Bid on some atlas hyper 3.0 on flea-bay,lost out in the last 2secs
Anyway,having digested the latest round of speaker cable threads my question is this....can i wire 2 speakers with different cable to see if there is a difference?I'm kind of hoping there is,wife isn't
Currently have qed original....looking to compare against van damme(4mm) tellurium q blue and atlas hyper 2.0
Length i need is 2x5m.
Ive been reading about mains conditioning and people have been posting up extension leads that provide conditioning. i have the monster power 850 and it does say clean technology but is it the same thing as conditioning and how good is it??
Hi, I am upgrading my DAC. So, I plan to get myself a more neutral USB A to B cable for the new DAC. After reading some reviews, Cardas Clear Serial Bus USB Cable and Vertere Pulse D-Fi came to my attention. So, was wondering anyone compare these 2 cables before. Which is more neutral sounding? Or is there other cable that is recommended (not over £100)?
Does anyone know if Chord's Carnival Silver Plus cable is directional?
I recently bought a 2nd pair of matching cables to bi-amp from my receiver, and had never given it any thought before. But I notice that the pair I bought 2nd hand have what appears to be factory fitted shrink tubing around each set at one end, with the chord branding and arrows, which i currently have pointing in the direction away from the speaker and towards the amp.
Good evening WhathifiJust bought a pair of 2050i. Great speakers, although quite polite just as whathifi's review said. That is good since that is why i bought them. I am quite sensitive to a harsh treble, so the 2050i were a safe quite and i am quite happy with them.But still, they are quite polite, almost boring to listen to. Although i believe they propably are going to open up after some break in. Still i could use a more exciting sound, so since the cables i am currently using are some cheap 1£ cobber cables, i need some new ones.
I hae some silver plated cables which have less sheathing but a lot of metal so it's not being restricted on that.
When I look at other award winning cables, they tend to be very little metal but a huge sheath around it. One dealer told me that metal is the most expensive part so companies use less metal and more silicone and plastic to make their cables look big and fat and meaty but really they are not great at all. He told me to get ones with as much metal as possible (this was for my car and I'm using 4 gauge in my car)