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Spiro, you must be joking? Aren't you?Go for Gold.They are best .
I'm afraid Gold seems to be a better option. According to this pretty good discussion.you must be joking? Aren't you?
Btw, imitation jewellery is made by gold plating of tungsten.
Nice one..thanks for digging that out and Sharing !I'm afraid Gold seems to be a better option. According to this pretty good discussion.
In the above discussion, OP compares $ 10 pair to 3000$ a pair interconnect cables in an DIY oriented fashion ; trying to replicate the same magic in a DIY interconnect. Very amazing post, busts most of the myths associated with cables in a fairly reliable manner.
No disrespect to anyone's views/beliefs/efforts - We invest considerable time and money to get the best sounding cables for the best SQ and that's fine. Such cables are between the binding posts of the amp and the speakers.
So, in this context, shouldn't the wires from the amp's circuit boards to the back of the binding posts and the wire inside the speaker to the driver be of the same EDITED
Hi, Thanks for your reply. We all interpret and perceive things differently, so OP could also be perceived as a silly / funny question. It was never my intention to derail anything. Some materials I mentioned probably don't even exist. No harm in a little humour. As they say, the Audio Industry is by far the most opinionated industry in the world perhaps next to the Automobile Industry. Thanks, Good day.All materials you mentioned may not sound good sound wise
Just because it's expensive it does not mean it will sound good
It has to be used at the right place and in right proportions
By the way , yes the internal cabling of an amp specially in the signal path does make a difference.
Same for the speaker
So does the cables used externally like interconnects
It's not possible for everyone to change internal cabling of amp and speakers.
This cable debate has been going for ages.
You believe in it , good for you.
If you don't still good for you
Better we don't derail someone's thread
Please find out from the shop what they mean by 2 mm. Does it mean the cross sectional area (in which case it should be written as 2 sqmm) or is it the diameter of the wire? As far as I know, wires are described by their cross sectional areas and not the radius or diameter.So when we buy 2 mm wire it actually is 4 sq.mm?