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Old 31st March 2012, 06:47 PM   #1
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Default REVIEWS: Epiphany Acoustics Atratus RCA interconnects

Hi all,

Two independent reviews of the Atratus interconnect have been released!

My thanks to YNWaN (of AoS origins) for taking the time to write up the first one.

He notes that, among other things, the cables excel in the bass department and improved the dynamics of his system quite significantly. You can read the full review on the link below:
YNWaN's Review

The second review is by Jerry of Hi-Fi Pig. He liked it so much that he has bought one for himself - not bad! He also reckons that they are "the bargain of the decade". Link:

Jerry's Hi-Fi Pig Review
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Old 4th May 2012, 03:17 PM   #2
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Paul, a moderator over at one of the British hi-fi forums, has just posted his impressions of the Atratus interconnects.

I am pleased to say that the Atratus interconnects have replaced his original top of the line Cambridge Audio interconnects for good. He found that the Atratus interconnects presented a less grainy sound with more articulate bass than before.

Have a read of the well written review here:
Atratus Review
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Old 11th May 2012, 01:01 PM   #3
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A happy customer just sent me a rather nice email:


"Well, the ATRATUS cables arrived on Wednesday as promised. Popped them into my vinyl replay chain and sat back - and was astounded! Do I like them? You bet I like them.

So much so that I've just ordered another pair to go into the CD replay chain. Wanted to get them before word gets around and the price goes up!

Thanks for a fantastic product at a sensible price... remarkable."
- Tim
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Old 13th June 2012, 04:14 PM   #4
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Old 15th July 2012, 08:54 PM   #5
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Haven't updated this for a while! Let's have a new one. This particular customer wanted a change from his MG G1500HD interconnects which he was finding too lean for his tastes.

System synergy is an important thing, which is why these interconnects come with a 14 day no questions asked refund policy.

"Hi Oliver

Got the cable, very nice construction, and it looks good too.

The sound took me by surprise - this is no bass monster, or fizz bomb or anything like some of the comments I have read.

In fact, it is the most controlled cable I have run across, from the first second I connected it.

But I like it ! The sound is very clean, but not lean, and I would say very suited to classical (other stuff is fine too).

It's a keeper for me, so cheers and best of luck with your company.

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It didn't end there, though. Got this the next day from the same chap:

"Oliver - following on from yesterday (I must learn to save sent mail..), day two, well, I don't know what to say exactly, other than I can't believe the improvement a days burn in has had, and I don't even believe in it. I have certainly never learnt to adjust to new components - if I don't like something, it stays not liked, no matter how many times I listen. The control is still there, but from somewhere lush mids and deeper bass have appeared. It could be from somewhere else, the dac and linear power supply (they quote 100 hours burn in !) could be it.

I'm hearing the type of sound I always imagined and hoped for at long last. I have spent the last year swapping out my 15 year old components to get here, but your cable has been a surprisingly significant final step.

You really have cracked it - and you can quote me on that.

...don't lose that bass.

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