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Loudspeakers: Effects of amplifiers and cables - Part 3

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re: Loudspeakers: Effects of amplifiers and cables - Part 3
Guru of Grounding   5/6/2010 4:21:27 PM
I shudder in anticipation about what we'll hear about speaker cables from these guys! Special cables for woofers and tweeters? Remember, these are ACOUSTICS guys - not engineers! Can you really (in a double-blind test) tell a $12,000 Krell is driving your NS-10 rather than a "lesser" amplifier? So far, they sound like glorified "floobydust" audiophiles to me. (I've spent 40 years in the pro audio industry designing electronics.)

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