Clearway

Clearway

While some companies compete to create the world’s most expensive hi-fi, others are producing good quality, musical digital players and DACs at prices that make them genuine bargains. Same thing applies to amplifiers and speakers. It’s easy to put together an affordable system that really works. We know how good these systems can sound and the Clearway cable range has been built to offer cables with level of performance to match.

ClearwayX speaker cable

Prices from £14.95 (UK RRP)

What Hi-Fi? Award winner 2015, 2016, 2017. Now with upgraded XLPE insulation, ClearwayX speaker cable carries the vital elements that make for a musically involving performance - dynamics, timbre, and musical detail with an accuracy that turns a good system into something special.

Clearway Analogue RCA

Prices from £90.00 (UK RRP)

Hand built in the UK and featuring our unique ARAY conductor geometry. Multi What Hi-Fi? Award winner - Best Analogue interconnect (£50+). An outstanding value for money, high-performance analogue interconnect that will carry a signal with accuracy and coherence.

Clearway Analogue subwoofer cable

Prices from £90.00 (UK RRP)

Dedicated subwoofer cable. Available in 3m, 5m and custom lengths/terminations to order. Designed to complement the Clearway range and enhance any multi-channel system. ARAY/Tuned ARAY design makes the Clearway a great choice for subwoofers.

Clearway Digital RCA / BNC

Prices from £90.00 (UK RRP)

Clearway Digital uses a Tuned ARAY conductor configuration, originally developed for the Sarum cable range. Like our other Tuned ARAY cables, improvements to performance can be startling. Available fitted with RCA and/or BNC connectors.

Clearway Analogue DIN

Prices from £125.00 (UK RRP)

Just like the RCA version, Clearway DIN to DIN and DIN to RCA cables use the same ARAY conductor configuration to carry a musical signal with the same degree of musical coherence and detail.

Clearway Analogue XLR

Prices from £150.00 (UK RRP)

The design of the Clearway Analogue cable means we can adapt the conductor configuration for XLR terminations. We can use identical conductors for three connections, producing a neutral and musically transparent XLR cable.