NEW Cerious Technologies Upgrade - Graphene Matrix Cables

CT Graphene Matrix Cables:

I have been using the CT GE cables for almost two years.
I recently traded up for a full loom of CT Graphene Matrix cables, including speaker, interconnect and PCs, and I wanted to share my experience. I started by replacing only the ICs to try and hear the differences.

The new Matrix interconnects sounded better than the GE immediately after install. I found the original Graphene Extreme ICs to be good but not on the same level as the outstanding GE speaker cables. As break-in started to clear things up, I can hear more clarity and detail not heard before. The ICs are incredible on their own and at the 30 hour mark, I can hear a clear superiority over the GE ICs. I recently started using the Teo Game Changer ICs and preferred them over GE but the Teo has now fallen to the new Graphene Matrix ICs. My Teo’s were and are great, and it is stunning to experience Cerious Technologies commitment to making great technology better.

On the third day of listening to the GM ICs. I couldn’t wait anymore, Having too much fun. I then installed the speaker cables and power cords once I had a pretty good feel for the sound of the GM ICs.

With the full loom of GM cables running in they are going through some strange changes and definitely need time to settle down before realizing what they can really do and very important Bob says to not move them. Since I have a home office I can let them run in all day. I’m at around 120 hours now and they are still improving. Here’s what I’m hearing:

Extended highs and tighter lows.
More detail and better low level listening
Drums are tighter, more clearly defined. So real is the snap of the snare drum. The bass has more depth, seemingly goes deeper, lower. This aspect stands out the most.

I am not in the industry, I’m not an engineer, I don’t work for Cerious Technologies, but I am a fan of the cables and am enjoying what my system is capable of.

I’m closer to my own pinnacle of sound reproduction than ever before.


It might help to have some explanation from perfectpathtech, rather than just calling someone out - not a very classy move, even if something is not being conveyed the way they prefer.

You see, ozzy has a little bit of an axe to grind.

Hell hath no fury like an audiophile scorned.
I meant that perfectpathtech was calling out ozzy - not sure why??   If we disagree with something, it's probably better to explain why we disagree with it, rather than just calling it untrue and nonsense - that doesn't help at all.

I see geoffkait keeps making childish useless statements.

The fact of the matter is I have tried the paste and did not like it. The high frequencies were subdued and the music sounded dead. Perhaps I used too much of the paste.

perfectpathtech want’s you to believe that everyone loves his paste. If not...

The question is; Do you want your connections clean tight and secure using the best metallurgy available or do you want to have your connections with a pasty film between the contacts? If so, then are you listening to the paste?

I dunno some rave about the paste so there must be some positives with it.  It probably helps with systems that are bright the paste tones it down. I  just didn’t like it.

ozzy, is your memory failing? Eat more fish. 🐟 allow me to refresh your memory. You were a beta tester for the product and tested the *first batch* which apparent wasn’t up to speed and got at least two bad report cards. That is the function of beta testers, to judge how the product is doing so far and provide feedback which you did. Then when you saw all the very positive feedback of the final product you wanted back in and requested a new sample. That request was apparently declined. Thus, the bad attitude and sniping at the product.

Does that refresh your memory? 🙄 Funny, since this is at least the third time this has come up.

Hell hath no fury like an audiophile scorned. - Old audio proverb