BLACK RHODIUM: Concerto interconnects – test review

An extract: There really is something fundamentally very right about these cables. While many current cables sound hyped in one direction or another, for example being lightning fast yet thin, or richly smooth yet dynamically restrained, the Black Rhodium Concerto sounds neutral and accurate while retaining a full tonality to deliver a cohesive, engaging and […]

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BLACK RHODIUM: Friday Sale (From The 24th Of November 2017)

      They tell us: We are a British Cabling company who specialises in the design, manufacture and distribution of high quality Audio and visual cables Formed in 2002 by Graham Nalty as a continuation of his many years of experience in the Hi-Fi industry. Black Rhodium has become synonymous with high quality reproduction […]

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BLACK RHODIUM: The Foxtrot And QuickStep Loudspeaker Cables

They say ….. The design of the Black Rhodium FOXTROT and QUICKSTEP loudspeaker cables was inspired by Black Rhodium dealer’s comment on the new Black Rhodium Thunder loudspeaker cable. He mentioned that “whenever we use any other speaker cable, we always go back to Thunder”. The same dealer stocks the full range of Black Rhodium […]

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BLACK RHODIUM: For sale – Gladiator DCT++ Speaker Cable 3.0m pair. Unused

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BLACK RHODIUM: Are your speaker cable wires too close together to appreciate the quality of your hi-fi system?

Basic Electrical theory tells us that when two parallel wires are placed close to each other, the current flowing in one wire will affect the current carrying performance of the other. This is known as the ‘Proximity Effect’. In most loudspeaker cables, the positive and negative wires are often spaced closely together, the distance between […]

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