QED cable designs are informed by their exhaustive ongoing research into cable parameters which began in 1995 and is detailed variously in the Genesis Reports. These reports set out the design-principles to which they have since adhered and which have resulted most recently in the development of QED Supremus loudspeaker cable, the ultimate expression of sound through science without compromise.
QED Supremus benefits from the appliance of Aircore Technology and therefore boasts very low impedance across the audio band. Cable capacitance and inductance are controlled by the use of low loss dielectrics and the unique constraints of the Aircore geometry.
At just 5 mΩ/m QED Supremus has an extremely low DC loop resistance because it uses 6.16 mm˛ of cryogenically treated silver plated 99.999% oxygen free copper conductors, the largest cross-sectional area cable ever to be available from QED. This brings the amplifier electrically much closer to the loudspeakers enabling it to exercise better control over them, so that fidelity to the original music signal can be more accurately maintained.