Audio Bacon on the Lazuli Ultra

The differences between the Reference and Ultra are modest, and all things considered, the Reference is definitely the best bang for the buck in this lineup. But when the Ultra sings, to my ears, it’s with the truth of the recorded sound, be it the good, the bad, or the ugly.

Review of the Sapphire Mk.2 Speaker Cable on Audio Bacon

“The goal of the Danacable is to ‘get out of the way’ and to cause no audible effects.”

Dana Robbins, the audiophile magician, showed us how to perform this disappearing act in our own listening rooms. After weeks of listening, we gravitated towards the Danacable Sapphire Mk.2 for most of our listening. We’ve grown accustomed to the sweet and cozy sound of the Kimber but the openness, clarity, and airy sound of the Danacable was too much to pass up. Combined with incredible resolution and timbre, it just made recordings sound more lifelike and enjoyable.

Review of the TruStream USB Cable on Audio Bacon

The reason why I stuck with the TruStream is due to its wonderfully balanced, accurate, and natural tone and timbre. […] It’s not the most transparent or detailed sounding cable, but it has this euphoric and organic quality I haven’t heard from any other USB cable. I also believe it sounds closest to what the engineers and artists intended for their music to sound like.

Review of the Lazuli Cable for the Focal Utopia on Audio Bacon

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.