So Little Never Bought So Much
"Four Stars" Rating from What Hi-Fi? Magazine
Entry-level Tonik interconnect costs only a little. But the enviable performance is true Kimber all the way, thanks to tri-braid field geometry and Varistrand™ ultra-pure copper conductors for accurate audio reproduction on the cheap!
England's audiophile journal What Hi-Fi? awarded Tonik its coveted rating of Four Stars in the April 2003 issue. The magazine praises this bargain cable for its "cohesive and informative presentation."
A New High in Entry Level Performance
Several years ago, Kimber Kable caught the ear of audiophiles and audio critics around the world with its low-price, high-value PBJ interconnect. After years of subsequent research, the company strikes again with a new interconnect design that comes in at a price below that of the famous PBJ.
Tonik interconnect derives its name from the first tone of a musical scale, known as the tonic note or tone. Like the tonic note of a scale, Tonik provides the foundation for a great home entertainment system. Tonik uses Kimber Kable's trademarked tri-braid field geometry. The ultra-pure copper conductors take advantage of Kimber's proven Varistrand™ internal wire grouping for accurate signal transfer. A special recipe PE dielectric completes the design, along with Ultratike™ RCA type connector with silver plated contacts.