The Artist Digital LE – W/EVO Floating Ground Station System


  • RCA (“Torque-lock”) or XLR
  • All new, fine tolerance construction
  • All Teflon air-dielectric spacers and center air tube
  • Twin-axial design features RSC Gen 2 conductors using Aero-PE dielectric
  • Anti-corrosion coated SA-OF8N copper shield
  • Available in 75 ohm/RCA & 110 ohm/XLR
  • SA-OF8N: 99.999999% pure copper conductor, mono-crystal, oxygen-free, frequency-tuned, rectangular solid core
  • HFX Floating Ground Station system included
  • Extremely open & detailed with exacting focus
  • Clear & precise , tonally coherent frequency spectrum, superb spatial cues
  • New resonance control dielectric produces vanishingly low noise floor and high frequency extension, tight exact bass and mid-range

The Artist Digital Limited Edition audio cable uses our Air-tube™ technology from TARA Labs that has been at the forefront of audio cable design for over 20 years. This innovative technology has enabled TARA Labs to design audio cables that are capable of reproducing live music sound recordings with phenomenal accuracy.  The Artist Digital audio cable is a state-of-the-art analog interconnect cable using an all PTFE (Teflon) air-tube construction. The extended Bandwidth technology is employed using a product design that has a perfect air-dielectric environment and minimal dielectric construction to extend the high-frequency bandwidth to provide a linear and uncompromising approach to the sound of the interface. A complex system of braided shielding made of pure copper and silver is used to control the RF and EMI interference. The shield is part of a specially designed Floating Shield System, where the shield floats at both ends of the interconnect cable. The floating shield is connected at the source end, to the HFX Floating Ground Station. The Floating Ground Station uses Ceralex devices internally to absorb and dissipate RF and EMI interference in the shield. Within a digital cable, the digital bit-stream is a complex series pulses in a simple on or off (called binary) code. These impulses, in the correct sequence, can be used to reproduce simple or very complex sounds. For example, a single sine wave such as a 200 cycle (200 Hz) sine wave. Mathematically speaking, a square wave is an infinite series of sine waves at all of the odd harmonics of the fundamental. Only the correct series of sine waves can correctly create a 200 Hz square wave. Hundreds of higher-order harmonics are required to reproduce the correct harmonic structure of a musical note without distortion. TARA labs has created and designed the technology that has helped our current line of digital cable models tone down and virtually eliminate the problem that “jitter” causes to a digital cable. You see it is this widely known error which is called ‘jitter’, which causes issues within the digital cable. Jitter can be thought of as a timing error or a distortion of the digital bit-stream within the digital send and receive components and the digital interconnect cable. The most significant reason for the different sound in digital recording and playback systems is the phenomenon of ‘errors’. The most widely known error is called ‘jitter’ Our digital technology has enabled TARA labs to create an interconnect that has an outstanding high frequency bandwidth offering superb high frequency extension, as well as a vast improvement over all the frequencies involved with translating the music into what you hear in your audio system. In addition the construction uses a minimal amount of dielectric material and a pair of the Rectangular Solid Core™ conductors.

The Artist Digital audio cable= 8pF (cable capacitance measured in pico-farads / pF)