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The Virtual stack foil capacitor, a capacitor made specially for loudspeaker crossovers.
This new capacitor is the realization of a lifelong ambition. It consists of aluminium or copper foil and high-density paper, soaked in pure mineral wax, coated with pure cocoon silk and finally, treated with special lacquers made from natural materials. It is without question a "green" product.
The actual construction has been overseen by Mr. Steen Duelund Chief Engineer of Duelund Coherent Audio. Mr. Duelund has dictated the capacitor's special characteristics, i.e. its flatness, giving the opportunity to create its stack-foil working manner ensuring very low inductance, forming a solid block resulting in a form free of internal resonances. Furthermore, the flatness makes it easier to achieve greater values by connecting the capacitors in parallel.
The audiophile vocabulary contains many words that attempt to describe sonic qualities of equipment and components:
Immediacy, clarity, harmonic authenticity, detail, plasticity, uncolouredness etc.
While this capacitor has no problems fulfilling the promise of these words none of them encompass the sound that this component makes possible.
Only one word does this: Natural
Thus far the resistor has been regarded as a necessary evil, something that was needed out of necessity but scorn for its negative impact on the fidelity of the signal.
This has changed with the introduction of the Duelund Coherent Audio Resistor. When designing this component the task was that the voicecoil of the speaker and the resistor was viewed as a whole rather than two separate entities.
The result is a resistor which seemingly has no sound of its own and it allows the drivers to perform at their very best.
The design of Duelund Coherent Audio's cables are based upon the following assumptions:
The transmission of signals through cables is disturbed in different ways. These disturbances are heavily related to the use of plastics and to the material and the form of the wire itself.
Years of trial and error have resulted in cables that are made from pure silver using silk and various oils for isolation. So far this has proved to be superior to all other configurations available.