Tube Insulation, while the top three models use AudioQuest's amazingly effective Dielectric-Bias System (DBS).Great sound and great pictures, music that consumes you, movies that transport you around the unavoidable fact-of-life: Every component and cable in a system causes some amount of distortion. These aberrations add up, like layers of foggy glass between you and the image. The goal of high quality components and cables is to be like clean clear panes of glass, altering and distorting the information as little as possible. Some of the most fundamental distortion mechanisms are honored and addressed by AudioQuest’s 4-Elements. Any improvement in these areas of design and materials results in less damage and a more effective, immersive experience.Solid ConductorsElectrical and magnetic interaction between strands is one of the greatest sources of distortion in normal cables. Separate solid conductors prevent interaction between strands.InsulationIn addition to insulating, all conductor coatings are also a “dielectric.” Signal flow is slowed down and distorted by a dielectric, making the choice of mate- rial, and AQ’s Dielectric-Bias System, very important.GeometryThe relationship between conductors, whether of the same polarity (+ & +) or opposite polarity (+ & -) af- fects many electrical and mechanical parameters, in- cluding capacitance, inductance, RF Interference, etc.Metal QualityConductor material quality has a pronounced effect on the signal passing through. Different materials have more or less impurities, grain boundaries, surface irregularities, etc.DBS SystemHigh-frequency engineers often believe that “low-frequency” audio is just so simple ... but in fact, it is very difficult to handle a multi-octave audio signal without damaging the time relationships that define individual sounds.Even when multi-channel audio is packaged as a single-channel digital stream, as in HDMI, USB, FireWire, Coax, AES/EBU, Toslink, etc., time-based data corruption, known as “jit- ter,” causes unfixable damage to the information package.In addition to insulating, “insulation” is also a “dielectric.” This means that it interacts with any nearby electrical signal, slowing down the signal. Absolute speed is not itself rel- evant, but when insulation is un-biased, it slows down different frequencies and different amplitudes by varying degrees, a significant distortion mechanism.AudioQuest’s DBS creates a strong and stable electrostatic field, which saturates and po- larizes (organizes) the molecules of the insulation. This minimizes both energy storage in the dielectric, and the multiple nonlinear time-delays. Sound appears from a surprisingly blacker background with unexpected detail and dynamic contrast. Because DBS creates a field, but does no “work,” the DBS pack’s batteries will last for years. A test button and LED allow for the occasional battery check. Pictures:
  5. Item: Audioquest Angel RCA 2m Location: Artarmon Sydney Price: $650 $700 + fees and postage Item Condition: Excellent Reason for selling: NLR Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal as friend, direct credit Extra Info: This retails for US$1,400 in the US before GST and equates to approx $2,050 before postage. I have the original packaging and box used by Audioquest when they converted on end from 5 pin din to RCA. http://www.needledoctor.com/Audioquest-Angel-Interconnect To respect different budgets and honor the wide breadth of applications, AudioQuest offers seven models of these new multi-application low-distortion analog interconnects. All include AudioQuest’s proven design expertise featuring: better metals, superior geometry, and our exclusive Noise-Dissipation System. For the upper four models, we employ Air-Tube Insulation, while the top three models use AudioQuest's amazingly effective Dielectric-Bias System (DBS).Great sound and great pictures, music that consumes you, movies that transport you around the universe ... all come from honoring the original signal. An unavoidable fact-of-life: Every component and cable in a system causes some amount of distortion. These aberrations add up, like layers of foggy glass between you and the image. The goal of high quality components and cables is to be like clean clear panes of glass, altering and distorting the information as little as possible. Some of the most fundamental distortion mechanisms are honored and addressed by AudioQuest’s 4-Elements. Any improvement in these areas of design and materials results in less damage and a more effective, immersive experience.Solid ConductorsElectrical and magnetic interaction between strands is one of the greatest sources of distortion in normal cables. Separate solid conductors prevent interaction between strands.InsulationIn addition to insulating, all conductor coatings are also a “dielectric.” Signal flow is slowed down and distorted by a dielectric, making the choice of mate- rial, and AQ’s Dielectric-Bias System, very important.GeometryThe relationship between conductors, whether of the same polarity (+ & +) or opposite polarity (+ & -) af- fects many electrical and mechanical parameters, in- cluding capacitance, inductance, RF Interference, etc.Metal QualityConductor material quality has a pronounced effect on the signal passing through. Different materials have more or less impurities, grain boundaries, surface irregularities, etc.DBS SystemHigh-frequency engineers often believe that “low-frequency” audio is just so simple ... but in fact, it is very difficult to handle a multi-octave audio signal without damaging the time relationships that define individual sounds.Even when multi-channel audio is packaged as a single-channel digital stream, as in HDMI, USB, FireWire, Coax, AES/EBU, Toslink, etc., time-based data corruption, known as “jit- ter,” causes unfixable damage to the information package.In addition to insulating, “insulation” is also a “dielectric.” This means that it interacts with any nearby electrical signal, slowing down the signal. Absolute speed is not itself rel- evant, but when insulation is un-biased, it slows down different frequencies and different amplitudes by varying degrees, a significant distortion mechanism.AudioQuest’s DBS creates a strong and stable electrostatic field, which saturates and po- larizes (organizes) the molecules of the insulation. This minimizes both energy storage in the dielectric, and the multiple nonlinear time-delays. Sound appears from a surprisingly blacker background with unexpected detail and dynamic contrast. Because DBS creates a field, but does no “work,” the DBS pack’s batteries will last for years. A test button and LED allow for the occasional battery check. Pictures:
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