Venom Interconnects feature the finest Ohno continuous cast copper and 100% coverage silver braided shielding.
Wire: Ohno 75 ohm Coxial, VTX™ geometry, SPC shielding.
Termination: Shunyata RCA (75 ohm).
Wire: Ohno 110 ohm twisted pair, VTX™ geometry, Ohno copper, braided shielding.
Termination: Shunyata XLR, gold pins.
Wire: 90 ohm, 4-conductor, VTX™ geometry, silver plated copper, triple shielded.
Shunyata USB 2.0 A-Male to B-Male (gold pins).
Shunyata Research uses only the highest purity of copper available for the production of its wire products. OFE Alloy 101 or C10100 is the highest grade of copper with a minimum 99.99% purity and a conductivity rating of 101% IACS. OFE stands for oxygen-free electrolytic and supersedes the term OFHC (oxygen-free high conductivity). C10100 is the only grade of copper that comes with a written certification of purity. Certified by ASTM F68 C10100.
Ohno wire, also called PCOCC was invented in 1986 by professor Atsumi Ohno of the Chiba Institute of Technology in Japan. Copper wire is created by an extrusion process that pulls a rod of cold copper through a small orifice which creates multiple crystalline boundaries. By contrast, Ohno wire is made by a process using heated molds that cast a wire to form a single crystalline structure. Ohno wire is well known for its exceptionally pure, grain-free sonic qualities.
Shunyata Research's exclusive VTX™ conductors are made in the shape of virtual tubes. The core of the conductor is completely hollow minimizing skin effects and random eddy currents. They are produced using OFE Alloy-101.
ArNi® is a type of wire created by Shunyata Research designed to be the finest quality wire available for audio purposes. It begins with the highest purity of copper available – OFE C10100 or Ohno (single crystal). Then it is formed in virtual hollow tubes eliminating skin effects and eddy current distortions. In addition, the wire undergoes our proprietary KPIP™ process.
Shunyata Research is dedicated to the advancement of power delivery and signal transmission technologies through research and development programs.