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coax, phono cable & sonic performance.

Discussion in 'AV Receivers & Amplifiers' started by zcaps57, Jan 25, 2002.

  1. zcaps57

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    what if I use good quality 75 ohm coax cable instead of RCA stereo cable for connection between my CD player and amplifier ?? (this is not for digital connection. It's for analoge stereo connection using 2 coax cables.)

    Would that be no problem as far as sonic performance goes ??
    Maybe better since coax cables are shielded ??
     
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    anyone ?
     
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    I´m using a Chord Chameleon 2 phono cable as a digital coaxial cable between my cd player and amp. It sounds just as good as my Chord Prodac coaxial cable.

    I havent tried using the Prodac as an analogue cable though as I´ve only got one.

    I use the Prodac for my dvd player.

    I suppose theres no harm in trying different cables for different uses.

    cheers
     
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    alrite. :)

    Thanks jase.
     

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