How would this sound on a budget system?
I have just bought the Indigo plus having upgraded from the Signature Plus. I don't agree that a system has to cost £10,000 to hear the benefits of this cable or to make the cost of it worth while.
This was my findings:
The Indigo Plus brought significant improvements. It rounds everything out smoothing the upper high frequencies of the audio band without any hint of harshness suiting my ears nicely.
There’s more lowering of the noise floor allowing better interplay between musicians.
Demarcation between instruments were more clearly etched and defined. There was more time to listen to each individual instrument. Pace and timing of the artists ebbed and flowed with precision. Music felt close-up and personal now as I wasn’t merely sat in front of a pair of speakers listening, I felt part of the musical event.
There’s a real sense of the speakers disappearing
The Indigo Plus allows the listener to easily slip away into the emotion of the music.
My system is-
Audio Institute 300B PSE Amplifier, Marantz SA11S1 CD player. Proac Tablette Ref 8 Signature Speakers.
2 Chord Power Chords, Chord Signature speaker cable
Chord Jumper cables. Partington Dreadnought speaker stands.
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