Lavricables – their Master line offers great materials, lots of customization, and promises superb performance. How do they stack to other cables on the market at $279?
Eletech Prudence looks like a solid mid-tier silver-plated copper wire from a reputable manufacturer. But is it really worth its $249 asking price? I'm intent on finding it out, so strap in and lets get my first cable review started.
The Apollo GB is the new flagship by the aftermarket cable wizards, Cross Lambda. It uses three different types of conductors and the Quadruple Shielding technology. The price is set at an astonishing $6000.
The Eclipse is the new silver upgrade cable by Astral Acoustics. It's built of 24 AWG type 4 Litz 5n silver and its price is set at $950.
The Inferno is the first cable meant for full-size headphones by Eletech. It's an OCC copper cable, and it starts at $749.
The Vidar Alter is an aftermarket IEM cable by Erua Audio. Their flagship model, Tawa has won our "Best Cable Of The Year 2021", so they definitely know how to craft great cables. The Vidar Alter is made of OFC Copper, and it's priced at around $280.
Cross Lambda Stardust 5 is an upgrade IEM cable made from silver-plated and gold-plated copper. It costs ~600USD.
Cross Lambda Ignite Pro is a new budget offering from this well-known cable manufacturer. It is an IEM cable made of copper that costs $120.
Kotori Audio Epsilon is a pure OCC copper upgrade cable for IEMs. Its price starts at $299.90.
Erua Audio Miro is a serious upgrade cable made of silver-plated copper. It's priced at 4888 Hongkong dollars, which is about 630USD.