Marek Dyba hat für HiFi-Knights das Tellurium Q Ultra Black II Lautsprecherkabel getestet.
"The longer I listened to Ultra Black II, the more often I asked myself: do I, or many other music fans, owners of maybe not the top, super-expensive systems, but a really, really good ones, even need a better and most likely much, much more expensive speaker cables? The Ultra Black II from the point of view of a “non-audiophile” is by no means cheap, but those who know the reality of the audio market realize that what they have to pay for this Tellurium Q model is very far from the most expensive proposals available on the market. And yet, it will impress listeners with a huge amount of information and nuances. Although it is not a particularly analytical cable, the recordings are well differentiated, which allows you to fully appreciate the good ones and to be stunned by the best. At the same time, the Ultra Black II is not likely to force you to throw away half of your music collection, because even with the lesser quality releases you will be able to appreciate their artistic value and simply enjoy the music. The presentation is, in general terms, rather warm and natural and, although also quite precise, it does not focus on exposing the flaws of played recordings. In most systems it should provide an energetic, rich, saturated performance with a powerful but not dominant lower part of the band. This cable will be able to surprise you with a proper momentum, and an excellent timing which results in above average pace and rhythm presentation. I believe that for many people the Ultra Black II may be the end of their search for a still reasonably priced, high quality speaker cable. It offers such an enjoyable, complete and refined sound that the vision of spending much larger amount of money for just a small small improvement in (only) some aspects of sound, for most people will seem highly unreasonable. Great job!"