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Please...anyone who does'nt believe cables can make any difference Please don't reply!
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So you're not looking for an open discussion on the subject then? In that case...
THEY'RE CHUFFING GREAT!!!
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hi iceman,i have furutec fuses in my system,i started with the cd player and found that they did make quite a good improvement to the sound,then did the power amp and so on,it was a impovement all round,but the cd player was the biggest in my system.i'm right up there with i/c power chords do make huge impact on the system.you can check out my system on the what hifi form ,hope that helps david
pioneer lx 508d / arcam bdp100 / klyne 7 preamp / monachy power amp / kochel horn loaded speakers / xlo limited edition cables and power chords / russ andrews power block / chord hdmi cable
No, fuses don't affect sound quality. Nor do mains leads, come to that. Of course you are free to imagine they do.
have you read my first post! your welcome anyway!
Oh yes they do make a difference! No more debate from me though. Try some Russ andrews fuses, quite good
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So are Russ andrews fuses :) About an inch! ;)
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Oh yes ! Thats why i wont !!
Seriously, fuses are a critical safety component. Don't mess with them.
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