The parts of sound from Media to Ear split up in discrete elements 

The sound experience you get from our Linum cables or any cable depends very much on the gear you use. Our Sound engineer provided this simple hypothetical example showing how each element influences sound coloration.

Hypothetical example - influence of detachable cable on sound coloration

We assume the media has 100% the content of what the recording studio wanted to reproduce. This file will be influenced by the parts, which we split up in discrete elements in a chain as demonstrated above. The result (coloration factor) is the product of all the individual elements with values generally varying from 0.8-1.2. For optimal perception, individual values of "1" will deliver the purest sound. However, understanding each element not being perfect, we consider the following way to perceive the sound impression.

Our ultra-thin Linum cables (Music and BaX) have a relative large influence on the transportation of sound. With the Linum Super BaX low impedance, the cable will transport the sound of the media with a more pure sound experience, and as such add less coloration to the sound. For some this means the Super BaX will open up for details that you would not hear with for example the BaX, Music or a stock cable (all other things being equal).


Please keep in mind, the above is a hypothetical example to show how the impedance of a cable influences sound coloration provided player and earphones are constant.