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'The .1' CS
(The Point One - Copper Sleeve)
4N OFC Conductors w/Teflon Dielectric
High-Flex Spiral Construction
Gold-Plated 98% Copper content plugs in my Aluminum housings
Various Finishing Sleeve Options (see pictures below)
5' Standard length - 63"/1.6m of wire used
Additional Length (per foot): $22
Shorter Length: $215 flat-rate
20 Amp IEC (Pure Copper w/o plating): + $20
What Clients Say About The Product:
"Never in my 35 years in this crazy hobby have I gotten such dramatic increases in performance"
"The improvement in sound quality is worth every dollar and then some."
"Immaculate workmanship... reduces the noise floor virtually down to nil."
The story of 'The .1' CS
Let me preface this by sharing a few blurbs about earlier versions of 'The .1' (The Point One):
- First up, there was 'The .1' v1. It featured three 7.5 AWG conductors, Rhodium-Plated plugs in Poly-Carbonate housings, a specially treated fiberglass sleeve to combat EMI/RFI... and a nearly 3" (!) finished circumference. It was a killer cable, but only for guys willing to deal with the lack of flexibility and/or the sheer size. Let's just say that taming "The Beast" was not an easy task
- I needed to address the elephant (trunk) in the room, so next up was 'The .1' v2. I adjusted the design of the outer jackets, resulting in increased performance and decreased bulk and weight versus the v1. The v2 was practically spaghetti in terms of flexibility, the plugs were upgraded to Platinum-Plated, and the treated fiberglass sleeve was upgraded to a thicker/heavier version
- That brings us to this version, 'The .1' CS (The Point One - Copper Sleeve). It builds on the lessons learned from my earlier cables, and features upgraded shielding, plugs, and plug housings. It is made with five 9.5 AWG [104 x 30 AWG stranded] 4N OFC conductors; two used for the "Hot" & "Neutral" lines to make them 6.5 AWG each, and one used for a 9.5 AWG ground
I now use an all-Aluminum plug chassis and Gold-plated 4N Copper plugs, which contain a feature that allows me to ground the plug chassis. While the Aluminum chassis are heavier than the Poly-Carbonate housings I previously used, the plugs have an even tighter fit in your outlet(s), so no worries.
In addition to the grounded plug chassis, there is a high coverage braided Copper sleeve, which I ground only on the wall plug end to avoid creating a ground loop. The combination of the grounded plug chassis and braided Copper sleeve all but eliminates EMI/RFI noise, which makes for an even lower noise floor than my earlier models.
The result is a highly flexible and fully shielded "jack-of-all-trades" workhorse. While it's not quite at the performance level of its big brother, 'The 5' (a.k.a. "GODZILLA"), the fantastic feedback for this cable continues to pour in from clients as far away as Slovenia and Israel, and for components ranging from music servers to power amps, making it a true universal success.
'The .1' CS is ready to be thrown in to the most demanding environments imaginable, as it was originally designed for a client living 2 doors down from a very noisy power sub-station, and running 1kw mono-blocks. He is also a huge Liam Neeson fan, so he nicknamed this version "The Grey" (I used grey sleeve on his cables) and said of this cable (while mixing movie references), "it has a very particular set of skills..." I think he meant it had the ability to make him regret buying other cables, but I'm not sure...