Triple Crown IC

This is the finest, no-compromise, cost-no-object analogue stereo interconnect that Siltech has been able to design and build in its near-forty year history.

Triple Crown IC sees the conjunction of our absolute best pure monocrystal silver conductors – in as thick a profile as we can manufacture them – together with our special multi cell dielectric and shielding package – plus the finest connectors that money can buy.

Whether you choose the unbalanced phono RCA version, or the balanced XLR, the result is a clarity, transparency and musicality that we believe to be unmatched anywhere, at any price. Naturally, your local Siltech dealer would be happy to let you decide for yourself.


Metallurgy: Pure monocrystal silver
Construction: Siltech special multicell
Insulators: Kapton, Teflon & Wide-range shielding
Cores: RCA = 2 | XLR = 3

*other connectors are available. Please contact your local distributor for details.


Triple Crown is where Siltech’s very best metallurgy sees its ultimate expression. The largest diameter conductors ever used of our pure monocrystal silver, give exceptional conductivity and purity of sound. This is mated to the very best dielectric and shielding system – using Kapton, Teflon and Wide-range shielding in a special multicell weave, with an outer layer of ultra low density insulation. This confers superlative radio frequency, electromagnetic and mechanical vibration rejection, letting those superb conductors deliver their upmost.

Yet the Triple Crown series wouldn’t be complete without its special connectors. These are of unsurpassed quality, and a unique Siltech design with several patents pending. Naturally they use solid monocrystal silver contacts, which provide perfect material continuity through the cable and connector. Allied to this is a unique two-part asymmetrical design that self-centres and clamps the cable into our RCA or XLR plugs. This ensures an electrically optimal and mechanically robust connection. In turn, these plugs are of exceptionally low mass, so as not to store undue mechanical energy that can harm the sound.

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