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Audio Room X08, Hall 5

6. August - 8. August 2021



MMC (Multi Metallography Correction Technology)

This technology uses different types of metal and applies to the cables wires. After precision calculation by our engineers, pairing different ratios of metals, we have finalized the combination to be gold, silver and copper as the T-Adler cable conductors. According to different grade of cable, define different combinations; it is the crystal of long time and high cost. This will make the sound do not bias on any particular metal, it will give a more pure, fine and balance feeling.


VSC (Varied Size Conductor Geometry)

After deciding the combination of metals for MMC, T-Adler also uses VSC technology to manufacture the metals into fine hair like wires. Through accurate calculation and professional listening, we have come up with the best number of strands. This is a very time consuming and costly process. But in order to achieve perfect acoustic performance, T-Adler engineer do not care about, another consideration of choosing stranded wire over solid wire is due to the flexibility and convenience of it.


MSC (Mutual Spiral Compensation)

It is well known that pretty much everyone carries mobile phones and there are wireless infrastructures everywhere, this generates large amount of interference affecting the performance of audio cables. Some interference will mix into the signals transmitted by the cable, causing noise and rune the music. After exploring different variations of twisting, in order to cancel this effect, T-Adler engineers arranged all strands to be twisted together which is also known as Mutual Spiral Compensation (MSC). This can enhance the audio system's quietness after using T-Adler cable, it will not generate tiredness even for long term uses.


CSS (Conductor Suspension Spacer)

There are still some gaps in between the stranded wires after applying the MSC technology, our engineers from T-Adler make use of tiny PVC tubes to further fill up all the empty spaces, this can make the cables more solid and stable. Even if you suspend the T-Adler cable in mid air, it can effectively withstand the vibration caused by the music travel through air, and the cable would not vibrate on its own. The signal transmitting through our T-Adler cables will be more stable and the feeling of sound would be more detailed and live.


CIC (Conductor Intercross Connection)

T-Adler cable is formed by twisting multiple strands of wires together; every conductor is being carefully designed so that particular signal can pass through. The screws that mount the cable and plug, forces apply onto them will affect the transmission of signal. We have done extensive tests and came up with the optimum tension, this tension become one of the standards of T-Adler cable parameters.T-Adler engineers realized that cables play a crucial part of the audio system, they rack their brains and energy to develop a full series of cables to users, making sure they can full experience the advantages brought by T-Adler cables. T-Adler provides power cable, signaling cable, digital cable and speaker cable. Our engineers knew that different users have different specifications; therefore for the above types of cables, we provide 4 grades from high to low, Hercules, Caesar, Alexander and Napoleon.


Cryogenic Treatment of Metal

During the cooling phase of wire manufacturing process, molecules will align in a haphazard pattern which will cause obstacles and slow down the flow of electrons. In terms of music, this will cause noise and reduce the quality of audio. The process of cryogenic treatment takes the advantages of extreme cold temperature, temperature below 93.15 K, through the removal of kinetic energy, the molecules will reduce the vibrating motion and align in a more uniform and compact structure. This process permanently change the structure of wire and do not deteriorate over time when return to ambient temperature.




Skin effect increases with the increase in frequency.


It increases with the increase in diameter of the conductor

The shape of the conductor

Skin effect is more in the solid conductor and less in the stranded conductor because the surface area of the solid conductor is more.

Type of material

Skin effect increase with the increase in the permeability of the material (Permeability is the ability of material to support the formation of the magnetic field).



Noise in our system

Currently, everybody is happy and using mobile phones, Wi-Fi, LED-lights and many other electronic devices based on switching power supplies.For this reason, the electromagnetic pollution has never been so high!All of these create some Electromagnetic interference.Electromagnetic interference generates unwanted noise that reduces drastically the performance of your Audio/Video setup.Noise such as Electrostatic discharge ( ESD), Radio frequency interference ( RFI ) and Electromagnetic interference ( EMI ) as well as High-frequency noise, thus releasing hidden audio details which were being covered by the noise before.

Benefit of Cryogenic Treatment

Cryogenic treatment means to reduce the temperature of the cable to below −190 °C (−310 °F) to remove residual stresses. The process also will give a more extended part life, less failure due to cracking, improved thermal properties, better electrical properties including less electrical resistance, and a reduced coefficient of friction.

Functions of the power cable in the system

The impact of the power supply on electrical components - AC power is like water flowing out of a large water tank, flowing through dozens of feet of power hoses into the components. A lot of sound enthusiasts mean that the component is located at the end of the system. In fact, the assembly is located between two power conductors : the fire line and the zero line. The AC power supply oscillates back and forth (alternately) at a frequency of 50-60 Hz. Therefore, the power supply is not injected into the component at all. The power supply for the component is located in a complex network of wires and connectors. All wires and connectors affect, and do affect, the performance of the component power supply.

The Power Cable is a part of the circuitry

A lot of sound enthusiasts think there are up to 50 feet of wires on the wall, so the last 5 feet of the cord can't be any different. In fact " " the power cord is not the last 5 feet, but the first 5 feet from the component point of view.

Where is Electrical interference and the EMI

Most of the EMI that affects the audio quality of the system is generated by the audio components themselves. Electromagnetic waves propagating in space consume power at the square of the distance from the source not from the EMI from the outside
In addition, very high frequencies propagated through the power supply circuit can not survive for a long time. Due to the high inductance of the power line, the power line presents a high impedance to the MHz and GHz signals.

Capacitance in the power cable

Many audiophile users believe that a high-end power cord will only increase the capacitance of the circuit, making it a high-frequency shunt, " some power cable are designed in this way." Some even insert capacitors inside the cable to further increase the capacitance. This approach has many advantages, but also many disadvantages, including reactive interference to many power supply design methods.

The length of the power cable

Because the power cable consists of hot and neutral wires between components, changing the length of the wire increases the size of the"buffer"around the component "Generally, I don't recommend using a power cord shorter than 3 feet or 1 meter in length, but the subtlety of audio performance isn't the only consideration when combining audio systems, especially when the system is located in a beautiful home where aesthetics are also important.Performance differences so that people can make an informed decision when determining the optimal length of the cable.