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NagysAudio 29th September 2010 12:52 AM

Nagys Audio Now Stocks Speaker Coax Cable, Exact As Goldmund!!!
I now stock the SAME EXACT coax cable that Goldmund uses to make their speaker cables. I stock this in bulk. Goldmund charges anywhere between $3000-$6000 per pair depending on length, termination, and Zobel network configuration. You can terminate this cable with whatever you desire. This is a very rare military coax cable, that can operate in the multi gigahertz region. It sounds fantastic! I stock 2 different versions:

Version 1 ($10 per foot):
- Center conductor, approximately 12AWG.
- Center conductor is oxygen free, extremely high purity copper.
- Braided shield, greater than 12AWG.
- Braided shield is made of extremely high purity oxygen free copper.

Version 2 ($20 per foot):
- Exactly the same as version 1, except that this cable is also silver plated and features dual shield.


DSP_Geek 29th September 2010 05:05 AM

Excellent! I like coaxial speaker cable for many reasons; I hope you do well with it.

NagysAudio 29th September 2010 05:46 AM


DSP_Geek 29th September 2010 02:36 PM

Just from curiosity (I have a pile of coax here so I'm not in the market yet), do you have the electrical specs for the cable (series inductance, parallel capacitance, series resistance, and maybe shield coverage)? Thanks.

NagysAudio 29th September 2010 03:38 PM

I don't want to give too much info away as I do not want to give away the coax type. Both coax cables are 50 ohms, military.

Version 1's shield coverage is greater than 96%.

Version 2's shield coverage is greater than 93% per shield.

commstech 29th September 2010 04:14 PM

or at least a picture? u do not have to show the cable type...

commstech 29th September 2010 04:17 PM

version 1 is not silver plated?

NagysAudio 29th September 2010 04:24 PM

Version 1 is not silver plated

NagysAudio 29th September 2010 04:25 PM

Here are some pictures:

Version 1:

Version 2:

loek 21st November 2010 07:27 AM

Coax type
Maybe RG213 and RG214?

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