Silver Widow 22 V2 OCC Silver Headphone Cable

£395.00

Toxic Cables Silver Widow 22 is easily the very best in litz silver wires you will find anywhere

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Product Description

Silver Widow 22 V2 Headphone Cable

The new V2 version is ultra flexible

22AWG Type 4 OCC Cryo Silver Litz wire with 1+% Gold Content

Headphone cables are supplied at 6 feet as standard and are fully customizable.

Please have a look at our near 600 page Appreciation thread and see what our cables have to say about our cables and the cable you are purchasing

http://www.head-fi.org/t/609155/toxic-cables-impressions-and-discussion-thread

Here at Toxic Cables we pride ourselves on quality and innovation. The Silver Widow 22 is our flagship in litz cables.

Toxic Cables has been leading the way in new design and innovation in headphone cables since it was founded in 2011. The very first cable we released was the baby brother to this cable, the Silver Poison which was an OCC Cryo Silver/Gold stranded wire, the very first in the industry.

Within months of founding Toxic Cables, we had a huge line up of cables available to our customers, with over 8 cables to choose from at the time, our customers had every type of cable they could want under one roof, compared to our competitors 2/3 offering.

Soon we followed on with more firsts to the industry, including our true hybrid Virus and our Silver Litz “Silver Widow” cables.

We have since made improvements and changes to the Silver Widow to make it the ultimate in stranded silver cables and now offer the Silver Widow 24 and it’s bigger brother the Silver Widow 22, cables that we are sure will take your listening experience to to the next level.

We won’t tell you how good our cables are or how good they sound as we have always believed that we should let our cables speak for themselves and if you click on the link above and read the reviews from our customers, i am sure you will find that they do exactly that.

No fancy words, no hard selling, just honest reviews from first hand users.

 

 

 

 

5 reviews for Silver Widow 22 V2 OCC Silver Headphone Cable

  1. 5 out of 5

    One of the most beautiful cable I’ve owned, and I’ve owned quite a few (Toxic cables and other manufacturers). Usual top notch build quality from Toxic cables. If I had to give the sound one word… clean. It will make a difference, you will hear a difference. A lot of people say silver makes treble sparkly? I disagree, well unless of course your headphone/earphone is of that signature. So don’t be afraid, get ready for a “clean” experience in sound 😉

  2. 5 out of 5

    This is a review for the ‘cheaper’ Silver Widow 24 but I expect all of what I say will be magnified by the 22. I ordered the cable to go between my LCD-X and my (not well known Korean DAP) Plenue S and compared with the cable Audeze provide (which I reckon is not bad at all) the sound was clearer as if it had been congested (especially in lower mids and upper bass – sorry if wrong terms) and the treble so much easier and natural. I know some folks say cables make no difference and I do think there are somethings in ‘hi-fi’ which are not the easiest to prove but getting back to cables well if you want to tell if there is a difference go back to the stock cable, then back to the custom one as many times as you like – the change isn’t subjective or subtle! I then asked Frank if he could re-terminate the cable for balanced connection and that was another ‘step change’ as the soundstage markedly widened – no really!

    Since buying this I have been back to buy a second cable from Frank for my se846 IEMs – another winner!

    Frank is great to deal with and if you read the thread (600+ pages of it) on Head-Fi you will hear from hundreds of satisfied customers. You can also read a longer version of this as well as see a couple of photographs of my two Toxic Cables…

    http://www.head-fi.org/t/609155/toxic-cables-impressions-and-discussion-thread/8820#post_12696230

  3. 5 out of 5

    For quite some time now I am using a Silver Widow 24 for my Audeze LCD-2, and while I haven’t tried many other cables with these headphones, what I can say for sure is that the Silver Widow significantly improves the sound across the whole frequency band when compared with the standard cable. Especially the bass, a well-known core strength of the LCD-2, becomes more nuanced, punchy, and clear. The sweetness of the mids gets highlighted a bit more as well, if you ask me, and the highs extend upwards just a bit more, without becoming sibilant. Due to a longer-than-expected waiting time for my cable, Frank kindly offered me a great price for an upgrade from the Silver Poison, which I initially wanted to order, to the Silver Widow, and I don’t regret accepting his offer. Contact has always been nice and friendly, and the craftsmanship of the cable is unrivalled. Elsewhere one would have to pay a lot more for the same standard. All in all, definitely recommended!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Here a very quick review of the “Silver Widow 24”, from the perspective of a non-expert
    audiophile. I might start by commenting that it took me more than a year of hesitation to
    bit the bullet and order a new cable. I was scared to waste my limited budget and tricked
    into buying snake oil which wouldn’t improve my listening experience.

    Despite the consensus that copper cables would fit better with the Audeze LCD series,
    I went for the silver widow from toxic-cable (I can’t praise enough Frank’s remarkable help
    for buying the cable).

    I am now experimenting the cable with my Audeze LCD-XC. The reason why I wanted to go
    down the silver route is that (despite being a closed-back headphone)
    the XC has a very decent soundstage, but felt it was sometimes under-performing
    and could use some more refined treble, instrument separation,
    and soundstage. All of them improved with the silver widow ! The bass surprisingly became also tighter,
    which I didn’t expect, and the XC just more fun and more agile. The HD800 will still have the edge of
    course for soundstage, but actually I quite like the combination of the more groovy sound of the XC and
    now the added air, maybe closer now to a Audeze/HD hybrid sound.

    Now I am aware of the old war regarding cables in HiFi, and I won’t comment too much on that.
    I am myself an engineer (physics), and I couldn’t tell you how the electro-magnetic coherence
    and phasing is affected by the cable design, but experiments always have the last word on the theory,
    and A/B testing clearly showed a significant improvement over the standard cable.


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