How do you ensure that no interference affects your power cable and that all necessary signals maintain their purity? At PranaWire, the solution is to insulate the conductors in the Arhat cord under 14 layers, including two layers of copper foil and an additional layer of braided copper. The cabling also utilizes a dual-air dielectric construction, in which pockets of air surround the conductor to aid in its task. The conductors themselves are 10-gauge pure silver, custom treated to PranaWire’s specifications and terminated with connectors manufactured by Oyaide. The initial 1.5 meters cost $8,500; any additional half meters of length add $2,145 to the price. PranaWire is currently developing a new premium cable named Sukhavati, which will cost $22,500 for 1.5 meters.