Black Rhodium Fusion power cable


Black Rhodium Fusion power cable

from 190.00

Fusion mains power cable offers many opportunities for upgrading music playing audio systems.

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Fusion mains power cable offers many opportunities for upgrading music playing audio systems.

Every aspect of the design of fusion mains power cable is directed at improving sound quality and enhancing your listening experience.

Silver plated copper conductors are used because they deliver some of the superior sound of pure silver wire at a fraction of the cost.

Fusion uses silicone rubber insulation for its low dielectric absorption. Dielectric absorption occurs when energy in a conductor charges the insulation and later discharges back into the cable. This effect created highly audible time-smearing distortion.

A special feature is that the positive and negative cores are arranged in opposite ‘direction’ by labelling the insulation. Experience shows that this results in a lower noise floor and gives ‘blacker’ silences between individual notes.

A comment on the benefits of using Fusion was made in 2015 in Hi-Fi Choice magazine.

“a sense of greater spaciousness around each instrument that helps me to appreciate that the orchestra is composed of a number of individual instruments . . . . .” (Hi-Fi Choice, May 2015)

Almost every sound component in a sound system can be improved in sound by using Fusion including amplifiers, CD players, radios and TVs, portable hi-fi, turntables and all power supplies.


- Silver plated copper conductors for improved high frequency clarity
- 19 x 0.3mm diameter conductors with 13A power rating
- Low loss silicone rubber insulation for low dielectric absorption distortion
- 0.8mm insulation thickness to reduce ‘Proximity Effect’ magnetic field distortion
- Terminated cables include additional measures to reduce RFI and mechanical vibration distortion
- Distinctive yellow cable colour
- Cables can be supplied with Schuko plugs for Europe and UL plugs for USA
- Cables can also be supplied with C7 (2 PIN) or C19 (high current) IEC sockets