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Nordost Blue Heaven Headphone Cables

Nordost Blue Heaven Headphone Cables

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High-End Headphone Cables

For your high-end headphones, you’ll want cables of the highest caliber—and that’s exactly what Nordost strives to provide. Available in two lengths with a variety of connection options, the Blue Heaven cables terminate with a ⅛-inch stereo mini plug and come with a ¼-inch adapter. Each cable uses 34 AWG 7/42 conductors, which are twisted into a Litz construction to increase flexibility, eliminate triboelectric noise within the cable, and improve its mechanical damping. Then, the company’s proprietary Micro Mono-Filament technology is applied. This process involves individually wrapping each conductor with a strand of FEP before encasing it in extruded FEP insulation, drastically improving the cable’s dielectric.  

Note: At checkout, choose the 1.25-meter cable (base price) or the 2-meter cable (+ $40). Available headphone connectors include HD 6XX, 4-pin mini XLR, 2.5mm Mono Mini, and 3.5mm Mono Mini (base price); along with HD 800, 4-pin HIROSE Mr Speakers, 8 Contact Audeze EL-8, 3.5mm stereo mini Sony, and 3-pin LEMO AKG K812 (each + $40).

About Nordost

Nordost is the premier manufacturer of hi-fi audio cables and accessories in the consumer electronics industry. In 1991, the company first made a name for itself with its revolutionary, flat audio cables, which used conductor solutions developed from unique technologies originally engineered for the aerospace industry. Since then, Nordost has continually pushed industry boundaries, bringing what were once unattainable goals into fruition. Over the past two decades, Nordost has grown its product line from just one cutting-edge cable to an extensive, all-encompassing range of hi-fi solutions, including audio and video cables, power products, and resonance control devices. Nordost cables bring the pure, unadulterated reality of a live performance to hi-fi sound systems, regardless of the system's price point. 


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  • Insulation: Fluorinated Ethylene Propylene (FEP)
  • Construction: Mechanically tuned lay, Micro Mono-Filament, 7-strand twisted litz design
  • Conductors: 4 x 34 AWG
  • Material: 99.9999% OFC
  • Velocity of propagation: 80%
  • Termination: ⅛ in (3.5 mm) stereo mini connector


  • ¼ in (6.3 mm) stereo phono adapter


All orders will be shipped by Massdrop.

Estimated ship date is Apr 16, 2018 PT.

After the drop ends, payment will be collected and the group’s order will be submitted to the vendor up front, making all sales final. Check the discussion page for updates on your order.

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