The Ferrari and Rolls Royce of Cables?
Somewhere in the maze of air-walled convention cells in the Sands, I stumbled upon PSC Audio's Pure Silver Connection cable. Handmade in Perth, Australia using the finest, purest Australian silver one can find6Ns, or 99.99997% pureeach cable receives three to six annealing heating and cooling treatments (without cryogenically freezing) to increase the length of silver crystals, thereby increasing conductivity by 20% over untreated silver.
Way back in 1999 or so, Larry Greenhill reviewed one of the company's handmade silver-alloy cables. Then, the line was small. Now there are over 100 models and 230 prototypes. Each cable is custom-tailored to a client's individual needs, with different technology employed for left and right channels. While entry-level handmade cables are priced up to $1000, the company's Super Hi-end Silver Gold Stella MK2 can cost up to $60,000 for a pair of interconnects. Gosh, would I love to hear a few pairs of these in my system. I could always renegotiate the mortgage our house, and then use the cables I purchased to hang myself before the spouse found out what I'd done.
After some years without a US distributor, PSC Audio is just starting to become available here via Jin Woo Kim's Bono Audio of southern California Otherwise, PSC Audio's main market remains Australia, Korea, and Europe.