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Hi Tuan,I sent you a PM a while back. Did it make it into your inbox?
Hi Tuan,Could you send me your receipe? How tight a twist do you make each cable? I suppose your receipe will give those details.? Yep, those bullets do make a surprising difference. You ought to hear those Soundbolts of John's with Silver bullets. The main thing I noted between the Silvers and the regular copper Ikemans is the compression is gone, more dynamics, better delineation of everything, as well as better top to bottom resolution. in my particular system, it made a surprising difference almost night and day. Now, this is no exaggeration. YMMV This is in my opinion.amp is a SKA150D, control Center is a TVC, speakers a pair of 400 dollars from a Company from John Saucoletos. Sorry I know the spelling is wrong. He is known for his speaker designs. Anywho, the DVD player is a Philips bought at of all places, I think Target. Right now, don't have anything set up, because, my wife and I are staying with relatives til we can get back on our feet. Might just try my hand at building a pair. Now, being a blind person, you will have to get a bit more descriptive than normal. You mentioned speaker cabling as well as power cord?Ray Bronk
Hey Ray whats up. If you think the Silver Bullets are good try the WBT Nextgens [ silver]. Another leauge. Expensive but IMO worth every penny. charles
charles, so, did you go with the Silver Bullets or WBTs? What was the outcome?
NEWS UPDATE...Stay Tuned to the February or possibly March issue of Affordable Audio for a review by Jeff Brown...Tuan
Sonny sent me his latest design. I don't think it's his magnet wire version. Very nice looking cable and it sounds terrific. Open and revealing, but very 'liquid' sounding. One thing I noticed is audience applause on live recordings tended to sound like white noise, with this cable it sounds like people clapping. I'm running it between my DAC and pre. It just seems to play nice w/ my SS pre. I dunno, maybe it's acting like a 'tone' control and lacking ultimate 'truthiness', but I like it. Good job Tuan!
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