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Old 16th June 2014, 10:42 AM   #1
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Old 16th June 2014, 12:28 PM   #2
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Sorry but just read the blurb on this stuff. Someone is making an awful lot of profit from this.
The write up is almost misleading and in the UK would go against fair advertising as claims that cannot be substantiated are made. "I have pre-twisted the cable for you, which does a few things. 1- It gives a much wider bandwidth, lower inductance, and lower impedance . 2- It resists magnetic fields that are abundant in and around stereo equipment. 3- It makes cable management much easier." of course we all know that putting copper wire in the freezer improves the quality ... what a load of tosh!
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Old 16th June 2014, 11:19 PM   #3
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Don't mean to hijack this gentleman's classified but.......

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Sorry but just read the blurb on this stuff. Someone is making an awful lot of profit from this.
Sorry, isn't that the case with 99% of the "hi-end" cable "indtustry"?


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The write up is almost misleading and in the UK would go against fair advertising as claims that cannot be substantiated are made. "I have pre-twisted the cable for you, which does a few things. 1- It gives a much wider bandwidth, lower inductance, and lower impedance . 2- It resists magnetic fields that are abundant in and around stereo equipment. 3- It makes cable management much easier."
I agree, totally hilarious, however it seems that the above have been removed.
BTW, when it was the last time that you saw a description or an advertisement of a so called hi-end product and didn't shake your head from disgrace?

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of course we all know that putting copper wire in the freezer improves the quality ... what a load of tosh!
Again, Sorry, a freezer which you keep your pork chops is the same thing with cryogenic treatment?
It is proven that cryogenic treatment improves the thermal conductivity of copper, and that's measurable. It also improves sound quality on solid core hard drawn OFC, both low level and speakers, has less effect though on multi strand OFC.

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