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VDH D102 Mk III -- too extravagant?

Hello everyone. I am able to get a Van Den Hul D102 Mk III interconnect cable for a VERY good price. My system comprises: CA Azur 640C; Rotel RA-04; Quad 11L2 standmounts; Van Den Hul speaker cable. Is this too extravagant an addition for such a modest set-up? I know that this cable is an absolutely excellent performer, though... Andrew, Thaiman, Clare and anyone who can comment: your advice will be gladly received. Thank you. zimble01

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Re: VDH D102 Mk III -- too extravagant?

VDH D102MK3 sound smooth and roll off, should be fine with your system. 2nd hand around £50 per 1.2 metre or £35ish for 0.8 metre. If you don't like the sound you can always sell them back on Ebay as they are very poppular.

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Re: VDH D102 Mk III -- too extravagant?

i just got this IC ex-dem and have been very pleased with the results! i paid £35 to give you an idea what 2nd hand prices are...

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Re: VDH D102 Mk III -- too extravagant?

If you buy it, you'll have it for years through several upgrades probably...so it'll work out costing you less than 1p per week. Get it!

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Re: VDH D102 Mk III -- too extravagant?

My question is actually: Is there a better cable at this price (35 GBP)? Probably not... I hope.

Many thanks for all the replies.

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Re: VDH D102 Mk III -- too extravagant?

 I'd say no there isn't. Good buy at that money.

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Re: VDH D102 Mk III -- too extravagant?

I have to say I've just changed my cables round and put the VdH on my CD player and the IXOS on my DVD, and the CD is definitely a bit tighter in the bass department.

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