Vertere Redline Cable


Redline cable is double shielded with seven independent conductors per channel facilitating different configurations to ensure optimum musical performance, clarity and life-like dynamics for both tonearm and stereo interconnect cables.

Vertere Redline Cable
Experience the essence of music with Vertere Redline Cable, derived from reference-standard Pulse-R and bringing life-like dynamics to every performance.

The Vertere Redline cable system is derived from Pulse-R Interconnect Cable and follows the same design principles preserving the essence of the analogue audio signal.

Redline cable is double shielded with seven independent conductors per channel facilitating different configurations to ensure optimum musical performance, clarity and life-like dynamics for both tonearm and stereo interconnect cables.

Redline analogue cable connectors are all bespoke and all contacts are specially gold plated to 3 times standard gold plating thickness.

Redline Analogue Interconnect Cable

Redline Analogue Interconnect Cable

Redline stereo Analogue Interconnect Cable is internally configured different to the tonearm cable to suit both line level and pre out signals.

Dynamic, complex and wideband audio signal is thus conducted from source to amplifier with clarity and superb low level detail.

Redline stereo interconnect will enhance your system to perform with uncompromising musical experience.

Redline Analogue Tonearm Cable

Redline Analogue Tonearm Cable

Redline Analogue Tonearm Cable, as with the Pulse-R, allows the miniature cartridge generator to drive the phono input comfortably.

The internal conductor configuration of the Redline tonearm cable is optimised for conducting the delicate phono signal with its substantial RIAA equalisation.

This provides the low frequencies, recorded at attenuated levels, and the much higher-level high frequencies, with an equal ‘drive’.

Thus elevating the performance achieved with the Redline tonearm cable as close as possible to the formidable Pulse-R.

Redline Speaker Cable

Redline Speaker Cable

High-performance Redline Speaker Cable is based on Pulse-XS with Vertere’s unique multiple conductors for enhanced signal transmission.

Both conductors on the Redline Speaker cable are identical and individually shielded which are then configured and terminated to provide optimum performance.

Redline Speaker Cable is terminated in Vertere Standard high performance 4mm Banana or Spade connectors.

Please contact us with your length requirements for an accurate price

Redline Mains Power Cable

Mains Power Cable


Designed to ensure cleanest power delivery, Redline Mains Power Cable, is a reference product ideal for powering any hi-fi system component.

Based on their Pulse-HB Mains Power Cable, the Redline utilises Vertere proprietary Multi conductor construction for both Live and Neutral conductors.

These are individually double shielded with an additional overall shield covering Live, Neutral and Earth conductors to further enhance performance.

From milliamps to 15 amps, this extraordinary mains power cable ensures optimum performance from almost any hi-fi equipment.

Redline Mains Power Cable is available with special gold plated Vertere connectors for UK, Europe, US and Australian mains supply with termination to standard IEC.

Redline Digital USB Cable

Redline Digital USB Cable

High-performance Redline Digital USB cable takes sound quality to the highest level, providing optimum connection for a whole range of digital devices.

The Pulse D-Fi USB Digital Cable, class leading USB interconnect, is available with type A and type B USB connectors to provide connection to almost all digital devices.

Internal conductor connections are specially done to ensure optimum performance – Marvel at the unexpected boost of digital audio

Bespoke lengths available for complete Vertere Redline Cable’s

Additional information


Redline 1.0Mtr RCA – RCA, Redline 1.0Mtr USB Type A – Type B, Redline 1.0Mtr XLR -XLR, Redline Mains Power 2.0Mtr UK Plug


Vertere Acoustics

Vertere Acoustics Reducing engineering to its fundamentals, to get you even closer to the original recording

When aiming to reproduce the complexities of music, it’s all too easy to introduce even greater complication in the engineering of audio equipment, putting in place one element to solve the problems of another until the whole design escalates into something fiendishly intricate – and expensive!

That’s not the Vertere way: coming at the whole problem with decades of audio and mechanical engineering experience, plus close collaboration with the recording and mastering industry, they step back, take a long hard look at the fundamentals, and look for simple, elegant solutions.

That may sound like a simple ‘less is more’ philosophy, but they prefer to look at it this way: the best audio equipment shouldn’t add anything to the original recording. Rather it should affect it as little as possible; bringing the listener ever closer to what the artist, producer and mastering engineer wanted you to hear.

Working with music industry professionals, they have access to master tapes and the acetates made in the production of records, and can compare the way the engineers heard them with the way they sound on their record players and via their cables. Vermeer Acoustics are constantly learning about how records are mixed, mastered, cut and pressed, and applying that knowledge to the way we design and build Vertere products.

The fundamentals of a record player are pretty much set in stone, in that a record needs to turn at a certain speed, and the stylus needs to follow the groove and allow the cartridge to convert its undulations into electrical signals with what is literally microscopic accuracy. However, just because those are the basics, that doesn’t mean there’s only one way to achieve them – which is why we take a long hard look, apply our ‘do no evil’ way of thinking, and endeavour to develop simpler, innovative solutions.

That’s why you’ll find their record players look different, both outwardly and in some of the engineering solutions you’ll probably never see. It’s all a matter of stripping down the engineering to those fundamentals by considering the absolute essence of how a record player works – from re-examining the way a cartridge gets its energy to ensuring it extracts maximum information from a groove that’s trying to throw it off track over a thousand times a centimetre.

So yes, the way they design and build their products is unique, but it’s not all about being eye-catching (even if we have to admit we think they look rather good): we hope you’ll find they sound just as unique, too, simply by bringing you even more of the music


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