Is the metal material of the connector also important for sound quality, not just the headphone upgrade cable material?
In the previous post, we briefly introduced common plugs and headphone pin. In this post, we will delve into the impact of their materials on sound quality, as well as the production process and material selection. Common materials include brass, phosphor bronze, tellurium copper, and silver, while gold and rhodium are common electroplating materials. OC Studio's plugs and terminals use a non-nickel plating process to provide high-quality sound performance. Additionally, cryogenic treatment is an essential process for high-end audio and Hifi headphone cable, which can improve the physical properties and sound performance of metals. Furthermore, this post will also introduce how to differentiate nickel and non-nickel gold plating terminals by color.
In the previous two articles, we introduced what is a HiFi upgraded headphone cable and its materials. In this article, we will introduce the connector pins and plugs or called terminals of headphone upgraded cables, so that you can quickly understand the common styles and materials.
Headphone Upgraded Cable Connector pins and plugs
The metal materials of headphone upgrade cables is crucial! Quick guide to the difference in sound with different materials!
In the previous article, we believe that everyone has a basic understanding of headphone upgrade cables.
In the previous article, we have already explained what Hi-Fi upgrade cables are. In this post, we will talk about headphone upgrade cables in more detail, so that everyone can have a deeper understanding.
The material of the upgrade cable is crucial