Silver Revision Impresa Headphone Cables

Purist Audio Design is very happy to release a new revision of our headphone cables, the Silver Revision! Countless hours of testing, listening and comparing various wire designs and connectors using the top headphones has given us our highest quality and most musical headphone cable to date! Our engineers have designed a twin proprietary silver alloy 2-conductor wire with Nano technology. Wire constructed with Nano technology improves the conductivity of the wire and strengthens the conductors. We have also carefully sourced and worked with companies like Furutech and Neutrik for the connectors in order to provide the highest quality and most sonically revealing cable possible. The Impresa Silver offers increased clarity with more focus and transparency, perfect for today’s high end headphones!

The Impresa headphone cables are packaged in a handsome soft case.

The Silver Revision Impresa can be made in these configurations:

Headphone Amplifier End:
  • 1/4" TRS (FP-704)
  • 4-Pin XLR/M (XX Series)
  • 3.5mm TRS (Gold Plated Copper)
  • 2.5mm TRRS (Gold Plated) for Astell & Kern Balanced
  • Kubicon 4-Pin
  • Audioquest Nighthawk
  • Audeze LCD-2, LCD-X, LCD-3 & LCD-4
  • Beyerdynamic T1
  • HiFiMan HE Series (old)
  • HIFiMan HE Series (new)
  • Sennheiser HD700 & HD800

Silver Revision Impresa Headphone Cable Technical Specifications
ConductorsProprietary Silver Alloy
Dielectric MaterialPTFE
Gauge (effective)28 AWG
Capacitance20 pF/FT
Resistance0.0213 Ω/m
Estimated Break-In Time75 Hours
Cable Diameter1/4" OD
Connector TypeVaries based of equipment
Material TreatmentTriple (3x) Cryomag©

What They're Saying

Interview by AVShowrooms at High-End 2017 in Munich, showcasing the Impresa Silver and Dominus Diamond revision cables!

"Purist Audio Design was showing its Silver Revision Impresa headphone cables (starting at $685 depending on configuration) with silver wire constructed with Nano technology to improve its conductivity and strength. Listening to a pair of Audeze LCD headphones on the “Dem Bones (Gonna Rise Again)” track, the sound was smooth, extended, detailed, transparent, and clear."