LessLoss C-MARC™ high end audio cables update

Louis Motek just sent in behind the scenes updates about the LessLoss new and completely redesigned C-MARC™ line of high end audio cables… 

"Currently we have finalized all last details of the production methodology for our four C-MARC™ wire and cable bulk products. It has taken a lot of trial runs, and cost us a lot of material and time (and money, too...), but after a very long battle with various technical barriers, we are finally there and the results look and perform extremely well. Here are a few computer design models."

The smallest copper wires you see braided above and below are only 0.125mm in diameter. That is the diameter of a human hair. None of these individual wires make electrical contact save for the very ends of the wire or cable. In terms of production, even with the most advanced manufacturing technologies available, this cable represents a very serious challenge and is no joke to manufacture just right (let alone without obvious faults like strand breakage).

The Ghost in the Machine

We are working on a really nice video which explains how mutually super-posed, two-scale fractal replicated, counter-polarized coils lead to incredibly low noise levels in a very effective manner. Here are some snapshots of some early stages of this ongoing work in progress:

Counter-polarized coils will be shown with artistic rendition of unwanted noise being summed to zero.

The closeness and tightness of the superposition of the counter-polarized coils will be shown in great detail. Again, these are human hair sized strands of enameled coper, not bunched and twisted strands of electrically contacting conductors as in most every other standard cable.

In order to demonstrate the realization of design and work that goes into production, the video goes on to emphasize the fact that this design's ideas are taken to the logical extreme, to reach a real-world solution which catapults audio performance to levels never before reached.

There will be no need for anybody anywhere to even attempt to reverse engineer this product. We show you the plain, naked truth, because it is based on the same principle of the bucking coil used in electronics since around the 1930's. This is the first time that this concept was applied not merely to components at one or both ends of an otherwise traditional ​simplistic ​"line,​"​ but integral to the wire itself, which leaves no room for noise and leads immediately and obviously to superb signal transfer which you can easily appreciate from the very first jaw-dropping experience.