The secret to SCHNERZINGER cable technology lies in what is termed ATOMIC BONDING. These time consuming formatting processes, lasting for several months, impart outstanding conductor material quality that sets itself apart - even from the very best cryogenically treated mono-crystalline OCC conductor material - in all sound-related aspects, in a manner that can best be described as startling.
As dielectric, SCHNERZINGER uses a material which, with the aid of a high-tech machining process, DIELECTRIC CHARGING (see FAQ), even achieves better transmission properties than pure air.
The result is the virtually loss-free transmission of information along with a significant increase in information density, thereby redefining audiophile parameters such as resolution, soundstage, dynamics and musicality.
To easily get the idea of the innovative development approach ATOMIC BONDING, simply envision a conducting wire as a pipe filled with ice cubes, whereby the ice cubes symbolically illustrate the inner grain structure of the wire.
The commonly accepted market practice (special castings, cryogenically processes, etc.) symbolically is to combine multiple single ice cubes to longer ice cube chains, to preferably create a monocrystalline structure with less sound damaging gaps. Though under motion, usually even directly after the manufacturing process, long structures quickly break open though and fall apart, significantly reducing the theoretical benefit.
SCHNERZINGER ATOMIC BONDING follows a diverse approach: A technologically extremely complex process is not determined to aggregate single ice cubes to a compact long chained structure, but – just the opposite - to crush the existing ice cubes. This produces micro component ice structures, which – in a second step - can be compacted in the pipe to a stable homogenous ice block with very high cohesion forces.
A compacted, merged ice block has a closured, extremely stable structure - without gaps. This constitutes the basis for a pure and perfect pulse sequence, for a true and accurate signal transmission.
SCHNERZINGER GIGAHERTZ CANCELING is a pioneering technology that effectively frees the audio system from sound-impairing electrical interfering fields up to the gigahertz range.
The performance spectrum up to the gigahertz range and the efficiency of SCHNERZINGER GIGAHERTZ CANCELING are unique. To this no problematic components such as capacitors, diodes, filters or energetic electrosmog products are needed, as even the fastest of these devices or applications tend to slow down electrons and delay transmission, significantly reducing bandwidth and speed of the audio signal.
This makes SCHNERZINGER GIGAHERTZ CANCELING interfering fields elimination an unrivaled solution in the market.
SCHNERZINGER PROTECTORS have a receiving unit and a control unit:
The precisely defined offset between received and re-emitted interference frequencies causes cancelation effects that minimize interfering fields sound impairment, without reducing speed and bandwidth of the audio signal at all. In addition, the functionality of radio-controlled devices is retained.
Bandwidth and clock rate of GIGAHERTZ-CANCELING technology are adjustable. This makes it possible to adapt the PROTECTORS to any interference field spectrum. The change in bandwidth extends or decreases the detection range, changing the clock rate the processing speed.
The rule is: the narrower the bandwidth, the higher the efficiency - the smaller the detection range. The lower the clock rate, the higher the extinction rate - the less interference frequencies are detected.
GIGAHERTZ-CANCELING technology does not increase electromagnetic pollution in the room, as it just uses the existing interfering fields to reduce them by GIGAHERTZ-CANCELING. This does not create any electrosmog.
All SCHNERZINGER cables and each SCHNERZINGER POWER PRODUCT combined with the use of the CABLE PROTECTOR or POWER PROTECTOR form a bidirectional barrier:
Each SCHNERZINGER product operates self-sufficient. But consistent application of SCHNERZINGER products forms a closed system, with an uninterrupted bidirectional mode of action.