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Atlas Scotland understands the meaning of uncompromising performance. Is the ubiquitous Atlas Equator Integra asymmetrical the best interconnect on the market? It sure is at its price!

The Atlas Equator Mk11 has been awarded the What Hi Fi best stereo interconnect of 2007 and 2008. In Mk1 form it was awarded the same accolade in 2002 and 2003.

Following from our research and development programme, the Equator is fitted with our entirely new Integra plug. We were stunned when we first heard the improvement in sound quality we'd achieved with the new Atlas non magnetic plug.

The plug benefits from a solder free, cold weld interface between the 99.9999% pure copper co-axial stranded conductors and the plug for both the going and return signals. Being free of solder, another barrier to the free-flow of the signal has been removed.

The Integra plug employs two conjugate brackets:

Conjugate bracket RCA plug

These brackets grip the cable without compressing it. Compressing a coaxial causes the cable to alter its impedance from 75 Ohms thereby causing deletions. In a digital interface the impedance can drop to some 40 Ohms which causes reflections and jitter. The Integra plug lets more information through.

The Integra plug with conjugate brackets entirely rejects radio frequency interference all the way from the plug to conductor interface so there's less deletions or interference. It contains four asymmetrical sleeves that are sprung and which spread on insertion thereby cleaning the plug to socket interface every time the plug is inserted. It's easy to keep a clean signal path with the Atlas Integra plug, just remove it and re-insert it! The Integra plug uses a non magnetic Polycarbonate cover which may avoid a saturation in the return leg at an RCA plug's metal sheath if it's in the signal path. The Integra sheath facilitates a direct barrier free return signal path with less interference.

The Equator coaxial cable employs two woven screens for 100% coverage and the efficient rejection of radio frequency interference.

Finally the Equator Integra is provided with a unique serial number and a five year guarantee. Buyers may be confident they've purchased a genuine Atlas cable, researched, developed and produced in Scotland and made from the finest materials available.

A consistent winner, the improved Equator Integra is obviously the entry level audio interconnect for discerning music lovers. Like all Atlas interconnects, it provides a huge sound-stage together with a smooth delivery. It avoids the over bright and irritating sound so often a feature of similarly priced interconnects. Rather in common with all Atlas interconnects, irrespective of price, it offers the listener a sophisticated and relaxing sound with no artificial highs or lows.

You'll get more from an Atlas Equator Integra. We hope, like we were, when you hear the improvement in quality you too will be stunned. Visit an Atlas stockist today, try the Equator Integra and enjoy the sophisticated and revealing broad band sound. Other cables can skew sound quality into a high frequency bias in order to initially impress the listener. That sound can cause fatigue, an Atlas sound will never irritate or cause fatigue. It will give the listener many hours of relaxed pleasure, isn't that what HiFi is for?

Put your trust in the Atlas Equator Integra.


Construction : Co-axial
Conductor Material : OFC
Screen : Yes
Dielectric : PEF (Foamed PE)
Outer Diameter : 8.5mm
Connector : Integra RCA Plug
Available Lengths
Stereo Pair : 0.5m, 0.75m, 1.0m, 1.5m, 2.0m, 3.0m

Also Available in Custom Lengths.

Technical Data
Capacitance (pF/m) : 53.27
Resistance (Ohms/m) : 0.027
Inductance (µH/m) : 0.40
Velocity of propagation : Not Available


Reviews and Awards


Working with the cable, our kit's performance gained additional dynamics and detailing within a spacious, well-timed and tonally neutral sound. In short, there's nothing to dislike here, if you want a fine second-upgrade interconnect, look no further than this Atlas.

Feb 2012


And in the great scheme of interconnect(ed) things, the Equator III is very fine indeed – you’ll not find much at the price that comes close in terms of musicality.

Oct 2012

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