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Black Rhodium Harmony review

Despite the name, this eye-catching interconnect doesn't allow for musical harmony Tested at £60.00

Our Verdict

Eye-catching, certainly, but the Harmony isn't the sharpest performer

For

  • Powerful sound

Against

  • Shades of sibilance in vocals

One thing's for sure, this bright orange, intertwined interconnect will stand out in any system. The Harmony is a clear step up from budget interconnects such as the TCI Tiger II, offering a greater sense of power, heft and detail.

However, the top end sounds bright and overly sweet. It really dominates the guitar and vocals of Rhianna's Good Girl Gone Bad, distracting you from the rest of the track. It even introduces sibilance to her voice, making every 's' stick out like a sore thumb.

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