shunyata python vx green or red connector


it seem to have two version of this cable so what is the sonic and price difference of the red and green version.

Also can i find digital ac cable on the lasted version of shunyata (cx)
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Did you check their web site? This is from their Discontinued Products section on the red and green versions of the cable. AFAIK, they do not make a digital cable.



PRODUCT HISTORY
Used Market Desk Reference

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PYTHON
Retail Price: $995
Dates of manufacture: 2002 -- 2004

Description: Green shrink-wrap at ends over black mesh tube. Silver contact connectors.

Features:
-- Tech-flex shielded
-- FeSi 1000 compounds
-- Special 2 OFHC copper, 1 silver conductor set
-- Custom made silver contact connectors
-- Cryogenic treatments
-- 10 gauge silver plated copper

Comments: Excellent performer with older digital electronics. Very popular model in 2003. Had a very robust, warm and slightly euphonic sound. Good match for Theta, Krell and DCS Digital of that era.

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PYTHON MATRIX ALPHA V/X
Retail Price: $995
Dates of manufacture: 2004 -- 2005

Description: Red shrink-wrap/silver lettering at ends over black mesh tube. Silver contact connectors.

Features:
-- Tech-flex shielded
-- FeSi 1000 compounds (vX only)
-- Special matrix braided conductors
-- Custom made silver contact connectors
-- Cryogenic treatments
-- CDA 101 copper

Comments: More dynamic, time and phase accurate than the original Python model. Pre-cursor to current Helix generation power cords. Excellent used market value. Available with FeSi compounds for digital sources and without for all analog and amplification components.
Hey Thenis, I was going to point you to the discontinued products section on their site as well. As for Shunyata cables specifically for Digital, they stopped that practice with the CX line and only have one unified family now. Before, as you probably remember, they two lines (VX, recommended for digital, and Alpha, for analog), then before that it was mostly all together, with slightly different emphases in the lower lines (pacesetter versus braided, etc.)