BiWiring reduces distortion in the cable — taking the big Bass energy out of the cable carrying the more delicate Treble is like taking the waves out of the water when you (the Treble) are trying to swim. The magnetic autonomy of the separate halves of the Rocket 22 maximizes the BiWire advantage.
Semi-Solid Concentric conductors are a far-superior performance alternative to typical stranded
conductors. Semi-Solid Concentric conductors use fewer, larger strands that do not change position down the length of the cable. The strands maintain their fixed, rigid relationships, reducing distortion, improving resolution and dynamics, and greatly minimizing harshness and confusion due to strand interaction.
Perfect-Surface Copper/Long-Grain Copper: LGC has fewer oxides within the conducting material, fewer impurities and fewer grain boundaries than standard OFHC copper. LGC s used for the Rocket 22’s conductors located within the central area of the Semi-Solid Concentric Conductor bundle. PSC, with its astonishingly smooth surface, is used for the outer-layer of conductors in Rocket 22’s Semi-Solid Concentric Conductor bundle. It is this outer layer of conductors that have the most effect on Rocket 22’s clarity and smoothness. Careful application of PSC and LGC enables performance closer to using only the more expensive PSC, while gaining the economic advantage of the superb LGC.
Double Low-Inductance Geometry: A “normal” speaker cable has fairly high-inductance, smearing energy across time and making the sound dull and unfocused. The two conductors in each half of Rocket 22 provide lower inductance, greater clarity and superior bass-to-treble frequency extension.
Rocket 22 is prepared with SureGrip 300 spades or bananas. These connectors feature Direct-Silver over copper with no layer of nickel in between.