The highest quality copper form in the world
The innovative inner conductor with its monocrystalline copper (HPOCC) ensures a previously unimagined transmission quality due to its high degree of purity.
HPOCC means 'high performance Ohno continuous casting' (or high performanche Ohno continuous casting in English) and is the highest quality copper mold in the world. This special way of producing copper wires, in which the material is cast in a vacuum, forms particularly long-crystalline copper crystals. In this technology lies the high added value in contrast to drawn OFC conductors.
Interference and losses within a conductor form when a gap is created between two copper crystals. The more gaps, i.e. the more small copper crystals, the more signal degradation.
Due to the cast copper wires with long crystalline copper crystals, the conductors have very few gaps in the copper structure and thus a very low contact resistance, which avoids interference and losses.
The level of conductance of a cable is determined by the interference and losses within the conductor. The higher the conductance, the higher the quality and loss-free the cable.
Like its predecessors, the new Carb Connect Ultra uses our HPOCC® copper wires and thus achieves a very high conductance. This is reflected in the impeccable picture and sound reproduction of the cable.