The cables’ signal conductor material is made from the purest copper and they are configured in the patented Octo DNA Helix design, which is intended to minimize the electromagnetic loss. The cables for review are 2.5-m long with stereo banana-to-banana termination. At its MSRP of $1550 for a pair, they are not cheap, but in the high-end audio world they are not at the extreme end of the price spectrum either. Do they bring worthy sonic improvement to one’s audio system commensurate with their price? Find out in my upcoming review report on these cables.
See the complete review of the Wireworld Eclipse 7 Speaker Cables