chord carnival or qed silver biwire? or other

GrahameD

Active Member
looking fior reasonable price qed silver anniversary 2, or chord carnival biwire cable for av system.

Which is best? or is there a new market leader? at this price £7-£12 per meter.
 

Paul Williams

Active Member
GW43 said:
Just get Van Damme "Blue" from Maplins and buy some DVDs with what you save!
Got to say that when I installed a Home Cinema system it was quite obvious that high quality cables were not really viable - just didn't give any real improvement in sound quality, I did comparisons with cable up to £40/mtr - so I went to Maplins and got a 100m drum of 42 strand for £18 (this is now £12/20m) and was more than happy with the results. So would consider the cheapest Van Damme at £1.19 overkill and buy even more DVD's:D

Obviously if you are setting up a multi £k AV system there could be some benefit, but probably not much.

Oh no I feel another extensive -do they don't they- cable debate about to happen:boring: sorry one and all.

Paul
 

GW43

Well-known Member
Paul Williams said:
So would consider the cheapest Van Damme at £1.19 overkill and buy even more DVD's:D


I can feel the equivalent of the Four Yorkshiremen sketch coming on:


"I used 300 miles of wet string, cost me fourpence ha'penny...
...the silences were amazing, noise floor was wayyyyy down....
...in fact, couldn't hear anything at all..."
 

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