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New. Cardas Audio launches Clear Cygnus.
« on: March 14, 2017, 06:27:31 AM »


As we celebrate the 30th anniversary of Cardas Audio, we're proud to introduce a new line of Clear cables - Clear Cygnus Interconnect, Phono & Speaker.  The Clear Cygnus cables feature our finest Cardas Copper, and Matched Propagation conductors. 

Cygnus Interconnect


Clear Cygnus Interconnect benefits greatly from the latest developments in the Clear product line, including a more economical version of Clear Beyond Interconnect's air-tube suspension. This cable replaces Clear Light and brings added performance to the table without adding much to the price. Clear Cygnus is more detailed, but also slightly richer with better low frequency performance. Clear Cygnus performs well in any system at any length, in both single ended and balanced configurations. If you want Cardas musicality but with a neutral tonal balance, look no further.

Cygnus Phono

Its quad-axial conductor arrangement allow Clear Cygnus to be configured as a high performance phono cable - the most affordable phono cable in the Clear range.   Cygnus Phono is detailed without any hint of harshness, and has great low frequency performance. Clear Cygnus will help bring your analog to life.

Cygnus Speaker

It wasn't easy to improve upon Clear Light Speaker without giving up it's incredible value, but we did it! Clear Cygnus is more revealing, more holographic, and more refined. Matched Propagation conductors help to provide a very open and dynamic sound. In addition, Cygnus can be internally bi-wired, which wasn't an option with Clear Light.

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