Eartha Cables



It is hard to believe that an Earth/Grounding cable could have such a huge impact on sound quality, but it does ! 

The way the cables used to drain away the noise / stay currents are designed has an signify effect on the result. We believe this is due to there being such a high frequency and low voltage in the current with which we deal.

Spontaneously, you feel that the design of a cable not used to convey signals, but rather to connect to the earth, should not have any effect on the sound.
However, the choice of materials and the design of the earth cable produces completely different results. Again, we can only find the explanation in that it is a matter of very high frequencies, or else there should not be so big difference between connectors, regular copper cable and mirror-twisted silver cable
Actually, it is merely the design of the contacts and the dialectrum that join a good earth cable with a good signal cable.  Otherwise, they have hardly anything else in common.


We began to market Eartha Cupper in 2010, and since then we have expanded the assortment with another 5 lines, where Eartha Atlantis is our top cable.

 

Eartha Cupper.                           Produces a warm effect.

Eartha Konstantin.                    Produces a warm and little more detailed effect

Eartha Challenger.                    A hybrid Copper/Silver that is rather neutral and with good details.

Eartha Silver                                Produces a very detailed effect, especially at high frequencies

Eartha Apollo                              Neutral, but very open and detailed.

Eartha Atlantis                           Very detailed, neutral. 


 

It is simply not possible to offer any general advice as to which cable performs best in a stereo set.
Since each cable has its own properties, as does each stereo set, and they must be matched with the right ground box, so one needs to experiment.

In general, we can say that Challenger and Apollo always work well. They are very all-round.
But we can unfortunately not offer any good advice about choose cable since the conditions vary so greatly.

However, the most expensive is not necessarily the best for you. It is very possible that Konstantin is the cable that does the best job for you.

Our recommendation is that you work with an experienced agent, dealer or distributor to secure the optimal combination of both Ertha ground cable and Entreq ground box to best suit your system.


Ertha RCA , XLR, USB& RJ45,  : Standard length 1.65m ( longer lengths are available )

  • These cables are designed for direct connection to your electronics / computer / music streamer via currently unused RCA , XLR or USB inputs or outputs. The RJ45 connector can also be employed on your Digital streaming device but is most effective on your source router and/or NAS drive.
  • The cable is terminated with an Entreq spade at one end (this connects to your carefully choosen level of partnering Entreq ground box) and then to either an Entreq designed RCA , XLR , USB or RJ45  ground connection, at the other end. This then connects to your selected piece of equipment.
  • A carefully selected Entreq ground box is required to connect to your choosen Entreq Ertha cable.
  • These Ertha cables are available in the following ranges and are in an ascending order of performance :       
        Copper , Konstantin , Challenger , Silver , Apollo , Atlantis

Eartha Schuko, US & UK
  • These cables are designed for connect to wall socket protective ground and either to a Stand alone Tellus/Silver Tellus or on the dedicatet input on Olympus Tellus. We dont recomend you mix in other ground cables on ground box when using Tellus/ Silver Tellus
  • The cables are terminated with a plug that only connect to the Earth.
  • ​These cables are avilable as
          Konstantin, Challenger, Apollo, Atlantis

         


Ertha Spade to Spade : Standard length 1.65m ( longer lengths are available )
  • These are used to connect to equipment that have additional or specialist ground points, even chassis locations. The most common application is for RIAA phono stages or grounding to a turntable itself. * Please note that where possible always use an Ertha RCA or XLR  cable, invariably they will always perform better *
  • Entreq PowerUs and CleanUs products all have there own dedicated ground connections and as such require an Ertha Spade to Spade to draw excess noise away to your choosen Entreq ground box.
  • A carefully selected Entreq ground box is required to connect to your choosen Entreq Ertha cable.
  • These cables are available in the following ranges and are in an ascending order of performance :
       Copper , Konstantin , Challenger , Silver , Apollo , Atlantis
    

Ertha 3.5 to Spade : Standard length 1.65m ( longer lengths are available )
  • There is only one application for this particular product and that is to exclusively connect, via a 3.5mm ground connection, to Entreq's dedicated "EEDS noise reduction circuit". This unique technology is built into almost all of Entreqs Signal cables.
  • A carefully selected Entreq ground box is required to connect to your choosen Entreq Ertha cable.
  • These cables are available in the following ranges and are in an ascending order of performance : 
       Copper , Konstantin , Challenger , Silver , Apollo , Atlantis

 

Eartha Copper 3,5

Earth Copper Earth Copper

Eartha Silver S/S

Earth Silver Earth Silver

Eartha Challanger

Earth Challanger Earth Challanger

Earth Apollo RCA

Earth Apollo RCA Earth Apollo RCA

Eartha Apollo XLR

Earth Apollo XLR Female Earth Apollo XLR Female

Eartha Atlantis

Earth Atlantis Earth Atlantis

 

 

Eartha Power Schuko/ UK/ US

Eartha Schuko Eartha Schuko

 

 

Eartha Silver RCA

Earth RCA Earth RCA

Eartha Konstantin

Earth Konstantin Earth Konstantin

Eartha Challanger USB

Earth Challanger USB Earth Challanger USB

Eartha Apollo 3,5

Earth Apollo Earth Apollo

Eartha Apollo 45

Earth Apollo 45 Earth Apollo 45

Eartha Atlantis XLR

Earth Atlantis XLR Male Earth Atlantis XLR Male

Eartha Discover Infinity Line

Eartha Discover Infinity Line Eartha Discover Infinity Line