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NOVAH OFHC

Type: Audio Interconnect



Novah's  construction consists of a twisted pair of  stranded, high purity OFHC tight pitch copper  cores insulated in high density HPE, which are then insulted in PTFE wrap followed by an Aluminum  Mylar shield and a  24-carrier tight pitch braid for 100% protection.

Following this we jacketed the cable in 105˙C degree RoHS certified PVC jacket and an anti-static (PET) monofilament sleeve.

The Novah  has an uncanny ability to bring a recording to life in an unrestrained and natural presentation true to the original performance and true to your components abilities.

The Novah like all of our cables goes through our  Ultra Sonic cleaning process where we run the raw copper through a water bath that is super charged to burn away dirt, oil, particles and impurities on the surface of the wire. This Ultra Sonic Bath also has the added unique effect of giving our cables a pre-burn sound that could take hundreds of hours to achieve through normal use. 

SPECIFICATION

● Conductor: OFHC High conductivity conductor
● Ultra Sonic-7™  electrically charged water bath
● Insulations: HPE Polyethlene Injection extrusion,
● Tight Pitch twisted pair  
● Shield: Aluminum kapton film
● Shield: Copper high pitch fine strand braid
● RoHS/Reach PVC jacket
● 1877 ZSP-7 with OCC copper pin assembly in 24k gold and PTFE  Insulator
● Sleeve 1: Polyethylene terephthalate (PET) monofilament sleeve with anti-static fibre

UltraSonic 7 High Voltage / Thermal Break-in
This is a two-stage process. In the first stage we draw the bare conductor through a ceramic die into an ultrasonic cleaning chamber that bombards the conductor with multiple ultrasonic frequencies. This emulsification process removes all debris from the surface of the wire down to the molecular level and leaves absolutely zero residues. After each individual wire is processed, we strand it into bundles and then subject the bundles to further treatment. During the second stage of the ultrasonic burn-in, we increase the voltage to a higher level that’s just below the threshold of the conductor. This adjustment in temperature allows us to get a unique “break-in effect” normally associated with cables that have had 30 to 40 hours of signal and/or current run through them.



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