ELPISPANDORA Cables: Anyone ever listen?

dcc

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I had the chance to listen to the Red Miracle RCA in my secondary system when François was at my place a month ago for fine tuning my main system and adding a SUT in my secondary system. I was quite impressed.
 

whistleraudio

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Look at the pictures on their/his website. There is absolutely no way that one could make two identical cables in a stereo set! As an engineer I am really not sure what to think here.:rolleyes: There is also a British brand with a somewhat similar chaotic build-up... or lack of it. (wireonwire.com)
 

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spiritofmusic

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Well, music coming out of R and L channels is never identical, maybe they thought, what the heck?!
 
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dcc

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I had the opportunity of having two pairs of Elpisandora cables in my system last weekend: a pair of RCA Red Miracle II and a pair of XLR Phoenix.

I did a one to one comparison of the Red Miracle II against a pair of RCA Argento Flow which I had been using between my phono stage and my preamp over the last 10 years. The Red Miracle II cables were much better and I purchased them.

I should get the chance to test some other Elpispondora cables in the coming weeks.
 

Crashem

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Appreciate the comments and look forward to any further thoughts on them.
 

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