For the first time, the company's Taylon technology is incorporated into more 'affordable' products, although prices start at £1800.

Chord Company has launched the Sarum T range of analogue and digital cables. Comprising a mains power cable, analogue interconnect with RCA, XLR or DIN terminations, digital interconnect (S/PDIF, AES/EBU or BNC) and speaker cable with banana or spade connections, the range uses Chord's proprietary Taylon insulation material in a drive for a major performance upgrade over the company's existing Sarum range.

Until now, Taylon has been reserved for use in Chord's flagship ChordMusic range. Sarum T brings the technology down into a more affordable range of products.

 

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Of course, 'affordable' is a relative term. The Sarum T range starts at £1800 for a 1.5m pair of speaker cables, while the audio interconnects (both analogue and digital) start at £2100 per metre. So the system you're joining together had better be something special.

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Comments

SolarGlider's picture

When the cable is more expensive than the device.

There is a sucker born every minute.

muljao's picture

Guys it's not the 1st of

Guys it's not the 1st of April yet

chrisr1718's picture

Affordable

Since when has £1800 been affordable? Ridiculous!!