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AUDIOQUEST FIRE .75 METER XLR CABLES PAIR

$2,999.95
  • AUDIOQUEST FIRE .75 METER XLR CABLES PAIR
  • AUDIOQUEST FIRE .75 METER XLR CABLES PAIR
  • AUDIOQUEST FIRE .75 METER XLR CABLES PAIR

AUDIOQUEST

AUDIOQUEST FIRE .75 METER XLR CABLES PAIR

$2,999.95
Technically speaking, fire is not an object, but an event: the rapid oxidation of a material in the chemical process of combustion by which heat and light are released into the surrounding environment. What we typically think of as “fire”—the often mysteriously beautiful and strangely hypnotic fireplace flicker of white, yellow, or red-orange glow—is actually just the visible part of the fire’s flame, containing the superheated byproducts of the fire’s incomplete exothermic reaction giving off visible light as excess energy is released. Interestingly, the cherry-red flame of a smoldering campfire measures somewhere around 700˚ Celsius; the deep orange flame of a candle, lit at a bedside or suffusing a living room with gentle aroma, typically burns at around 1000˚ Celsius; and the dazzling white flame created by a meteor as it enters Earth’s atmosphere can often exceed 1500˚ Celsius!