The experienced reviewer, Paul Rigby, 4th time in a row awarded Tellurium Q cable 10/10 exemplary score.

The experienced reviewer, Paul Rigby, 4th time in a row awarded Tellurium Q cable 10/10 exemplary score. In this occasion, 'the blame' goes to DIN-to-phono RCA Statement cable.

His words of praise are in superlative: "This DIN-to-phono cable retains all that is good about the original Statement cables that I recently reviewed elsewhere but, because it is so much closer to the source, it arguably makes a greater difference. It not only reduces noise and enhances dynamic reach but it sets new standards in music presentation because if restructures and enhances the sound-stage. In effect, music makes more sense. "

Just like the other Statement cables, the build quality and finish is the same for this cable while the technology follows the same themes.

The actual DIN termination plug does not include the right-angled shape that tends to be featured on many similar DIN designs. Regardless if this is to be considered as good or bad, it is something to bear in mind before any possible purchase.

The first impression, people say, is the apparent ease in how the music flow from the speakers. The result, smooth sense of ease, is partly down to the tonal balance exhibited across the entire sound-stage. Polished edges and the nonappearance of any sonic peaks make a relaxing listening period remarkably joyful.

In simple words, Statement cables have that potential to reduce the stress.

More than just stress relief, this cable is informative. The cymbal taps, for instance, are not just sharp sounds but they have a body and a presence. You can recognise the beginning, a middle and the end to such sounds which is enriched with a super mid-range clarity. When the hit is slightly harder, you can then hear an increase in the reverb originating from the same.


The experienced reviewer, Paul Rigby, 4th time in a row awarded Tellurium Q cable 10/10 exemplary score. In this occasion, 'the blame' goes to DIN-to-phono RCA Statement cable.

His words of praise are in superlative: "This DIN-to-phono cable retains all that is good about the original Statement cables that I recently reviewed elsewhere but, because it is so much closer to the source, it arguably makes a greater difference. It not only reduces noise and enhances dynamic reach but it sets new standards in music presentation because if restructures and enhances the sound-stage. In effect, music makes more sense. "

Just like the other Statement cables, the build quality and finish is the same for this cable while the technology follows the same themes.

The actual DIN termination plug does not include the right-angled shape that tends to be featured on many similar DIN designs. Regardless if this is to be considered as good or bad, it is something to bear in mind before any possible purchase.

The first impression, people say, is the apparent ease in how the music flow from the speakers. The result, smooth sense of ease, is partly down to the tonal balance exhibited across the entire sound-stage. Polished edges and the nonappearance of any sonic peaks make a relaxing listening period remarkably joyful.

In simple words, Statement cables have that potential to reduce the stress.

More than just stress relief, this cable is informative. The cymbal taps, for instance, are not just sharp sounds but they have a body and a presence. You can recognise the beginning, a middle and the end to such sounds which is enriched with a super mid-range clarity. When the hit is slightly harder, you can then hear an increase in the reverb originating from the same.


In this occasion, 'the blame' goes to DIN-to-phono RCA Statement cable.

His words of praise are in superlative: "This DIN-to-phono cable retains all that is good about the original Statement cables that I recently reviewed elsewhere but, because it is so much closer to the source, it arguably makes a greater difference. It not only reduces noise and enhances dynamic reach but it sets new standards in music presentation because if restructures and enhances the sound-stage. In effect, music makes more sense. "

Just like the other Statement cables, the build quality and finish is the same for this cable while the technology follows the same themes.

The actual DIN termination plug does not include the right-angled shape that tends to be featured on many similar DIN designs. Regardless if this is to be considered as good or bad, it is something to bear in mind before any possible purchase.

The first impression, people say, is the apparent ease in how the music flow from the speakers. The result, smooth sense of ease, is partly down to the tonal balance exhibited across the entire sound-stage. Polished edges and the nonappearance of any sonic peaks make a relaxing listening period remarkably joyful.

In simple words, Statement cables have that potential to reduce the stress.

More than just stress relief, this cable is informative. The cymbal taps, for instance, are not just sharp sounds but they have a body and a presence. You can recognise the beginning, a middle and the end to such sounds which is enriched with a super mid-range clarity. When the hit is slightly harder, you can then hear an increase in the reverb originating from the same.


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