Our Verdict The Hero serves up a detailed and lively sound with tightly controlled bass, but it lacks the sonic punch of the best For Detailed and lively sound tightly controlled bass Against Lacks some punch and authority Reviewed on 19th July 2011 For the most part, the Russ Andrews/Kimber Hero interconnect lives up to its name. Sitting in the mid-range of the market, the sturdily built Hero does a lot right, conveying a lively, well-integrated sound with a smooth, silky treble, insightful midrange and surefooted bass. Detail and subtlety are also top-notch, with this Kimber picking out the finer points of Mahler’s Symphony No.2 with ease. Against Chord’s Chameleon Silver Plus though, the Hero lacks some punch and authority and that’s why it loses the fifth star. See all our interconnect reviews More after the break Follow whathifi.com on Twitter Join whathifi.com on Facebook Related News Chord Company debuts new Sarum T cable range Tue, 21 Feb 2017, 02:46pm Weekend Wrap: Sony PS4; QED cable; Panasonic TVs and V-Moda headphones Fri, 26 Jun 2015, 01:57pm CES 2015: Naim Audio reveals Super Lumina interconnects and cables Fri, 09 Jan 2015, 11:19am The Chord Company introduces C-line interconnect with ARAY techniques Thu, 06 Nov 2014, 12:52pm The Chord Company launches Epic Reference cable Fri, 13 Dec 2013, 11:28am Accessories Audio interconnects (analogue) Kimber Hero Russ Andrews Stay on top of your sound with What Hi-Fi? in your inbox every week Thank you for registering for our Newsletter We will send you relevant emails and updates.