Big, powerful and dynamic, Copperhead also offers surprising transparency thanks to Audioquest’s PSC Copper conductors. Although it has the same geometry as Sidewinder, Copperhead uses more refined conductors, translating to a much smoother and more open presentation. At first glance, Copperhead's design looks like a traditional coaxial cable. However, PSC copper and many other very important differences each contribute to Copperhead's unprecedented ease and clarity in such an affordable cable.
Audioquest cables are legendary in audiophile circles for their neutrality and resolution. For 28 years, Audioquest has worked tirelessly to achieve sonic neutrality in all their cables, regardless of price. Ensuring that music flows unchanged and uncolored requires removing the myriad distortions that occur when a signal flows through a cable. To accomplish this, Audioquest bypassed conventional cable design and focused their efforts on both the physical properties and sonic characteristics of the conductors and connectors, as well as every other material used in the creation of their cables.