Yes, Peter, fortunately many people have understood what I was meaning - just clarifying our discussions about our preferences. In good justice you were the one who created the trademark when you nicked your system thread with a generic audio term - I just added the (TM) to make clear I was addressing your specific preference or system choices when exchanging posts with you.
Get a life Dave, you’re so consumed with me you can’t even come up with an original insult. This is my last exchange with you anywhere and here’s why; جوابه ابلهان خاموشیست ( a Persian proverb).These are just FACTS, David. Instead of nipping at my heels and barking for attention why don't you address these facts? It's because you have nothing and everyone knows it.
Back on Ron system, I would suggest him using an alternate layout with shorter cables for some time and borrowing Nordost Tyr for a start. Luke and Bea use Nordost cables for development of the VTLs in their own system . . .
Probably I will try these cables after I move in a new room, also because the Tyr cost is about one third of the Valhalla.
long ago when discussing cables Gary Koh told us that he considered Tyr as the more neutral cable of this brand.
Thank you, Francisco. It’s totally arbitrary, I admit, but in the expensive interconnect cable category I am interested only in Cardas Clear Beyond and MasterBuilt Ultra.
Which interconnect cables do you have presently?
Did you use single-ended or balanced interconnects from your phono stage to the input of the VTL TL-7.5 Series III?
The implication of this, I suppose, is that Nordost is traditionally kind of bright-sounding — which is why Nordost products have never been my cup of tea.
They changed a lot in version 2. I had the same opinion as you and avoided them for my systems, but good friends own Valhalla 2 and it is not bright sounding. Although I had this feeling in the past, some of the better and more real sound I have listened included the old Valhalla!
You nailed itIt's a major factor in how a cable sounds because velocity is determined by the insulation, which also has an effect on mechanical damping of the wire.
Per Ralph Morrison "When a wave reaches the end of a transmission line terminated in a reaistor equal to its characteristic impedance, there is no reflection. "
It makes me wonder if people spend too much time chasing name brands instead of understanding the circuit and applying the correct cabling. (...)
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