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Grave Science introduce ‘special edition’ digital interconnect

  • I like backing small-time players, particularly when they pull on a sense of patriotism. South Australia’s Peter Graves has introduced a ‘special edition’ digital interconnect; only available as a limited run due to supply material constraints. I’ve already snagged one.

    The core is solid 23AWG silver-plated copper (made in the USA) and Teflon insulated.  A 2% silver solder is applied to terminations and 75 ohm impedance runs end to end.


    “The double layer high density shield is manufactured using braided silver-plated copper strands surrounding a 100% coverage aluminium foil. The RCA connectors are low mass with gold-plated pin and skirt”, adds Peter Graves.

    The standard 1 meter Grave Science digital interconnect sells for AU$175. Custom lengths are available on request.  A 75 ohm, gold-BNC adaptor is included in the package.


    Further information: Grave Science

    John H. Darko

    Written by John H. Darko

    John is the editor of Darko.Audio, from whose ad revenues he derives an income. He is an occasional contributor to 6moons but has previously written pieces for TONEAudio, AudioStream and Stereophile. John used to live in Sydney. Now he lives in Berlin.

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    One Comment

    1. Ooooh… very nice. Mr Graves certainly knows how to make a decent cable! I’m using his standard digital cables and they perform wonderfully well. I must resist the urge to upgrade to the SE version!

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