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Siltech is made exclusively in Holland by a tightly-knit team of skilled technicians. They are lead by Edwin Rynveld, who not only founded Siltech more than 25 years ago, but who has continually supplied his cable know-how to the fields of medical science (micro cables as part of inner body probes) and aviation (Boeing). Siltech has determined that no supplementary platform, no matter how sophisticated, can equal the competence of the core Siltech team. That is why every Siltechproduct is 'made in Holland' and nowhere else. 

Cable research is a costly though exciting endeavour, as the exploration of the Earth must have been in the 15th century. And there is always the risk of misinterpreting your findings or being led in the wrong direction. Columbus called the Native Americans ‘Indians’ for he thought he had landed in India. This proves the importance of checking and double-checking, using the most advanced measuring equipment and the latest insight. If Columbus had a sextant or, even better, a GPS, he would never have made that mistake. We at Siltech believe that making a high class cable is based on a lot of science, craftsmanship, some exploration, a little improvisation and, of course, a bit of luck as the icing on the cake. And where the latter factors are not easily controlled, all the other factors are: speed, jitter, distortion, magnetic field interference noise, microphony, dynamics, micro signal handling and so on. As most of these parameters can be measured objectively, provided you invest in the latest test equipment, we believe that we are able to make reasonable, clear-sighted judgments on cables. As a result there is a very strong family resemblance through the entire line of Siltech cables. The more costly Siltech cables are indeed better in all mentioned key parameters as a result of more expensive materials and manufacturing, but a Siltech is aSiltech.


Cable technology has come to the 21st century and yes, we at Siltech do not use a sextant, but we do use GPS (in our cars that is)! You can be sure that when we explore cable technology we use even more advanced equipment. This gives us the opportunity to approach cable technology as science rather than alchemy.


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