Owners of supremely neutral and transparent audio systems will immediately recognize Gryphon Guideline Reference as the reference standard for dynamic contrast, three-dimensional soundstaging and bass clarity and articulation.
Incorporating conductors of gold-embedded silver for unimpeded electron propagation, Gryphon Guideline Reference employs a dielectric consisting of thousands of minute air-core Teflon fiber tubes wound around the conductors, then wrapped in a tight Teflon sheath. For effective protection against external interference, the shield features a thick layer of silver-plating. A molded outer sleeve of homopolymeric Polyvinyl Acetate (PVA) contributes to the exceptionally rigid construction.
Gold-Embedded Silver Conductors:
The Gryphon Guideline Reference interconnect and PSC Reference loudspeaker cable mark the introduction of a radical metallurgic breakthrough, conductors of gold-The direct implantation of gold atoms in the crystallinembedded silver that form a virtually seamless crystalline structure which is superior in every sonic and electrical parameter. A structure of silver combines the minimal resistance of silver with the outstanding micro-level conductivity of gold. Because the gold atoms take the place of silver oxides at crystal boundaries, the new structure is also more resistant to oxidation.