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I recently just put in all WyWires in my system for cabling, and they are very organic and neutral with great detail...
highfilter - when my next pair come thats my plan is to play with them on my home theater rig, A) I'm gonna hang one on the RCA input of my sub for starters B) depending on how that goes I'll try them out on my receiver somewhere. The other day when I got my new/old speakers I had to take them off of the old ones and then forgot to put them on the new/old ones and was too lazy to pull the speakers out and do it when I remembered a few hours later so I just hung them on the negative speaker terminals on the back of my little Virtue TWO.2 amp and instantly noticed an improvement in sound, largest improvement yet for me. On subs are you guys just hanging them on to where the RCA connects to the sub, my sub is powered and has two RCA inputs but my amp only uses the one-so do I hang one there and then put the other into the open RCA????
Ed, I'm using an RCA Enhancer on the right channel of my Line Level Inputs of my ACI Force XL sub, my RCA subwoofer cable uses the left channel. An RCA Enhancer is also working awesome on the composite video input of my Sony XBR CRT. If my hooked Enhancers were making my soundstage sound both forward and rolling off the highs, I'd have them on the chopping block ASAP. Fortunately for me anyways, just the opposite has happened for me while using the Enhancers on both ends of my speaker cables. The highs have actually been greatly improved as has the whole frequency range, like a veil has been lifted and the sound stage simply expanded because of this. Everything collapses when I remove them so,,, I don't do that anymore. Cheers,Robin
I've ended up with only a straight pair on the negative binding posts of my amp, and an RCA on my sub. This made the sound more liquid, increased the sense of ease, seemed to lower the noise floor (my preamp prior to GEs had a bit of hash), and increased the 3D aspects of the sound. Very, very nice!Putting more GEs in the path rolled off the highs, made the sound very forward, and sometimes gave a "phasey" quality to the sound (esp. when the RCA was installed on my pre - no bueno). Putting a set of GEs only on the speaker's negative posts also rolled off highs and made the sound more forward.May end up using the last set on my HT system, if I ever turn off the music!Wilson
Anyone who buys these should also include their weight. Just would like to know the size of sucker fish these are catching..... Just kidding folks keep on going.
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