Tin-plated copper conductors are used for a long term electrical stability while providing better sonic focus. The treated natural fiber dielectric absorbs micro vibrations to control resonance while restricting electromagnetic interactions. The sleeve is made out of dielectric paper, a rubbery material for its absorption qualities when it comes to neutralizing resonances. A tinned copper braided shield is also used to restrict electromagnetic interactions.

 

Cryogenically treated Wattgate connectors are standard to ensure a reliable and secure connection. The cotton made external sleeve provides yet again more control in counteracting local resonances, while at the same time offering excellent flexibility.

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 Rubbery antiresonance insulation

*Luna Cables power cords inspection (QPS) is accredited by the Standards Council of Canada and recognized by the Régie du bâtiment du Québec (RBQ).