Altas Cables adds two new interconnects to Hyper range

Atlas Hyper inteconnects

Atlas Cables has announced two new stereo interconnects as part of the company's Hyper range.

Hand-made at the company's factory in Kilmarnock, the Hyper MK II Asymmetrical and Hyper Symmetrical cables are unbalanced and balanced respectively.

Both cables use copper cabling with 99.9997% purity and claim to provide 100% rejection of radio frequency interference.

Atlas Cables own patented gold-plated copper RCA plugs provide the terminations on both cables, and are finished in a high-gloss silver.

With custom lengths available to order, the Hyper MK II Asymmetrical is available in RCA or BNC form for £160 for a 1 metre pair, while the Hyper Symmetrical cable is available as a 1m RCA cable for £250 or a 1m XLR pair for £375.

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