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I think you all just like to argue...
What was in my kilobuck 180 pound each speaker cabinet...some crappy "small" gauge solid hookup wire with slip on connectors that werent even silver or gold!!!!
Sorry, I was reminded of the Monty Python skit where the fellow wishes to purchase an argument.
No you weren't. Monty Python's Argument Clinic.To be far more on-topic, swapping speaker wires has the least amount of effect of any other cable set in my system. Have fun,Jerry
Hello Steve & Jerry: Just got home from an audiophool meeting (just a bunch of guys who meet on wednesday evenings here in Midwest Canada). Thanks for the humor.I read with some amusement about the slew rate of speaker wire. I believe they got their information from the technical manual written by Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings.I believe the correcrt term is bod rate.
... in Midwest Canada
Hey man, I'm right here. I can read you. If you're going to be insulting, be man enough to do it to my face. Considering nobody in the whole entire world can correlate measurements to what we hear in every case, you would do well to keep an open mind. Anyway, I find a lot of what you write pretty stupid too. Like bod rate... You mean baud rate right? The number of pulses per second, used as a measurement in digital systems? Yeah, I guess that's a much better theory than mine on why you might want larger gauge power and speaker cables. By the way, if you DO have a theory on why larger gauge speaker or power cables might be preferred over smaller gauge, even if the smaller gauge is capable of handling the current requirements of the amplifier, I'd LOVE to hear it.
Hello Dave: p.p.s. the word theory means " unproven or unproveable"
I think in the science realm "theory" is as high as it gets. The idea of gravity is still a theory, not to mention relativity, evolution etc. There is no 'fact' in science, only theories.
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