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Cable for Genies to Denon AVR-3805

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Speakers' started by Santy, Oct 31, 2004.

  1. Santy

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    Anyone got any advice for the above please. I have bought every cable going for my custom install apart from the speaker cable.

    Budget reasonable, but sense & sensibility in posts appreciated.

    Thanks all. :smashin:
     
  2. Jack the lad

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    QED silver anniversary £5.50 p/m (rrp) and its stunning :thumbsup:
     
  3. Santy

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    Thx JD, have heard a few other people rave about this stuff... Only need about 35m so should prove too expensive...

    Anyone else used the QED Ann?
     
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    Yep - at first I was sceptical about how much of a boost in sound quality I would get over some generic £2 per metre stuff.

    I was absolutley wowed - its crystal clear, top quality speaker cable - absolutely recommended.

    By the way - pop over to ebay, theres usually a guy on there selling it for about £3.40 a metre, should take a bit of a sting off the price :)
     
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    Another vote for QED SA...only thing I don't like about it is that it's not very flexible.

    Cheers, Lee
     
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    I also think QED SA is pretty good stuff. Having said that, has anyone else found that if your system tends towards a 'bright' sound, Silver Anniv will work to emphasize this?.
     
  7. Jack the lad

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    Thing is this stuff is so clear/transparant if you feed it crap you will hear crap. If you are going for a Denon 3805 then you wont be disapointed :thumbsup:
     
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    How about running QED SA (have used in past, liked it a lot in an older Stereo set up I had) to the fronts and center, and using the QED micro to the rears? That should save you some pennies.
     
  9. Ed Selley

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    To keep costs down, there would be no harm in using SA on the fronts and Original on the rears- I used to do this and still have the original for my rears.
     

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