Lazuli Reference FC for Focal Utopia Headphones

$1,199.00$1,399.00

State-of-the-art, reference-quality cables for Focal Utopia headphones. Available in brown sheathing, with choices of 1/4 inch, 4-pin XLR, or double 3-pin XLR connectors. Prices listed are for 3-meter lengths; for custom lengths, contact us at gingko@gingkoaudio.com. Also contact us about Furutech connectors as a custom option.

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The Lazuli Reference is our best headphone cable for the discerning audiophile.

With twice the copper of the regular Lazuli cable, the Lazuli Reference opens an unimpeded flow of pure music to your ear. It is terminated with a 1/4 inch plug, a 4-pin XLR connector, or a double 3-pin XLR connector. Furutech connectors are available as a custom option.

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Product Reviews

Make no mistake about it, the Danacable Lazuli and Lazuli Reference represent some of the best of the best when it comes to cables, offering top-notch musicality and performance that is up to snuff with even more expensive cables like the excellent Kimber Kable Axios.

Perhaps even better is that they offer consistent and predictable positive sonic changes, so they can be prescriptively added to a system to give a greater sense of fullness and ease to the midrange, more robust bass, and smoother treble. For those looking to enhance any or all of those areas in their system, the Danacable Lazuli or Lazuli Reference will make a fantastic addition.

The cable harmonizes so well with the Utopia that pointing out any faults would be blatant nitpicking and actually makes me felt a bit guilty. I rarely make these definitive statements but if you were to purchase this blind, I’m quite sure you won’t be returning it. That’s how good I believe this product is and the reason why I believe the Danacable Lazuli Reference is the best headphone cable you could buy for your Focal Utopia.

And unlike my previous experiences with cable upgrades, the Lazuli Reference Cables offered immediate sonic returns that I would definitely classify as profound and incredibly satisfying.