1. Atlas Equator

    Atlas Equator

    The best-value stereo interconnect you can buy, and a 2007 Award winner

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  2. DNM Reson TBB100

    DNM Reson TBB100

    Not the prettiest interconnect, but bass is solid, treble incredibly well integrated and the sound exemplary

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  3. Black Rhodium Prelude

    Black Rhodium Prelude

    A good cable in many ways, with deep and chunky bass, but a tad expensive

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  4. Chord Company Crimson

    Chord Company Crimson

    Looks sophisticated, and sounds it too, with a magnificent balance and dynamic range

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  5. Ixos XHA516-100 (1m)

    Ixos XHA516-100 (1m)

    Helps deliver a refined sound, but the dynamic range is less impressive than that of some rivals and bass is a little soft

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  7. QED Audio 1

    QED Audio 1

    Good value, and sound is speedy and detailed, but the highest and lowest frequencies don't marry as well as they should

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  8. Clearer Audio Copper-line

    Clearer Audio Copper-line

    135.00 Produces a fast, well separated sound, with plenty of detail and dynamics. Fast, well separated and cohesive sound Nothing of note This cable produces a fast, yet well separated and cohesive sound with plenty of detailing and dynamic tests. £

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  9. Monster M350i

    Monster M350i

    Thin, confused and aggresive - a very average performer

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  10. Profigold Oxypure PGV3300

    Profigold Oxypure PGV3300

    Handles contrasts and motion brilliantly

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  11. Ecosse Nu Diva

    Ecosse Nu Diva

    Not cheap, but they will take your listening experience to a new level

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