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Ultra Blue II Mains Cable From Tellurium Q - The Audiophile Man
A kind of blue? Yes, indeed. In fact we’re looking at a sequel, version two of the company’s Blue mains cable. Paul Rigby reviews… The Ultra Blue II mains cable is seen as Tellurium Q’s entry-level mains product. Next up from this model is the Black, for example. I remember reviewing the original Blue main cables way back an being impressed. I seem to recall that review was completed for the UK hi-fi national magazine, HiFi World. Hence, I was eager to see if there was any sign of sonic improvements from the new model. In appearance, you’d be pushed to spot any difference at all. Except for the badge exclaiming Ultra Blue II, that is. As for technical insights? Don’t hold your breath. Don’t forget that Tellurium Q keep their mouths firmly shut on the basis that, as soon as they tell me their secrets, their competitors will soon read about it and, bang, any sonic advantage the company claim will be flushed down a plug hole. So, on that note, let’s try listening to the things. SOUND QUALITY I played both Nat ‘King’ Cole’s Autumn Leaves from Best Of…Vol.2 and a selection of tracks from Barclay James Harvest’s …