patented Goertz MI cable, invented by Ole Goertz, a Danish
electronics and audio engineer, eliminates distortion between
amplifier and loudspeakers. Patented in 20 countries, Goertz wire is
flat by design. It's form follows function, in the best design
tradition. Using the dielectrics Polyester Terapthalate and Teflon
applied around each solid rectangular conductor, Alpha-Core achieved
an extraordinarily thin profile between the two stacked wires. To
provide maximum protection while maintaining thinness, the cable
sandwich is then sheathed in tough, high grade polymer. The result
is a wire with a characteristic impedance that closely matches the
impedance of loudspeakers.
Goertz MI wire presents 2 to 4 ohms characteristic impedance as
opposed to the 50 to 200 ohms presented by even the most expensive
speaker cables. This correct electrical matching results in improved
stereo imaging, better clarity, less high-frequency roll off and
better low frequency definition. These cables are known to have the
"lowest characteristic impedance in the world."
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