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PostPosted: Sun Nov 07, 2010 9:12 am 
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As above, 30cm pair (short), suitable if your CD under your amp or pre to power, or headphone amp / phono amp close to other equipment. Rem these are stiff cables ! Very very highly reviewed, one of the best, but expensive in long / normal lengths. Cost £80 for 30cm pair. All soldering is sound done in the factory. But if you buy these you MUST bend them slowly and carefully .

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PostPosted: Sun Nov 07, 2010 2:19 pm 
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If you can identify them against Maplin ones in a double blind test then I'll consider them :lol:


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 08, 2010 5:47 am 
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how about a link ? not sure what you mean ?


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djoptix wrote:
If you can identify them against Maplin ones in a double blind test then I'll consider them :lol:

djoptix, please believe me when I say that 'proper' co-axial copper interconnects are a worthwhile upgrade from the cheapo cables that are usually thrown in the box with hi-fi separates...

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JohnH wrote:
djoptix wrote:
If you can identify them against Maplin ones in a double blind test then I'll consider them :lol:

djoptix, please believe me when I say that 'proper' co-axial copper interconnects are a worthwhile upgrade from the cheapo cables that are usually thrown in the box with hi-fi separates...

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No. They are not.

All you need is an interconnect that has adequate shielding from RF (radio frequency) interference.


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Now , now all i want is to sell my ' non fake ' interconnects which i paid good money for :D ...........yes it's a big debatable matter interconnects and there differences, and lack of in most cases.........perhaps we could talk about it in a non-selling thread ?


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greenstiles wrote:
Now , now all i want is to sell my ' non fake ' interconnects which i paid good money for :D ...........yes it's a big debatable matter interconnects and there differences, and lack of in most cases.........perhaps we could talk about it in a non-selling thread ?


yes but think of the free publicity!


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Indeed any attention is welcome :D


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You're right, it should be discussed in a non-sale thread. Happy to if one appears :)


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legrandefromage wrote:
JohnH wrote:
djoptix, please believe me when I say that 'proper' co-axial copper interconnects are a worthwhile upgrade from the cheapo cables that are usually thrown in the box with hi-fi separates...

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No. They are not.

All you need is an interconnect that has adequate shielding from RF (radio frequency) interference.

Well, that's exactly why I recommended co-axial interconnects... :?


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