Cable design is carried out around the limitations of the industrial processes that are available to cable designers. Big-name and no-name brands alike have their
cables manufactured through mechanized processes thousands of meters at a time by subcontractors. They are bound to these modes of manufacture and industrial
processes that limit ultimate geometry and use of specific materials. Though trying to employ methods to minimise these obvious weaknesses ultimately they still
land up working within the very limited confines of the industrial processes at their disposal. This is unfortunately the general reality of audiophile cable
manufacture barring a few exceptions worldwide.
Neutralis is not bound by such constraints since it is hand crafted from beginning to end. Geometry is not limited by mechanised processes but rather by attempting
to achieve theoretical limits of cable design.
THE PROLOGUE (Power Cables)
THE PROGRESS (Interconnect Cables)
THE PROPAGATION (Loudspeaker Cables)