Seattle Naim Audio Super Lumina Speaker Cables

Naim Audio Super Lumina Speaker Cables

During the development of Statement, Naim’s flagship amplification system, Naim engineers realized that they would need to design a whole new range of high-performance cables for it to reach its true potential.

With this in mind, they began a development project to design interconnects and speaker cable that would meet Statement standards of performance. Through a deep understanding of material science and after thousands of hours testing in the listening room, the Super Lumina range was born.

Designed to maximize the performance of Statement but equally at home in 500 Series and Classic Series systems, Super Lumina speaker cables are available with 4mm or spade connectors.

Naim Audio Super Lumina Speaker Cables

Super Lumina speaker cables are designed to minimize the effect of external and internal interference sources and preserve maximum signal fidelity.

The fundamental cable design consists of several individually-insulated multi-strand silver-plated copper conductors of varying diameters enclosed in a tin-plated copper shield. This is all enclosed in a soft outer jacket which facilitates easy installation whilst minimising microphonic interference. Each signal, return, ground and shield conductor is individually manufactured for its specific function.

Each Super Lumina cable is hand-assembled at Naim in Salisbury to the customer’s specification of length and termination. The process is intricate and highly-skilled, following detailed instructions which cover every aspect of the build. Every cable also goes through a proprietary de-stressing process to relieve the materials of the inherent stresses which are a result of the manufacturing process. This means the cables reach optimum performance with minimal run in time.

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For more than 40 years, Naim has been a flag-bearer in British high fidelity audio. Naim’s products are universally well regarded, well reviewed, and are frequently described using adjectives like “iconic,” “legendary,” and “world class.”

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