Let us proudly present our newest Silversonic MKVII to our beloved customers. This time, we have tried our best to improve our entry-level model with improvements that we believe are definitely worth the upgrade. In terms of the internal metal core, we have kept the same amount of conducted and improved our formula for our alloy base by about 20%. Moreover, we now have a spiral structure around the thin alloy threads. The spiral for the Silversonic MKVII is different from other cables in that, instead of a thin sheath, it is round, which best suits the sound signature of Silversonic MKVII. The result is a much-improved version of the Silversonic in all dynamic ranges, especially in terms of details and separation.
The outer sleeve of each wire uses our latest material that ensures extreme flexibility and softness. The cable body is easy to manage and tangle-free. The color of the cable remains the same as the MKVI, which gets its inspiration from CGI in sci-fi movies for super-fast movement. As we all know, blue-violet has the shortest wavelength in the visible spectrum, so it does make sense to use this to represent sonic speed.
We are also using our newest metallic parts for the Silversonic MKVII, so it looks as stylish as our more expensive cables.
4-wire or 8-wire?
The 4-wire option has the advantages of being more economical and lighter in weight.
The 8-wire option has fuller sound, larger soundstage and punchier bass while still feels amazingly soft and easy to use.
All of our IEM cables have pre-bent earguides by default. There are no wires inside as the ear guide is shaped by ourheat shrink sleeve to eliminate the possibility of oxidation of the metallic memory wires. If you do not want any ear guide, please contact us.
The default length of our IEM cables is about 1.2 meters, while headphone cables are around 1.5 meters. If other lengths are needed, please contact us for alternative arrangements.