My encounter with Jeremy was quite coincidental.

We’ve met on the instagram, talked for a bit and I was both impressed by his character and talent.

He is perhaps the youngest craftsman I’ve encountered through these years.

Without further ado, let me leave you alone with the interview.

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QE: Can you tell us a little about yourself?

Hello! I am Jeremy , 17 years old this year. I am located in Singapore and I love to listen and play music instrument like piano and violin. I started going into this audio hobby when I was 11 years old when my mother rewarded me Shure SE215 for doing well in my final year examination and that’s where I got ‘poisoned’ into this never ending hobby haha.

QE: You’re a very young craftsman, tell us how it all started!

It started when I realised there was a gap in the market that’s provide high performance, beautiful cables but at affordable pricing. I’m also very adventurous so it’s also my own hobby to make cable to tweak my audio setup . I aimed to contribute back to the community with my knowledge to help them find the best wires suited for them. Nothing beat the feeling of looking at the client’s smile when they tired my cables.

QE: How long have you been working on audio cables?

I started making it from March 2017. As for now (November 2017), it has been 8 months since I started working on cables. I’m still constantly learning and improving along the way 🙂

QE: Most important aspect of building a cable according to you?

I believed the quality of the material of cables are the utmost important to determine the sound it will enhanced. Workmanship is also very important too! You would want a product that you can enjoy for a long time.

QE: Can you give us some info about upcoming cable lineup?

The upcoming lineup would be more into more exotics hybrid and alloy wires, creating the best sound possible and affordable too. I will have a basic pure copper cables as an entry level but it will also be an awesome sounding ones nevertheless.

QE: What do you think about gold alloy wires?

As long as it sounds good, it’s good and I will like it 🙂 I’m not a purist and I will always try new wires with an open mind.

QE: Is it possible to order from anywhere in the world?

As I couldn’t open a PayPal account yet (under the age of 18), I would be more comfortable dealing with customer in my local market, Singapore, but I have no problem sending it overseas. Payment will be made through my mother’s PayPal account.

QE: How long is the turnaround time?

For me, I would strive to give fast turnaround time of 2-3 days locally but ultimately it will depend on the delivery courier for them to deliver to your place. I would say 1-2 weeks.


This is Jeremy’s Copper Litz.

Pure Copper 24 Awg – Litz Architecture – Skin Friendly Smooth Insulation

It comes with a nice, velvety little pouch.

I’d like to talk about build quality. Jeremy asked me how I like my cables, shrinked/clean or do I want anything particular. I said I want it clean and what I have in my hands right now can only be labeled as clean. No glue residue, nothing. It is flawlessly clean. I’ve been using it daily for the past month and it is quite durable as well. Earhooks are perfectly comfortable with my glasses because they’re really slim. Outer shielding feels really smooth and if you wear your cables inside your shirt you will not feel irritated even after hours of use.

Let’s talk about the sound.

I’ve done my tests with Earsonics ES-5, ES-3 and Custom Art Fibae 2.

Results were consistent.

Inıfinity Audio’s Copper Litz increases the general resolution, thickens the low region timbre by a small margin, enhances coherency, smoothens upper mid region just a little and actually improves treble extension compared to the stock cable. The real magic happens to mid region though. Thicker notes, more detail and definitely feels more organic than before. Bolder presentation of vocals is a great addition to the signature if you’re a woman vocal aficionado like myself. When we move on to the high region, we’re welcomed by a airy, detailed but very controlled treble. Extension is brilliant, Micro-details such as the fading of a cymbal strike in a very fast-paced metal passage are well traceable.

One thing that really surprised me is while doing all these, it did not put a strain on the headroom. (Stage width stayed the same while stage depth intensified).

I definitely recommend checking out Jeremy’s latest treats. I don’t think you’ll be able to find this level of craftsmanship, build and quality within the affordable price range.


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Tech Enthusiast, Audiophile, Perfectionist.

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