The ETI-Research Kryo Binding Post is made from Tellurium Copper and Silver Plated for not only superior conductivity but long-lasting durability.
Special attention has been made to wall thickness that enough mass to allow the current demands necessary for many speaker designs. But we have also taken enough unneeded mass away to allow minimum capacitance and resistance.
The housing is made from Brass for superior vibration damping and high EMI/RF noise rejection. As a nal touch to improve wear and corrosion resistance, Cryogenic treatment in the USA to a specic formula is then applied to each connector.
Due to the unique design which unlike most Binding Pots on the market only needs finger pressure to hold a Spade in place. No more having to apply excessive force in hoping that the Spade does not fall out
This combination of high-quality materials and specialised cryogenic treatment all adds up to a superior range of audio connectors designed for use by amplier and speaker manufacturers to provide superior speaker terminals on their products. The Kryo Binding Post sets the gold standard for vibration damping and noise rejection while providing outstanding conductivity and awless performance year after year.
Major components made from Tellurium Copper with Silver plating for superior conductivity and long lasting durability.
The Copper Body is lathed from piece and hollow to keep Capacitance,Inductance and Resistance to a minimum
Superior Bare Wire connection do to a concave connection area
Polymer Assembly that not only separates the Brass
Housing from the Copper Connector but insures extra
tightening capability with Spade Connection
Housings made from Brass for superior vibration
damping and high EMI/RF noise rejection.
Cryogenic treatment in the USA to a specic formula.
Do to the unique design of the Kryo Binding Post that only finger pressure is needed to hold a Spade tight
without it dropping out which is so common in most binding posts.
(Only in North America)
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