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Atlas The Navigator review

If you like to seek out the most subtle sounds, the Navigator is ideal Tested at £180.00

Our Verdict

If you like to explore the subtleties of a track, this could be the cable for you

For

  • Attention to musical detail

Against

  • An over-analytical listening experience

What Hi-Fi? Verdict

If you like to explore the subtleties of a track, this could be the cable for you

Pros

  • + Attention to musical detail

Cons

  • - An over-analytical listening experience

If you like to go through songs with a fine-toothed comb, searching out every little nuance, then the Atlas Navigator could be for you. It's a very insightful, revealing interconnect that takes great pleasure in drawing your attention to all the subtleties in a track.

While this ability is to be applauded, your listening experience changes from emotional to analytical. It also doesn't quite have the fluidity and get-up-and-go of interconnects like Russ Andrews' Crystal Cu.

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