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Griffin Aux Audio Cable 3022-AUXCBLC review

This coiled version doesn't sound as good as the standard straight 3011-AUXCBL interconnect Tested at £15.00

What Hi-Fi? Verdict

The coiled version doesn't sound as good as the straight 3011-AUXCBL interconnect


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    Coiled cable designed for in-car use


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    Sounds weaker than the straight-cable version

This coiled version of the standard Griffin (opens in new tab) cable is clearly intended for in-car use, where an excess of cable can be a real nightmare.

The problem is that it sounds weaker than the straight-cable version, with a woollier, fatter bass and slightly weaker resolution and dynamics.

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