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Atlas Hyper 75 review

Atlas's austere looking Hyper 75 is more than competent, but we found it a little too guarded for our tastes

Our Verdict

More then competent, but sonically guarded as well

For

  • Neutral tonal balance
  • subtle
  • great detailing

Against

  • Too cautious by half

Atlas's thin, austere looking Hyper 75 responds to a dose of Glen Campbell with spot-on timing, and a supremely neutral tonal balance, packed with detail and subtlety.

But this cable is more cautious than a man on a high-wire, and dynamically guarded when it needs to be expressive. At this price, we'd expect more bang for our buck.

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