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Offline cleveland clive  
#1 Posted : 13 November 2021 12:59:25(UTC)
cleveland clive


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I am looking to purchase a 1 metre XLR terminated interconnect cable. Looking at what is available within a certain price range the Tellurium Ultra Black II interested me however I note there is a £150 price increase over the RCA terminated version, which is much larger than the usual extra cost for XLR.

Looking for a reason I observed the unusual length of the connector on the XLR terminated cable and it seemed to me to look like an RCA connector plugged into the back of a modified XLR plug albeit seemingly a one piece unit. It seems somewhat illogical that Tellurium would come up with this strange configuration.
Neutrik do an RCA to XLR adapter for about £20 to £25 a pair and I cannot help but consider buying the RCA terminated pair and the Neutrik adapters.
Is it possible the mystery content of the Tellurium cables (Graphene ?) does not lend itself to direct connection to XLR's.

All comments welcome on the Telluriums and the Neutrik adapters, cheers.
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