The refinement of perfection
Galileo Discovery Phono is the most complex phono cable in Galileo decade-long history. Handmade in our California factory from pure six-nines silver with 4 x 99.9999% Silver Air Strings RCA and an impressive 6 x 99.9999% Silver Air Strings XLR plus graphene- a near superconductor at room temperature. We then add SRX level UEF filters comprised of precious metals selected in blind testing for their harmonic completeness with graphene and SRX UEF Tech for the lowest noise floor and highest resolution possible without fatigue or loss of musicality. Additional SRX UEF Tech is applied in a grid pattern to the shield for improved noise rejection. We then treat Galileo Discovery Phono with the same conditioning process developed for our Purple Fuses and SRX cable loom for resolution and musicality you must hear to appreciate. Galileo Discovery Phono comes standard with SRX Gold and Silver Tuning Circuits so you can voice them to match your system while gaining a great deal of the SRX sound.
To voice Galileo Discovery power cables to your system, we recommend you allow the cable loom to settle for at least 72 hours without tuning circuits before voicing each power cord separately. Then, start as high up the signal chain as possible, listening to your two tuning options and selecting the variant that makes music before voicing the next Galileo Discovery cable down the line. And when voicing with Galileo Discovery interconnects and speaker cables, start with a Silver UEF circuit on your speaker cables without comparing Gold to Silver options. Next, compare Gold to Silver on the interconnect pair as high up the signal chain as possible and select the option that sounds best to you. Now, voice each interconnect option Gold vs. Siver down the line until you arrive at your speaker cables. You will then compare the existing Silver circuit to the Gold UEF Tuning Circuit to arrive at a bespoke match perfect for your system. Lastly, voice your power cords Gold vs. Silver one at a time until all power cords have been voiced. As a rule, you will find one color, Gold or Silver, to sound best in most applications but with a few exceptions where the opposite color is your best fit. In this way, you achieve a custom balance perfect for your system. And should your system change in the future, you can reassess your voicing options to create the ideal match for new speakers and components without reconsidering your cable loom.