Siltech Stockholm Video/Digital Cables

5/5 (1 Reviews)


Product Description

Can easily be self terminated in Nroadcasting and Recording Studio environment. Extreme integrety of signal and transmission line behaviour, even under extreme pressure or stress. Siltech supplies fitting connectors.


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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by juan a AudioPhile

Date Reviewed: March 3, 2012

Bottom Line:   
Super bargain hi-end digital cable. Mine is one meter long, and was bought second hand to an UK ebay shop two months ago. It came with BNC connectors, so I branched it to NAD S500 cd player (endowed with such an BNC output) and one of the RCA inputs in my Electrocompaniet ECD 1 dac (adding an OEHLBACH BNC/RCA adaptor). Output goes into a gorgeous Pioneer A 9 integrated amp and LS are ProAc response 1). This cable provide a clean and holographic transcription, though a little thinner and somewhat less vivid than using a Siltech HF 9 G3 AES/EBU digital cable between the NAD AES/EBU output and the AES/EBU input of my DAC. Anyway, this cable provides an amazingly beautiful, delicate and detailed rendition of music. Costing less than 100 dollars, it is an awsome bargain. It compares well even with my Siltech Golden Ridge mk 1 (which gives a more opulent and colourful sound, like a Rembrandt painting, while the reviewed Stockholm is like a Dürer's gravure, extremely detailed, magical and almost poetical, but less vivid). Other digital cables used for comparison: by Ixos, Supra, Monster, (all below this siltech) ELCO ultimate (better than this mxt siltech) and HF 9 G3 and Golden Ridge by Siltech (better , but both much more expensive).

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Used product for:   1 to 3 months

Duration Product Used:   AudioPhile

Product model year:   2006




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