Kharma Enigma Extreme Signature Cables

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probably too much. Just another exotic wire with 1 articulation point.
Well, purely from a cost structure standpoint, the idea of Kharma selling wires actually manufactured by Siltech...means by definition unless Kharma are 'giving them away at cost' Kharma are adding a further mark up on top of whatever Siltech would seek to make for selling wires. Yes, perhaps Kharma have customized the design to be better than siltech's own...who knows, Kharma may have actually influenced Siltech's own latest signature/ref series which i am told are stunningly better than older ref series siltech...but there is still the concept of 2 manufacturers worth of margins...one on top of the other...
 

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This is Kharma's version of Siltech's Octopus power distributor - a Octopus review

Octopus comes in 3 versions - all with IEC connector - price €2375 to €7395.
Thanks!
 
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Is this common knowledge ?Quite surprising to hear ....
Something got wrong n the writing there - Kharma buy the wiring from Siltech.

Now we have 3 different brands that use the same Siltech wire; Crystal Cable, Siltech and Kharma, and all of them sounds a little different to each other.

Siltech a little smooth/neutral, Crystal more on the bright side and Kharma sounds like Siltech but warmer.

I like Kharma's Extreme Signature cables inside their speakers, but not outside too - that gives too much warmth.
With FMA gear I prefer FMA's cables, with other brands my cable favorite is Vertere.
 

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