When stripped of all noise, all electronic haze, sound reveals its true nature.
Inserting a single Nataraja Series cable into your system will uncover new deeper levels of information in a highly musical fashion. Adding more will result in an entirely new appreciation of the music you listen to.
The Nataraja series interconnect cables utilize four nines pure silver ribbons that are subjected to multiple treatments and then wrapped with a total of twenty four layers of natural and proprietary space age insulating materials, including four copper foil shields with 51 drain wires on each shield. Construction is painstaking and requires long hours. The resulting interconnect cable is an oval 1 7/8" X 1" in cross section. Avoiding the use of synthetic materials wherever possible is intrinsic to our design philosophy.
The Nataraja Series Speaker Cables consist of two separate 1 1/2" X 1/2" cross section cable assemblies per side and are somewhat more flexible. (Four distinct cable assemblies comprise a pair.) Both speaker and interconnect cables employ reinforced flexible ends for longevity and ease of use. Pure solid silver spade lugs are employed to ensure the tightest fit and greatest transference of energy.
Refusing to accept limitation...
It is our position that a cable either functions properly or it does not. While some adopt the philosophy that one should use cabling to tune the deficiencies of a system, balancing dark equipment with bright cable etc., we take different approach: Often a given system may sound musical and beautiful in its current incarnation. It is not until we replace the cables in that system that we realize what we have been missing.
Envision the peaks and valleys of a waveform as a landscape. Now picture the peaks obscured by haze and the valleys filled with low lying fog. The haze and fog represent subtle noise (noise beyond the range of hearing) that interferes with the perception of the very finest details - the finer waves riding the larger waves riding the larger waves etc. Before the insertion of properly functioning cables into a system, the listener may think he or she is seeing the entire vista, having only ever experienced it in this fogbound condition. When the sun emerges and the fog burns off for the very first time, the details that define the landscape are revealed. When we have such an experience in nature we are awestruck.
This type of transformation occurs even in systems of rarefied quality. On the other hand, mid-level systems can exhibit higher levels of performance than was thought possible. This experience, repeated over and over again has led us to the following conclusions:
The source(s) of shortcomings in systems are not always obvious
The potential of any given system is generally far beyond what we now experience from it.
When it comes to delivering high resolution and musicality, cables should be considered as equal partners with the other components in a system.
Even in this day and age their are those who consider cables to be of lesser importance , but our experience bears out that cables are always a major contributor to the quality of a system's sound. This is in no way to belittle the importance of choosing a high quality source and preamplifier. Indeed the higher the quality up front, the greater the potential of the system, but without super high quality cables, including power cables, much of the greatness of your source, preamplifier or amplifier will be lost before it ever reaches the speakers. One may also find that deficiencies formerly attributed to equipment have been addressed and ameliorated by replacing the cables currently in use.