Please welcome out sixth generation of our ever popular Silversonic cable. The MKV was quite popular with its cost-performance and silver appearance, but a few of our beloved customers were complaining about its rigidity. To them, I would always tell them to get other models that are much softer but much more expensive. So, I thought to myself why can't our entry model, Silversonic, be soft? Well, it can be, and now it becomes one of the softest cables that we have ever made! We achieved this with our patent-pending sleeve material that we are using on our top of the line cables. As for its material, this generation continues the classic silver-plating OFC for its well-praised acoustic performance. For customers shopping for a solidly built IEM upgrade cable with a budget, I would wholeheartedly recommend our MKVI. Of course, it comes with our pre-shaped ear bent, tangle-free braiding design and bullet-proof build quality just like any other Beat Audio cable.
It is available in both 4-wire and 8-wire versions. I got to say that the 8-wire version feels amazingly soft even though it's an 8-wire cable.
Some may be curious as to why the Silversonic MKVI is no longer silver. That's because many cables on the market are now silver, and even we have some models that are in silver. The inspiration for this blueish violet color comes from CGI in sci-fi movies for super-fast movement. As we all know, blue-violet has the shortest wavelength in the visible spectrum, so it does make sense to use this to represent sonic speed.