As I said. Like so many audiophiles - far more money than sense.
Interesting... so much BS crammed into such a short article.
His speaker cables seem particularly capacitive to me, so I decided to do a quick and dirty experiment - as it's Friday PM and there's beer at 4pm.
I assumed a speaker cable length of 10ft (approx 1.5nF), and substituted a loudspeaker with a 6 ohm calibration resistor (not ideal, but probably gives a smoother roll off curve than a real LS would), and ran a calibration between 9kHz and 30kHz. OK, my source impedance is wrong as I only had limited choice of generators due to others being in use, but you get the general idea. High capacitance in the cable causes 4dB HF roll-off, which could make a harsh or toppy system sound 'nicer' - but less accurate
The right hand axis is loss in dBm, ignore the left hand axis in this instance.
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