Acoustic-Ref-Speaker

TESLA LE Acoustic Reference Speaker Cables combine one high current Tricon geometry, one high current Acoustic geometry, Quantum Tunneling, and Zero Capactance Active Shielding, for a unique blend of air and inner detail, with mid-range bloom and low frequency weight. This is the perfect speaker cable for speakers and systems seeking warmth with air and inner detail. When run with solid state electronics, the TESLA LE Acoustic Reference presents a mid-range and low frequency bloom reminiscent of the best tube systems, without sacrificing detail or speed. TESLA LE Acoustic Reference Speaker Cables can be combined with TESLA LE Accelerator Interconnects when mid-rannge bloom and warmth are desired, for enhanced air detail. Or, an all Acoustic Reference system can produce the ultimate in mid-range clarity and liquid holographic presence. Available in silver spade or gold BFA banana terminations, and IFT Bi-Wire.

The new Active TESLA LE speaker cables feature the ability to change the voicing of your system via three different Active Shielding circuits, called “Enigma Bullets”. Each circuit features a different sonic characteristic:

• Silver Module = Open and airy
Black Module = Warm and rich
Grey Module = A hybrid of both the Black and Silver

The “Enigma Bullets” enables you to fine tune any component for a perfect system match.

“Enigma” Active Shielding Tuning Circuits.

Usage: Can be run full range or single run bi-wire. For higher performance bi-wire applications, combine with an Accelerator Speaker Wire running to the lower frequency binding posts in a “shotgun” configuration.

Active Shielding: TESLA Zero Capacitance Active Shielding is the ultimate in detail and transparency, with linear active geometries for mid-range warmth, liquidity and three dimensionality of soundstage.

Geometry: 1 High Current Tricon / 1 High Current Acoustic Conductors: 3 x PMC Silver / 2 x Select Silver Matrix

Colors: Stealth Black or White Dragon

Terminations: BFA banana or spade (standard and IFT Bi-Wire configurations)

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Click Here for more information about Integrated Frequency Transmission (IFT).

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