A stereo interconnect with a high level of transparency, ideally suited to improving mid-level systems.
OCC (Ohno Continuous Casting) process was developed by Professor Ohno, from the Chiba Institute of Technology, to manufacture a very high purity single grain copper or silver. There are only a handful of companies in the world manufacturing via this method.
Hyper employs OCC (Ohno Continuous Casting) high purity copper conductors with a PEF (Foamed Polyethylene) dielectric, This design and construction combines wide bandwidth with excellent resistance to RFI (Radio Frequency Interference), which can raise noise levels, resulting in a loss of low level detail, in a poorly shielded cable, The Hyper Integra is fitted with Atlas’ self-cleaning (just remove and insert it to clean the contact areas) Integra RCA plug. The low-mass Integra connector features a solder-free, cold-weld connection, optimised to create a coherent, continuous signal path.
The end result is a natural-sounding interconnect which achieves a large open soundstage and fine levels of resolution without any sense of exaggerated ‘detail’ which is superficially impressive but quickly fatiguing to listen to.
The Hyper range includes DIN & XLR termination options, digital interconnects plus stereo & bi-wire speaker cables.
Atlas Hyper Integra comprises:
- Coaxial Design,
- 99.9999% Purity (!) Ohno Continuous Casting Copper Conductor,
- Polyethylene PEF Dielectric, 9mm Outside Diameter
- Twin-Layer 99.99% Purity Oxygen Free Copper Shielding (94.2% Shield)
- Solder-free Integra RCA Connectors