Ansuz develops and manufactures cables based on advanced, cutting edge technologies. Ansuz cables deliver a pure signal flow that unleashes the authentic sound originally intended by the master recording. To achieve this, it is imperative to lower resistance, curb induction and reduce noise floor to a minimum. The more advanced the cable series, the more refined and sophisticated the implemented technologies, and the more transparent, holistic and authentic the resulting soundstage.
Mainz C2 1.5m
The Ansuz Mainz C2 power cable features Ansuz’s anti arial resonance coil technology which eliminates unwanted noise caused by the antenna effects of cables. The audible benefit is greater clarity and a resolution that allows even very subtle details of the music to fully unfold. Along with Ansuz double inverted helix coil technology, the soundstage of this cable is more transparent and bristles with dynamics and power.
The housing is made of anodized aluminum with in-house made laser engravings.
The connectors are made of gold-plated pure copper.
The conductors are made of shielded silver-plated copper.
The ground wire is made of shielded silver-plated copper.
Ansuz DIHC technology reflects a key advancement in audio technology and is employed in most of Ansuz cable types. Based on this technology, we wind and configure our audio cables. The idea behind this technology is to ensure the lowest possible induction. When the coil and the counter coil are closely wound in a double helix pattern, induction can be significantly reduced.
All cables and cable shields act as antennas for unwanted airborne sound waves (RF noise), which impairs the clarity of the authentic audio signal. The Anti Aerial Resonance coil protects the signal from absorbing the airborne RF Noise. This noise is absorbed in the coil and eliminated in the countercoil. The AARC splits the length of the cable into undefined lengths. As a result, the cable is less likely to absorb RF noise, which no longer can bleed into the audio system as annoying ‘white noise’.