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Chord Crimsonplus vee (0.5m) vs. Atlas Equator (0.5m) interconnects

Title says it all.
Has anyone done a rigouress test of these two highly rated analogue interconnects.
I want to know which suits particular needs in sound with reference to music genre's too.

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RE: Chord Crimsonplus vee (0.5m) vs. Atlas

I'm also looking at these two. The Atlas Equator Superior has become cheaper because there is now a new model. But is it better then the Crimsonplus? Here in Holland somebody found the Atlas lifeless. But that was in his set. Not much information to find.

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Crimsonplus vee (0.5m) vs. Atlas Equator (0.5m) interconnects

To be honest nobody knows the answer to your question - its an individual subjective decision. You will need to hear them for yourself , with your kit, in your listening room, with your choice of music.

IMHO you will be hard pushed hear any difference between them and your existing interconnects.

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RE: Chord Crimsonplus vee (0.5m) vs. Atlas Equator (0.5m)

one thing for sure is to purchase as short a cable as possible. Less chance of signal distortion. I have been checking a few cables out since posting, and depending on your existing setup, quality/type of music and state of mind - it matters. You just develop through experience, dont always go buy reviews of magazines or even others who say so.

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RE: Chord Crimsonplus vee (0.5m)

Which is the brightest?

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Totally agree with Crossie. You do not want to borrow someone else's ears to decide what is best for you. Interconnects behave in a totally different way in each setup.

 

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