Chord Company is bringing its latest XLPE insulation technology to Hi-Fi and home cinema fans on a budget, with the launch of C-screenX, the British A/V cable specialist’s latest loudspeaker product to benefit from the new dielectric.
C-screenX is a cost-effective loudspeaker cable which brings Chord Company quality to an even wider range of AV enthusiasts. At just 9 mm in diameter and fully shielded, its narrow profile means it can be easily hidden around room edges or buried away in custom installations. C-screenX is flexible enough to route around corners with ease and its white outer jacket (which protects the shielding), also makes it virtually invisible against white skirting boards.
Featuring multi-stranded oxygen-free copper conductors and insulated with Chord Company’s new XLPE (Cross Linked Polythene), C-screenX is arranged in a twisted-pair configuration to reduce interference and then enclosed in a PVC casing which reduces mechanical noise and spaces the conductors correctly.
C-screenX has the same beneficial sonic characteristics as Chord Company’s other shielded speaker cables and brings real performance benefits to AV systems where interference can seriously affect sound quality. At just £7.50 per metre and with the strong performance one might expect from a Chord Company cable, C-screenX is ideal for larger home cinema projects, where often complex cable-runs are the norm; it performs well over longer runs and is install-friendly.
C-screenX forms part of Chord Company’s award-winning entry-level C-series, which also offers analogue and digital interconnects, including USB, streaming and HDMI cables. Prices start at just £40 for the multi-award-winning C-line RCA.