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I ask this because power flows on the outside of the wire, not insideI have not see it at naked eye so, seems it depend on the metal resistance, the only who could confirm this was Nicola Telsa. More strands more pelicular effect, less copper, less cost, more profit.Why do people put solid core wire in speaker wire? Sound is better, usually internal wiring is solid.
That still doesn't really answer my question of why?Its just very weird to me how it works
According my crystal ball the astral influences of musical hyperspace prefer solid core.
Yes i understand that, but i wanna know how it sounds better...Like i said, the flow of electricity flows on the outside of the wire, not through it. so more strands would mean more flow, because it has more strands to flow around, thus a better connection? But so many people (including me, i got some solid core wire and it sounds great) says it sounds better, but how? It just doesn't add up. Ive been thinking about this so much and it just makes my head hurt because im thinking about this so much. Its just aaaaaaaaaa
Suggestion: stop thinking about it, go take a nice long walk. You'll soon realize how ridiculous it is to get stressed out about strands of speaker wire.
i just want an answer.
that was sarcastic, i just want an answer.
The interest in physical science is very praiseworthy and necessary for the advancement of knowledge, but the Official Science research has not yet reached audiophilia as it seems the Marketing Dept is blocked all access roads, so in this meantime I suggest you just listen music with solid wire happy as the audio magazines are yet unaware this secret and solid wire are yet cheap.
There is no answer. In fact, you're asking the wrong question. And who told you electrons travel on the outside of a wire? The electrons beneath of the surface of the wire aren't affected by a signal? What about the protons? No one ever talks about the poor little protons. And don't even get me started on the neglected neutrons.
My brother. Who is a journeyman electrician, and if that's not good enough a quick google search would tell you that that's how electricity flows.
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