Pangea Audio Premier SE Ethernet Cable

$44.95 to $109.95
SKU: PGETSE
$44.95 to $109.95
The Ethernet Cable for No-Compromise Audiophile Applications
Your premium networking gear deserves an Ethernet cable of the same no-compromise quality. So if you are using a wired network connection for music or video streaming, or if your Ethernet connection is otherwise critical to your AV system, rely on the highest quality materials and workmanship of Pangea Audio's Premier SE Ethernet Cable. This premium cable is specially designed by audio legend Jay Victor for excellent all-around performance.

Premium Silver-Coated Cardas Grade One Copper Signal Conductor
Going way beyond what standard off-the-shelf Ethernet cables offer, for its 26 AWG signal conductor, Pangea Premier SE Ethernet Cable uses no-compromise Cardas Grade One Copper, which George Cardas of Cardas Audio developed for his own premium cables.

George’s copper is mined in Arizona, then shipped to a New England factory where it is very S-L-O-W-L-Y drawn into conductors in a process that includes reduction annealing between steps to further purify and meld the copper into what George calls "the most amazing audio conductor I have ever experienced. It is quite simply the best copper on the planet."

Jay Victor has the Cardas Grade One Copper wire shipped to a second factory, where the wire is plated with a pure silver coating. "I have found silver plating is crucial to digital cable performance," reports Jay, "and I use it in all my digital audio designs."

Going the Extra Step
Premier SE also goes the extra step by using low loss PE insulation. And in addition to the individual shielding of each signal pair, as required by Cat 7 specs, Premier SE is triple shielded for maximum resistance to EMI and RFI.

You didn't compromise on the rest of your gear, so don't compromise on your Ethernet cable. Choose Pangea Premier SE and enjoy the best performance your system can offer.

Technical Specifications

  • 26 AWG Silver Plated Cardas Grade One Copper Conductors
  • Low Loss PE Insulation
  • Individual Shielding on Each Signal Pair (required by Cat 7 Spec.)
  • Meets or Exceeds Currently Published Bandwidth Specs for Cat 7 & Cat 8
  • Triple Shielded for Maximum Resistance to EMI & RFI


Note: Cat 7 & Cat 8 standards have never been approved by ANSI and are thus not an officially approved standard. Connectors specifically for Cat 7 or Cat 8 have also never been approved. Cat 7 & Cat 8 require that all equipment and hardware in the system support a contiguous ground, or there will be no performance benefit to Cat 7/Cat 8 over previous standards such as Cat 6.

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