Zavfino prima mk2 speaker cables


anyone using this cable,? Looking to upgrade from Kimber 8TC



@carybryston - I have owned Kimber 8tc and went on to develop my own speaker cables, which were superior to the 8tc and even the 12 tc in every respect.

I tend to read a lot about other cables to see what design approach they have taken. 

  • Zavfino make use of OCC copper and low dielectric constant insulation and a more complex cable geometry
  • this is the same approach I have taken with my own cables,
  • so even though I have not used Zavfino, I have a very good idea of their performance capabilities
  • I've also heard from other that use zavfino and they conrfirm their performance characteristics as being very similar to my own cables
    • full spectrum with very detailed bass
    • low noise floor with superb details and  clarity
    • very neutral sounding
    • fast and fluid dynamic performance

My own cables are designed for the DIY community i.e. I do not build them for sale to others, but I do recommend Zavfino cables to those who feel the DIY approach is not for them.

From that perspective I believe any of the Zavfino lineup will prove to b a good upgrade

You could also look at Audio Envy cables, again they follow robust design principles and will outperform the Kimber products.

Both brands are very well suited to high current solid state designs

If you want to understand a little more about cable design take a look at this link

Regards - Steve

I have had both 8tc and 12tc cables but now have Goertz Mi-3’s (Cable Co.). Stunning cables, well priced and the best I have heard. They are 3” copper ribbon style.  I cover mine with a black stretch sleeve for better appearance. Also, recommend Audio Envy for any cable needs.  I use them for all other components. Cap makes fantastic cables at amazing value prices. 






sleeve for better appearance 

Thanks for reply, been trying to get in touch with Zavfino  Canada but no luck, are they still in business?


If you are in the U.S. contact this person


1378 Route 206 South
Suite 6-300
Skillman, NJ ,08558

I have the Prima MK2 and after a couple months break in, they sound fantastic.

Holographic with tight bass and fine detail without being fatiguing.  I'm driving them with a Hegel H190 through a Innuos Zen MKII and a Gustard R26 DAC.

Good luck in your search,


They keep improving over time but I wouldn't judge them before 400 hours.  I used NPS Q45T contact enhancer with them after a couple of weeks which made a noticeable improvement as well.


Thanks!  I just got my set and they are improving more and more but still a ways to 400hrs.  Glad to hear they just need more time.  May look into the Q45T as well.