When Hadal was just released, I thought it was the best-looking cable we could ever make, but then there were the Emerald MKII and Astrolabe that outdid the Hadal. After some experimenting, we are proudly present you the Hadal MKII, a blue cable that is even more stunning than before.
The inner cable core of the second generation uses six groups of 7 threads forming a layered spiral structure that allows better sound and flexibility. Sonically, comparing with the original Hadal, the MKII has a wider soundstage and provides better coherency for different frequencies. The overall musicality and rhythmicality feel much better than the previous model.
The Hadal MKII uses our latest 3rd generation isolating sheath, not only the malleability and transparency of the cable has been greatly improved, it can be easily straightened even after it has been rolled up for a long period.
We are also using our newest metallic cable choker for the Hadal MKII. Functionally, it is the same as our previous elastic rubber choker, but it is much more aesthetically pleasing as it resembles the same shape and texture as the Y-split metallic part.
Here's the description of the first generation Hadal:
To begin writing the description for this amazing product, Hadal, let me start with how it all initiated.
As some of you may know, we have our original connector for charging both lightning and micro-USB devices. It was a fun attempt and for our laziness for not wanting to bring two cables on a trip. It never made to the market yet because we figured not many customers would want to spend a hefty sum on a 2-in-1 charging cable with HiFi-cable and audiophile quality soldering material just to charge their phones. Anyway, I was running out of those charging cables, so our lab friends made a few extra for me. Upon opening the package, a blue cable popped up in front of my eyes. It was so beautiful that I carefully stored it instead of using it for its original charging purpose. Then, I thought this is the cable I have been wanting for years, but I knew it can be done better.
I picked my phone and called the boss to send my gratitude for those charging cables while expressed my idea for making a blue earphone upgrade cable in addition to our existing silver, black, red, green and copper cables. After some discussion, we set our goal for the new cable to express the feeling of deep ocean blue with a mixture of light and dark blue since all blue is boring. We then even different shades of blue with white, and those blues with black, but none was satisfactory. After several failed attempts, we decided to ditch the plan of interweaving different colored cables and use the same hue for wires of braiding. After another round of trials, we came up with a special outer sheath that reflects light at a certain angle, and that gives the cable an almost ever-flowing effect for its therapeutic look. We were wowed by the final product, one that matches our original intent to convey the feeling of flowing oneself in ocean currents. It is simply the best-looking cable we have ever made.
Although Prima Donna was popular, its price stopped many of our customers. So, for Hadal, we did what we can do with cost-effective elements for an acoustically revealing compound with more of a transparent sound signature without much coloring for you to hear what your IEM builders intended for you to hear. Some may see it as a cheaper alternative of the Prima Donna, but we view it as a different approach to sound using similar metallurgy philosophy and technology.
To ensure comfort, thanks to our newest outer sheath technology (patent-pending), it is now one of our softest and most flexible cables in our product line. To ensure its durability while being exceptionally soft, we did lots of tests from melting to elongation to find the best way to make it is protective of the inner material.
You can see a list of connectors and sockets choices that you can choose here.If you have any questions, please contact us.
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