Analog Interconnects perform the critical task of transmitting information from component to component, making them extremely important in getting the best out of the connected pieces. As good as a component may be, its performance can be limited by poor interconnection that may degrade the information transmitted between two interconnected components. This means you are not getting the type of performance a component is capable of and expect from your system.
Symptoms of poor interconnection include hazy or diffuse images, spectral anomalies where some frequencies are highlighted over others, flat two-dimensional images that always seem to stick to the front wall, lack of soundstage acoustical cues with poor perception of relative placement within the soundstage, murky transient performance with indistinct attack & decay characteristics and, many more.
A good system where the components and interconnects are perfectly balanced should reproduce recorded music with unmistakable clarity, speed, dimensionality, finely delineated soundstage layering and, present solid fundamentals to soaring harmonics. The system should be able to morph from one recorded acoustic space to the next, fully interpreting the diversity of recording techniques that move you from small halls to huge cathedrals on a whim.
Dynamic Design award-winning interconnects, in a well-designed and balanced system, will float images that are devoid of boundaries, wrapping around you with a strong sense of 3-D dimensionality, incredibly wide bandwidth frequency extension and, stunning acoustical cues that put you right in the middle of the performance. Our interconnects are designed to get out of the way of your components so your music can soar to new heights and beyond. We pay special attention to all cable design parameters, the conductors, insulation, shielding and, connectors.
We achieve our design goals by researching and developing the following:
MLIS™ (Multi-Layered Insulation System) that offer high propagation speeds as a result of extremely low dielectric constants. Insulators do a lot more than prevent the shorting of conductors, they also affect signal transmission speed and distortion. Poor insulators can leach the signal from the conductors, becoming conductors themselves and releasing the leached or stored signal out of phase of the original signal. This causes smearing and other distortions that change the signal relative to the recorded media. Dynamic Design insulators are designed to leach none of the signal transmitted by the conductors resulting in impeccable phase accuracy that renders music with stunning clarity, speed, instrumental timbres and dynamic agility.
HPBM™ (High Purity Bi-Metal) conductors combine the characteristics of complementary metals for maximum conductivity and linear frequency response. Dynamic Design’s HPBM conductors utilize a number of metals in alloy form with high purity Silver, alloyed with many other metals to create conductors with high conductivity and linear spectral signatures. These in turn deliver smooth frequency response that does not favor any frequency over another.
UMLS™ (Unitized Multi-Layer Shielding) technology for ultra-wide bandwidth protection from noise. With noise dominating at higher frequencies, a well-designed shielding system offers more resolution at all frequencies as well as increasing the usable bandwidth of a system. Our Unitized Multi-Layer Shields use two or more shields arrayed concentrically for more uniform coverage and unparalleled wide bandwidth protection from noise. Our UMLS™ technology reduces coupling capacitance between adjacent conductors as well as reducing the total cable capacitance. It also improves signal speeds by up to 38% compared to standard shielding methods with superior delay and slew rate (low rise times) characteristics. It delivers more realistic dynamic transients, acoustical cues and attack and decay characteristics. UMLS™ as implemented in Dynamic Design products offer extension well into the GHz frequencies for a resolute and non-fatiguing wide bandwidth performance.