Our long-standing experience in hi-fi cables manufacturing has taught us that there is always some space for improvement and doing something better. If there are people who suppose otherwise, they are certainly wrong. New technologies, brilliant notions, inventions... We keep our finger on the pulse.
A design phase is inextricably linked with research. We do most of the development research on our own. Moreover, we consistently extend our research base and incorporate new companies which closely cooperate with Audiomica Laboratory. The companies give us access to measuring equipment and newest technologies which are unobtainable for us.
Theory not always goes hand in hand with practice and thus after the laboratory research all the prototypes go to our listening room. In this room the final verification takes place. After this practical session, the prototypes go again through all the preproduction stages: idea, design, research and finally back to the listening room. Our analysis shows that only 20% of the prototypes successfully go through all the preproduction stages.
Despite the fact that we own plenty of listening equipment in a properly adopted acoustic room, we have also decided to lend the prototypes to a test group. We have practiced it since we introduced our Excellence Series. After we receive feedback from our test group, we implement all necessary changes and send the improved versions back for further evaluation. Tests carried out in over twenty different hi-fi systems resulted in an award from High Fidelity Magazine: Best Product 2012. The list of testers is not closed yet and we successively widen their number at each Warsaw Audio Show.
Hemat Gold is made of cables used in turntable arms. A combination of an active screen and a DFSS filter provide a great solution for low-level signal transmission. The cable consists of four wires; each made of 10 microconductors. Thanks to its structure, the cable can transmit a lossless signal form a turntable to a preamplifier. It is crucial considering microcurrent differences between turntable cartridges.
A low signal level from a cartridge requires a special approach to the design of turntable cables. Quartz Reference as a conductor uses wires that are almost identical to the cabling of a turntable arm, which creates a synergy of transmitted signals. The cable consists of eight helical twisted wires; each wire is made of 18 OFC microconductors.