Extra Flexibility for Tight Spaces: U.S.A.-Made Shunyata Venom-X EF Power Cable Improves Pacing, Dynamics, Clarity, Tonality, and More
Yes, the extra-flexible Shunata Venom-X EF power cable snakes into extremely tight spaces and turns at extreme angles. Yet the biggest incentives of Venom-X EF relate to the improvements it delivers to any component to which it’s connected. Featuring the same silver-copper VTX-Ag conductors and fluorocarbon dielectrics in Shunyata’s reference Alpha and Sigma cables, this mid-level breakthrough delivers arresting performance marked by balanced tones, rhythmic dynamics, and effortless pacing.
Equipped with a flat CopperCONN connector, Venom-X EF can be used with components that have constrained or obstructed power-cable entrances. You can literally wrap this premium power cable around a soda can, making it ideal for snaking into tight spaces or turning at extreme angles. Venom-X EF's 10-gauge conductors and non-reactive design make it compatible with high-power amplifiers and a wide variety of components. You'll hear enhanced clarity, an overall natural tone, improved low-level resolution, a more balanced presentation, and an increase in dynamic range and loudness without strain.
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Shunyata VTX-Ag cables are uniquely constructed with both an inner, center conductor (made of pure silver) and an outer concentric ring conductor made of pure copper. The cable is made using the finest fluorocarbon insulation to minimize dielectric absorption and re-radiation; this design results in an improvement in resolution and clarity. VTX-Ag delivers the speed and clarity of silver — and the midrange warmth and three-dimensional power in the lower octaves of copper — all without imparting any of the negative qualities associated with either metal.
Fluorocarbon dielectrics enable Venom-X EF to deliver crystal-clear transient detail. Fluorocarbon dielectrics are typically found in wire used in the aerospace industry, satellites, and extremely expensive audiophile cabling. The properties include very low dielectric absorption, high dielectric strength, and exceptional heat resistance. In hi-fi power cables, this engineering element reduces the perception of dynamic compression.