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Hello all,I have Electrocompaniet eci5mk2 amplifier and Dynaudio Contour 30 speakers. Although I like the bass, dynamics and silky sound of my system, I started to miss the details and better soundstage focus. I am thinking about replacing my amp. Well, before doing that I'm thinking about other (cheaper) solutions. Is it possible to get better details and soundstage with replacing speaker cables? My current speaker cables are Audioquest Go4.I would appreciate any proposal very much.I apologize for my poor English.Benjamin
Benjaman the most cost affective change would be speaker cable. Find one with low capacitance. ..........................charles
Any speaker cables with low capacitance will have high loop inductance. Which will if anything diminish treble response.
Paralleling wires while separating the "+/-" leads will dramatically lower inductance while capacitance is just a few picos. That must be a typo.Separating the leads will increase loop inductance and reduce capacitance. They are opposite sides of the same coin. If one goes up the other goes down.
Oh dear, oh dear.Not this again.That's the wrong formula.In a cable, current flowing in the opposite direction (in the two conductors) caancled much of the induction.
D4's won't add brightness.
This may not be fashionable to the "audiophile" but I have tone controls on my preamp to address this very issue. Not to mention fine adjustments per recording (bass or treble). So you may consider trying a preamp with tone controls.Ric
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