Hello, would you say you get more sound if you connect them to the speaker without banana plugs?
ive had this cable for a year now and the only thing id say is buy it. it opens a new level of sound in any setup well done chord!.
Added 2x 2 metre runs of this speaker cable to my NAD C315BEE/C515BEE system, and also added Chord Crimson Plus interconnects. Instruments sound more crisp with cymbals have a nice sharp sound, and vocals are smooth and clear. Highly recommended.
Honestly I really can't see a cable do a thing in music quality. We are talking about analog and low frequency (22khz maximum). If it was high frequency digital (like MHz zone or higher) then the cables and terminations matching are important for data transmission.
For audio, as long the cable has enough section area for the Amps that's fine.
Exactly what do you mean when a cable is described as "authorative"?? It really does amaze me how much nonsense is spoken about cables in Hifi circles. Yes a decent £6/m cable made of decent stranded copper with shielding will sound better that bell-wire, but "authorative" and "cohesive"???? oh for heavens sake............
I've just got the Silver Screens and they've given much greater punch to bass, brought out lots of extra detail, and improved the sound stage. And all that on a budget system (Marantz 6002 amp and cd player, plus B&W 602.3). Great, authoritative purchase. Also added Chord Crimsons, I'm delighted with the results. Thoroughly recommended.
Previously used cheap cables, this made a HUGE difference, in both clarity and dynamics, great product.
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