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Hi-Con C2C2-0075 review

This is the first cable we've had from German manufacturer Hi-Con - it's solid enough, but you can buy better for less Tested at £50

Our Verdict

A perfectly acceptable cable, but you can buy better for less

For

  • Some good detail
  • tonally even
  • well made

Against

  • Lacks attack and substance
  • cluttered sound

This German brand is a new one to our test rooms. Hi-Con’s HIA C2C2-0075 feels like a solid piece of kit that’s designed to last.

There’s decent detailing here – it’s capable of picking out subtlety from Goldfrapp’s loping Cologne Cerrone Houdini, and while it’s a touch insubstantial sounding, it’s quite tonally even.

When it comes to dynamics, we’d like more attack from the Hi-Con, although it’s capable enough.

The same applies to its coherence, with the sound appearing cluttered at times.

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