The design of the Black Rhodium Foxtrot loudspeaker cables was inspired by a our comment on the Black Rhodium Thunder loudspeaker cable. Lee mentioned that “whenever we use any other speaker cable, we always go back to Thunder”. so there had to be something very special about Thunder that noother cable in the range had. So what was different about Thunder?
Black Rhodium examined the differences between Thunder and their other cables and made some tests. They identified certain exclusive features of Thunder and now they have designed a range of loudspeaker cables based on those exclusive design features.
Foxtrot is the most modest and most basic application of the exclusive design features of Thunder loudspeaker cable.
Low Transient Phase Distortion through Innovative Design
Foxtrot gives a very clear diction of a singer’s voice and separates musical instruments superbly through a dramatic reduction of ‘Transient Phase Distortion’.
‘Transient Phase Distortion’ is reduced by using thicker insulation than is usual in speaker cables, increasing the distance between conductors and thereby reducing the magnetic field seen in each conductor wire as a result of the magnetic field created by the current in the other conductor wire.
By very substantially reducing this form of distortion, the music becomes clearer and more dynamic, with greater ambience and experience of the music’s emotional qualities.
Foxtrot uses RFI suppression technology originally development for high end cables in its construction. This protects the signal wires from picking up radio frequency interference (RFI) generated from Radio, Wifi, Mobile Phones and even central heating systems.
The result is less audible distortion allowing cleaner, clearer sounds to be enjoyed from your equipment.