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.
Audiolab 8200CD, NAD C355BEE amp, Sonos Connect, Sony bdp-s380 bluray player, Revo Heritage, Monitor Audio BR5 floorstanders, Q Acoustics 2010, Chord Company Carnival Silver Screen, Audioquest 14/4 flp Speaker cable, Audioquest 0.5m interconnects, Ipod touch 8BG 4G, Sony Tablet S.
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.
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.
Sonos Connect, Cyrus DAC XP Signature with PSX-R
Cyrus Mono X 300 Signature, Wilmslow Phoenix with Bass Extenders.
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.
Which is the brightest?
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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