The main problem for loudspeaker cable is the electrical characteristic called inductance. Inductance is the tendency of an electrical conductor to oppose a change in the electric current flowing through it. To make a speaker cable that is truly perfect, we must make sure that the cable design has a conductor configuration that is extremely low in inductance.
To this end, the positive and negative conductors must be close together, preferably in a ribbon configuration. The GSC 36 is an innovative and advanced design in loudspeaker cable technology having ideal electrical characteristics to transfer the musical signal without the need for phase correcting filter networks. Exotic materials are employed to create a sonic signature never heard before such as PTFE (Teflon®) and silver bearing copper conductors. Available in two models, the GSC 36 and the GSC 18.
An anti-resonance transmission design ensures total neutrality of signal transfer with any amplifier and loudspeaker.
Highest quality Teflon® insulation maintains an unvarying 2:1 dielectric constant from dc to 100 megahertz.
A current capacity of 100 amperes rms and 500 amperes peak ensures capability for ultra-power applications.
Each conductor run is equivalent to a number 4 gauge wire.
The same design and materials as in the GSC 36 but with half the conductors; however, with more than half of the performance. In listening tests and measurements, the GSC 18 has high current capacity and power not heard in competitive cables.
Each conductor run is equivalent to a number 8 gauge wire. The perfect choice for separate run bi-wire applications.