Chord Company has released its hand-built Epic USB cable, which uses shielded, silver-plated copper conductors terminated by UK-made ultra-low-resistance silver-plated copper Ohmic connectors. [Pictured above, click image to enlarge.]
Based in Wiltshire in Great Britain, Chord Company has been hand-building A/V cables since 1984. ‘Chord Company created the new Epic USB based on lessons its learned from its recently developed Signature Super Aray USB,’ said Philip Sawyer, of Synergy Audio Visual, which distributes Chord Company cables in Australia, ‘so its sonic performance is, in fact, only fractionally behind that of the original Signature USB.’
In Australia, Epic USB cables are priced at $800 for a one metre length, and come with a lifetime warranty.
For more information, contact Synergy Audio Visual