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    Silence of the spam Site Moderator Geoffcin's Avatar
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    Why premium cables cost so much....

    Audio;
    Ming Da MC34-AB 75wpc
    PS Audio Classic 250. 500wpc into 4 ohms.
    PS Audio 4.5 preamp,
    Marantz 6170 TT Shure M97e cart.
    Arcam Alpha 9 CD.- 24 bit dCS Ring DAC.
    Magnepan 3.6r speakers Oak/black,

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    They cables fly first class lmao

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    Charm Thai™
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    haha that's hilarious

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    Don't these cables get painted with magic pixy dust? That stuff ain't cheap.
    WARNING! - The Surgeon General has determined that, time spent listening to music is not deducted from one's lifespan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GMichael
    Don't these cables get painted with magic pixy dust? That stuff ain't cheap.
    Do you have any idea how hard it is to get dust from a Pixy??? Most life insurance companies won't cover you... I'd much rather grab cables from the Monster... At least the monster will just eat you, if it catches you...

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    Love the first class flight...priceless.

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    I use the Woods Patio Cords from Walmart as speaker cables. These cables are offered in three distinctive colors which mirror their individual characteristics. My experience confirms the whites offer a purity of reproduction, while the greens express a more organic presentation. The browns tend to yield a plethora of rich earthy tones.

    The suggested break-in period for these high res cables consist of one season pushing 110 volts through a B&D weed whacker.

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