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Cheapish yet decent biwire cable...

Discussion in 'Cables & Switches' started by ab1385, Oct 12, 2004.

  1. ab1385

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    Anyone know of any really good deals on cheap(ish) bi-wire cable? I want something that will sound good, as in a noticable difference over richer sounds 99p/m stuff, but not really any more than £3/m.

    Does such a thing exist?

    Oh yeah, and just to make it that little bit harder, flat is a bonus, but I still want a warm sound... :)
     
  2. Pikman

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    QED Micro bi-wire is probably your best bet. It retails at £3.50 per metre and was awaded 5 stars in What Hi-Fi.

    It isn't a flat design but has a very small diamater so can easily be laid under the carpet along skirting boards. I use it in very long runs for the surround speakers on my Dolby digital TV and it's probably the best cable for it's price.

    Oh, and you can get it brand new on eBay for £1.75 per metre.
     
  3. ab1385

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    Cheers, will check eBay. :)
     

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