Meet Nor­dost


Nor­dost’s hum­ble be­gin­ning dates back to 1991 in Mas­sachusetts, as a ca­ble man­u­fac­turer spe­cial­iz­ing in the au­dio field, uti­liz­ing pre­ci­sion con­duc­tor so­lu­tions first de­vel­oped for the aero­space in­dus­try. All Nor­dost prod­uct de­signs have a firm foun­da­tion that starts with sci­en­tific re­search and de­vel­op­ment, and fin­ishes with ex­tremely pre­cise build­ing tech­niques. The com­pany’s de­sign phi­los­o­phy is to pro- duce ca­bles that have a low mass de­sign, with an op­ti­mal sig­nal trans­fer and per­fect im­ped­ance match­ing. The com­pany un­der­stands that ca­bles, by na­ture are fil­ters. It is there­fore their goal to fil­ter the sound as lit­tle as pos­si­ble so that you are left with an im­pres­sion of the mu­sic, not of the cabling. Its first prod­uct, the Flat­line Gold speaker ca­ble in­tro­duced in 1992, is a per­fect ex­am­ple of this, de­riv­ing tech­nol­ogy orig­i­nally used by NASA for their space shut­tle pro­gram which re­sulted in a ca­ble that was ex­tremely durable with a ge­om­e­try that of­fered im­pres­sively low ca­pac­i­tance and in­duc­tance while achiev­ing very high sig­nal speeds. For more than two decades now, Nor­dost has con­tin­ued to push the en­ve­lope of ca­ble de­sign and tech­nol­ogy, in turn im­prov­ing the per­for­mance of au­dio sys­tems around the world. To­day, Nor­dost of­fers a full range of ana­log and dig­i­tal au­dio and video ca­bles, as well as nu­mer­ous power prod­ucts and res­o­nance con­trol de­vices de­signed to im­prove the sound of au­dio sys­tems. Nor­dost proudly de­signs and man­u­fac­tures all of its prod­ucts in Mas­sachusetts, USA.

Now let’s take a look at some of the com­mon ques­tions and con­cerns that au­dio and video en­thu­si­asts might have about ca­bles. The topics be­low are ex­plained thanks to in­sights and an­swers pro­vided

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